•Award of Achievement, Art & Culture, UK, 2009
•First Major Award from the then British Prime Minister, John Major, UK, 1991.
•Adharshila Critics’ Award for significant contribution to Kathak, 1996
•Empanelled by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR)
•Kiran Achievement Award: Woman of Excellence, 2009
•Various grant awards from the London Borough of Hounslow, Arts Council of England,
Scottish Arts Council etc.
• A grade artiste of Kathak from Doordarshan, Govt. of India.
•Sringar Mani Award (Mumbai)
•DPS Society has bestowed the Award for Excellence “Role Model Teachers Award 2014” on me.
•Show & Workshops in London, Slough, Leeds (UK) 27th May to 15th June 2015.
Asavari Pawar’s versatility as a dancer ranges from Classical to Folk, Bollywood to Western. She speaks Hindi, Bengali, French and English and loves to present shows in the local language of the country she's performing in. She has performed in almost all countries across the continents.
Asavari Pawar has anchored Chitrahar and interviewed celebrities for the Afternoon Live Show on TV. She has also written several dance-drama scripts on social and cultural issues. Asavari Pawar is former cultural correspondent for South Delhi's GK-II News Magazine and Dance Critic for The Statesman, Delhi.
While in the UK, Asavari Pawar taught Kathak at the Leicestershire School of Music (18 schools and colleges) and Brent Music Service, London. In New Delhi, has been teaching at Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram/Vasant Vihar, since 1994. Presently, she has founded 'Kalaashish', a society for promoting art and dance in India and abroad. Kalaashish is also dedicated to students and young dancers who learn from her at the Community Centre, Anand Lok, and perform regularly with Asavari on TV and the stage.
Asavari Pawar’s immortal achievement is her portrayal of the classical rasas and mudras in a coffee table book Nectar of Indian Culture (Text & Photographs by KUMUD MOHAN and Foreword by the Dalai Lama); India’s Dances by Mr. Reginald Massey, My Journey in Dance (Guru Pratap Pawar) by Shri Ashish Khokar.
Apart from all of the above she regularly performs for IRCEN (Indian International & Rural Cultural Society) spreading awareness of our culture amounts the youth in college and schools.
She had been invited for the Delhi University admission 2014 ECA trails and judge for dance & drama.
Asavari is dance and dance is Asavari.?