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New Dehli: India pays homage to Mahatma Gandhi on Martyrs’ Day

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 31, 2010

NEW DELHI: Floral tributes, a multi-faith prayer meet, devotional songs by schoolchildren and classical musical renderings were held as the nation remembered Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace and non-violence, in myriad ways on his 62nd death anniversary on Saturday.

Mahatma Gandhi's ashes immersed in sea 62nd death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi (Copyright © 2010 Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved.)

Mahatma Gandhi's ashes immersed in sea 62nd death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi (Copyright © 2010 Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved.)

President Pratibha Patil, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other top leaders Saturday morning visited Rajghat to pay homage on Martyrs’ Day to the man who led the country to its independence with his unique non-violent form of protests.

At his beautifully landscaped Rajghat memorial (Delhi), floral offerings were made and a multi-faith prayer was organised.

Raj Ghat and associated memorials, Delhi @ Wikipedia (ENG)
Raj Ghat @ Wikipedia (ENG)

Prayers were offered by religious leaders of Buddhist, Bahai, Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Jain, Jewish, Parsi and Sikh faiths at the Rajghat.

Gandhi, who is revered world over as an apostle of peace, was a great believer in inter-faith harmony and fought all his life for it.

Rajneesh Kumar, a member of the Rajghat Samadhi Committee, said: “Every year we have an all-religion prayer to pay tribute to ‘bapu’ (as Gandhi was affectionately known) on the Martyrs’ Day, and this year was no exception.”

Vasundhara Komkali (Source: indianetzone.com - http://bit.ly/aPk6V1 )

Vasundhara Komkali (Source: indianetzone - http://bit.ly/aPk6V1 )

A musical tribute, complete with bhajans or devotional songs that Gandhi loved, especially “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram“, was organised at the Gandhi Samriti and Darshan Samiti, the place where he was shot dead by Nathuram Godse on this day in 1948 in the presence of hundreds of people waiting for him to start the evening prayers.

Children and youth, who had come from all over the country, sang all-religion prayers to an audience comprising Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Vice President Hamid Ansari, Defence Minister A.K. Antony and a host of other leaders.

Manmohan Singh’s wife Gursharan Kaur was also present at the memorial, which was decorated with flowers and its walls covered with white sheets.

Well-known Indian classical vocalist Vasundhara Komkali and her daughter Kalaapini sang melodious bhajans that had the audience totally mesmerised. One-minute’s silence was also observed in Gandhi’s memory.

Ela Gandhi, the granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi (C) is helped by others during a ceremony to sprinkle the ashes of Bapu into the waters of Durban Harbour, South Africa. (Source: DPA/AP - The Hindu - http://bit.ly/aqhy6E )

Ela Gandhi, the granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi (C) is helped by others during a ceremony to sprinkle the ashes of Bapu into the waters of Durban Harbour, South Africa. (Source: DPA/AP - The Hindu - http://bit.ly/aqhy6E )

(Source: 30 Jan 2010, 1953 hrs IST, IANS – India Times – News | Politics)

Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram (Instrumental) by Bismillah Khan (Shehnai)

Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram (Instrumental) by U. Shrinivas & U. Rajesh (Mandolin Jugalbandi (Duet))

Nirguni Bhajan (Pt Kumar Gandharva) sung by Kalapini Komkali

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26th January: The 61st Republic Day Celebrations in New Dehli (India)…

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 26, 2010

The 61st Republic Day Celebrations on 26h January 2010:

  • Flag Hoisting Ceremony  by Hon’ble President of India
  • followed by Republic Day Parade from Rajpath

Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil: India’s President‘s address to the Nation on 25/01/2010

The 61st Republic Day  Celebrations

Flag Hoisting Ceremony  by
Hon’ble President of India
Followed by
Republic Day Parade from Rajpath

>>President’s address to the Nation 25/01/2010

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23rd-27th January: MIDEM – MidemNET 2010 (Cannes)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 22, 2010

2010 MIDEMNET & MIDEM Conference Programme as of January 22nd

  • MIDEM is the exhibition where music professionals from across the industry meet face to face to do business, analyse trends and build partnerships.
  • MIDEM brings together music leaders looking for concrete solutions and insights.
  • New! MidemNet’s digital business conference programme is now included free with the MIDEM registration.

MIDEM offers:

  • Business: make deals with your partners and identify new business opportunities
  • Networking: network with potential business partners and dedicated events. Engage with key music industry players throughout the year using the MIDEMWorld online community
  • Visibility: boost your company’s international profile with international media coverage, targeted advertising opportunities and customised events
  • Knowledge: learn from the industry’s most talked-about senior executives and experts at a series of conferences and high-level meetings.

MidemNet 2010 Conference Highlights

From Content to Context – Monetising the New Music Experience

    Consumers today are experiencing and accessing music in more ways than ever. The music industry is looking for concrete ways to monetise the use of all its assets, from the artists to their music, artwork and live shows. At MidemNet 2010, exclusive keynotes and panels, leading international artists and industry experts will address related key issues, including:

    • What practices from current deals between labels and digital services should we keep?
    • What can we learn from other content industries?
    • How can we monetise the live experience?
    • How do we make the most out of mobile applications and social media?
    • Does the copyright model need to be updated?

