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swarshri

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Hi Everyone,

After a gap of about five years, my blog on Hindu spirituality and Indian classical music is back with a new name. If you are a beginner in Indian Classical Music, some entries on the music section of the blog may be helpful.

Please check out the music notes at
https://www.aspirationsforgod.com/indian-classical-music/

If something on the blog is unclear, feel free to ask questions on the blog's “Questions” page.

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Vanakkam!

Themed Madras Memoirs, Saarang 2020 is an ode to all things Madras; what better homage to the city, than through Madras' deep-rooted classical music tradition?

Headlining Saarang's the Classical Night this year is the renowned veena player and Kalaimamani awardee, Rajhesh Vaidya. His fiery finger-work on the veena is beautifully complemented by the earthy ghatam and gentle strokes on the mridangam.

And guess what? The entry is free!! All of this seems too good to be true? Come and witness the magic on the veena yourself. Rest assured, you will fall in love with classical music in surprisingly new ways!

Venue: Open Air Theatre, IIT Madras
Date: January 8, 2020
Time: 6 PM
Entry: Free for all

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Thank you for sharing! I've read through "Following our Dreams" and am now feeling uplifted and inspired 😉 I'm grateful to you for putting these beautiful words into the world for us
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swarshri

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Hi Chrisitar...Thank you for your kind words. I am glad you liked the article.

Also, the URL for my music page has changed. The new page is at
https://www.mukulshrigoel.com/blog/indian-classical-music/

Best Regards.

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Saarang Encore: Lockdown Memoirs presents you, Shravan Sridhar, the violinist, and a major heartthrob in the Chennai Music Scene. He's charming, he plays the violin and he can steal your heart in a go by just the magic of his strings.

Well, did you know 'Shravan' means 'Listen' in Sanskrit? He carries music to his name, and we call upon you to come, listen to him play the violin. With Shravan playing, you'll see a beautiful blend of various global genres of music.

Having been a part of prominent bands like The Anand Bhaskar Collective, Pineapple Express, and The Raghu Dixit Project, and having shared the stage with maestros such as A.R.Rahman and Illayaraja, his shows have a touch of exclusivity and energy. He also has his own band called "The Non-Violinist Project". Shravan has also performed with Sid Sriram, Hari Charan, Jonita Gandhi, Sasha Tripathi, Mahesh Raghvan and many other legends in the Carnatic and Fusion Music scene.

Now, buckle up and get ready, for he is here your to steal your hearts. Catch him live @saarang_iitmadras at 9 PM on the 15th of May SHRAVAN POSTER 2-1.png 


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Saarang Encore: Lockdown Memoirs presents you, Baiju Dharmajan, ‘The God of Small Strings,’ one of India’s finest guitarists. He is a three-time recipient of Jack Daniels ‘Best Indian Lead Guitarist award’ and Rock street journal awards. He has also been conferred awards from Rolling Stone, Asia’s voice, and the Government of Kerala for his contribution to music.

He is currently playing for the acclaimed Baiju Dharmajan Syndicate after an illustrious period as the lead guitarist of Motherjane. He has also collaborated with the likes of Agam and the legendary singer Yesudas. He has also composed ‘The Crossover,’ his solo album.

He has carved a niche for himself with his distinctive style, which incorporates elements of Carnatic music.

This is all that could be humanly written about his style since words can’t do justice to his music. With that said, come and experience the maestro’s magic and interact with him live @saarang_iitmadras at 9 pm on the 16th of May, right from the comforts of your home.

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