January 2007 Vraja Sundari founds the Samadhi Dance Company in Amsterdam and presents her first short work for the company titled Blue Boy(2007). Ever since all of her productions for the Samadhi Dance Company such as Navarasa Gauri(2008), Daya(2008), Vizve (2009), Bho (2010), Saranágati(2011), Mohini(2012), Tusta (2013 /14),2FOLD H/Y (2014), Hanuman ( 2014 – 2015 ), 2FOLD A/G(2015), Atma (2015-2017) and Pavan(2016/2017) have been successfully received by press and audience and the fan base currently reaches up to 42.000+ fans spread over the world.
In 2012 Sundari’s production Saranágati receives the prestigious Dutch Dance Audience Award (Danspublieksprijs) for ‘Best Dance Performance of 2011′. Early 2014 the company receives two official nominations in the categories ‘Best Dancer of 2013’ and ‘Best Dance Performance of 2013’ for the dance performance Tusta. February 2016 Vraja Sundari Keilman, the performance Hanuman and a photo of Hanuman by Alexander van der Linden receive an official nomination in the categories ‘Best Dancer of 2015′, ‘Best Choreography of 2015′ and ‘Dance Photo of the Year’.
During the fall season of 2015 the company presents its first Benelux theatertour of Hanuman made possible by Theaterbureau Slot. Shortly after the company premieres its second edition of 2FOLD titled Atma/Gopika. In the series 2FOLD Sundari presents adouble bill with one or more renowned guest artists of diverse disciplines. In 2016 the first part Atma, a performance inspired by Ananda Monet’s album Inevitable Time, and Sundari’s new performance Pavan, a tribute to the legend Srila Prabhupada, are presented internationally.
Besides her work for the company, Vraja Sundari is also a beloved guest teacher and coach in contemporary/modern ballet since 2005 at various dance academies in The Netherlands, such as Codarts, Albeda Dans College and the Lucia Marthas Institute for Performing Arts.With her sisters Rasarani and Sarada Sarita Keilman, Sundari currently runs the award-winning Balletschool Marut Jorquera in Baarn, following in the footsteps of their mother Marutvati Keilman-Jorquera (1951-2010).