    MidemNet Lab – Business Innovations Showcase

      The MidemNet Lab shines a spotlight on 15 start-ups that are bringing exciting new digital solutions to the music industry. They are selected through a call for entry managed by Music Ally and picked by the MidemNet Lab judges, 6 highly successful digital and music industry entrepreneurs: Matthew Daniel, VP, R2G/Wa3.cn (China); Daniel Ek, CEO, Spotify (Sweden/UK); Loic Le Meur, Founder & CEO, Seesmic (France/USA); Alexander Ljung, CEO & Founder, SoundCloud (Germany/UK); Ian Rogers, CEO, Topspin (USA); Anthony Volodkin, Founder & CEO, Hype Machine (USA). MIDEM participants will discover these innovative solutions through presentations, video demonstrations and face-to-face meetings

      MidemNet Academy – Digital Education Training

        As the business of digital becomes much more of a mainstream business concern and encourages more creative thinking, MIDEM has launched MidemNet Academy, the new space to gain concrete, practical skills through courses on digital marketing & business. Attendees will leave the Academy with paper reports/key points/summary related to the courses.

        Key MIDEM conference themes

        • Images and Brands
        • The International Manager Summit
        • The International Publishing Summit
        • The International Indie Summit

        Listening Sessions

        This is your chance to get your music played in front of influential music supervisors and be considered for placement on the next hot game, TV show or advertisement:

        • to become the anthem of Pantene, the world s #1 haircare brand
        • for a placement in future episodes of MTV shows
        • to get your music into movie trailers
        • for a placement in a network TV show
        • to get your song mashed up in the next DJ Hero®

        More details on www.midem.com/listening-sessions/

        Inaugurating the MIDEM Managers Village

        To reflect the importance of managers, MIDEM is inaugurating the MIDEM Managers Village, hosted by IMMF, the International Music Manager Forum. Located within the tradeshow, the Village will host several unmissable events, highlighted in the conference programme, and offer a dedicated place for managers to network and organise their business meetings.

        Join The Discussion at Midem(Net) Blog – www.midemnetblog.Com

        Engage and interact on key topics for the music industry with leading industry experts, conference speakers & MidemNet Committee members. Discover exclusive content, videos, research papers, presentations and more Before, during and after Cannes.

        • Follow @MidemNetBlog on Twitter
        • Tweet About Midem & Midemnet Use #Midem
        • Follow Midemnet & Midem Speakers @Midemnetblog/Midem2010speakers On Twitter
        (Source: 01/22/2010 – MIDEM.com)

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        Moderation Script (01/2010): Mangala Snaanam – Mangala Isai… No Indian Wedding without the Nahdaswaram (Raga CDs of the Months)

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 19, 2010

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        Raga CDs des Monats (01/10): Mangala Snaanam – Mangala Isai… keine indische Hochzeit ohne das Nahdaswaram

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 16, 2010

        !! Neue Sendezeiten in 2010: jeden 1st Dienstag (Indian E-music) und 3ten Dienstag (IMC – India meets Classic) von 21:00-21:58 Uhr (MET) !!

        Mangala Snaanam – Mangala Isai (Heiliges Bad – Heilige Musik)… keine indische Hochzeit ohne das Nadhaswaram.

        Nadhaswaram Troupe in HYDERABAD @ The Hindu (http://bit.ly/6xO6b0)

        Unter den indischen Instrumenten treffen wir auf das Nadhaswaram. Es ist weltweit das lauteste, nicht metallene akkustische Instrument, vergleichbar mit der Lautstärke einer Trompete. Dieses Blasinstrument aus der Gruppe der s.g. Aerophone wird in Südindien (s.a. Karnatische Musik) gespielt. Die viel kleinere Ausführung Mukhavina (10 cm) wird für die Volksmusik verwendet. In der nordindischen Klassik, der Hindustani-Musik treffen wir auf einen Verwandten des Nadhaswaram, die Shehnai.

        Das Nadhaswaram oder auch Nagaswaram gilt in Indien als ein glückverheissendes Blasinstrument – Mangala Vadya (wind instrument). Es kommt wie kaum ein anderes Instrument in der indischen Klassik der menschlichen Stimme am Nächsten.

        Sendetermin…
        19ter Januar 2010 – 21:00 Uhr (METZ)
        broadcasting plan | streaming (Internet Radio & Mobile Radio) | podCast

        Eine bedeutende Rolle für die Herkunft des Nadhaswaram spielt die Kreisstadt Tiruvarur im südindischen Bundesstaat Tamil-Nadu. Über viele Jahrhunderte war der Tiruvarurdistrict ein kulturelles Zentrum. Die antike Stadt Tiruvarur ist berühmt für den Sri Tyagaraja Tempel.
        Aus Tiruvarur stammt die Tradition, dass zwei Nadhaswarm-Spieler von zwei Perkussionisten auf der Thavil (Fasstrommel) begleitet werden.

