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Musical relation between France and Pandit Ravi Shankar

Pandit Ravi Shankar

It was March in the year 1931 and the place was Paris, the French capital. When the dance directed by the Indian choreographer Uday Shankar began, everybody was stunned. They saw a young boy merely 11 years of age, playing three musical instruments, the sitar, the sarod and the flute. …

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Indian Classical Music: Divinity of Simplicity


“Hello guys, recently I was with my family members to a family friend’s wedding ceremony. It was a typical Maharashtriyan wedlock event, where the entrance was decorated with big banana leaves, elegant ladies with their 9 meter saris (nauwar saris) were chatting and immaculately dressed gentlemen in silk Nehru shirts …

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Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Music Festival: Pune

Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Festival

“Are you coming?…If yes, get ready in ten minutes…Take your sweater with you, it’s like everything is freezing outside…We may come late night…!” Shivering cold of December end is never a hurdle for them…Hectic day is never an obstacle for them…as they all are true music lovers…and more specifically when …

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