        Thavil und Nadhaswaram sind wesentlicher Bestandteil der traditionellen Feste und Zeremonien in Südindien. Mit seiner beeindruckenden Lautstärke spielt man das Nadhaswaram meist im Freien.
        Die heilige Musik (Mangala Isai) hat in den hinduistischen Tempeln und auch weiteren Lebensbereichen der Inder grosse Bedeutung. Ein ganzes Potpourrie indischer Musik, von der traditionellen Form, Volksmusik bis zu zeitgenössischen Stilrichtungen finden wir auf einer indischen Hochzeit.

        Nadhaswaram Duo accompanied by 2 Thavil players – Source: Wikipedia (ENG):
        Mambalam M. K. S. Siva & Sri K. Durga Prasad (Nadhaswaram), Sri P. Arulanandan & Sri V. M. Palanivel (Thavil)
        Unter den indischen Instrumenten treffen wir auf das Nadhaswaram. Es ist weltweit
        das lauteste, nicht metallene akkustische Instrument, vergleichbar mit der Lautstärke
        einer Trompete. Dieses Blasinstrument wird in Südindien gespielt. Die viel kleinere
        Ausführung Mukhavina (10 cm) wird für die Volksmusik verwendet. In der
        nordindischen Klassik, der Hindustani-Musik treffen wir auf einen Verwandten des
        Nadhaswaram, die Shehnai.
        
        Das Nadhaswaram oder auch Nagaswaram gilt in Indien als ein glückverheissendes
        Blasinstrument – Mangala Vadya (wind instrument). 
        
        Das Nadhaswaram kommt wie kaum ein anderes Instrument in der indischen Klassik
        der menschlichen Stimme am Nächsten.
        
        Eine bedeutende Rolle für die Herkunft des Nadhaswaram spielt die Kreisstadt
        Tiruvarur im südindischen Bundesstaat Tamil-Nadu. Über viele Jahrhunderte war der
        Tiruvarurdistrict ein kulturelles Zentrum. Die antike Stadt Tiruvarur ist berühmt für den
        Sri Tyagaraja Tempel.
        Ebenfalls aus Tiruvarur stammt die Tradition, dass zwei Nadaswarm-Spieler von zwei
        Perkussionisten auf der Thavil begleitet werden.
        
        Thavil und Nadaswaram sind wesentlicher Bestandteil der traditionellen Feste und
        Zeremonien in Südindien. Mit seiner beeindruckenden Lautstärke spielt man das
        Nadaswaram meist im Freien.
        Die heilige Musik (Mangala Isai) hat in den hinduistischen Tempeln und auch
        weiteren Lebensbereichen der Inder grosse Bedeutung. Ein ganzes Potpourrie
        indischer Musik, von der traditionellen Form, Volksmusik bis zu zeitgenössischen
        Stilrichtungen finden wir auf einer indischen Hochzeit.

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        Raga CDs of the months (01/10): Mangala Snaanam – Mangala Isai – No Indian Wedding without the Nahdaswaram

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 16, 2010

        !! Notice of new broadcasting times in 2010: every 1st Tuesday (Indian E-music) and 3rd Tuesday (IMC – India meets Classic) at 09:00-09:58 pm (CET) !!

        Mangala Snaanam – Mangala Isai  (Holy Bath – Holy Music)… No Indian wedding without the Nadhaswaram.

        Nadhaswaram Troupe in HYDERABAD @ The Hindu (http://bit.ly/6xO6b0)

        Under all the different Indian instruments we meet up the Nadhaswaram. It is world-wide the loudest, non metallic acoustical instrument, comparable with the volume of a trumpet. This wind instrument belongs to the group of the aerophones and is played mainly in South India (see Carnatic music). The Mukhavina is the much smaller version (10 cm) used for folk music. In North Indian Classical music (Hindustani) exists the relative of the Nadhaswaram, the Shehnai.

        In India the Nadhaswaram or Nagaswaram is counted as an auspicious wind instrument – Mangala Vadya. Hardly any other instrument in Indian classics is in its character so close to the human voice.

        dates of broadcasting…
        19th January 2010 – 09:00 p.m. (METZ)
        broadcasting plan | streaming (Internet Radio & Mobile Radio) | podCast

        An important role for the origin of the Nadhaswaram plays the Tiruvarur district in the South Indian Federal State Tamil-Nadu. Over many centuries Tiruvarur was a cultural center. The ancient city Tiruvarur is famous for the Sri Tyagaraja Tempel.

        From Tiruvarur the tradition has its seed that two Nadhaswarm players are accompanied by two percussionists on the Thavil (barrel drum).

        Thavil and Nadhaswaram are substantial components of the traditional celebrations and ceremonies in South India. With its impressing volume the Nadhaswaram usually is played out of doors.

        The holy music (Mangala Isai) has great importance in Hindu temples and for further areas of Indian life. A colourful potpourrie of Indian music, traditional forms, folk music up to contemporary styles we find at an Indian Wedding ceremony.

        Nadhaswaram Duo accompanied by 2 Thavil players – Source: Wikipedia (ENG):
        Mambalam M. K. S. Siva & Sri K. Durga Prasad (Nadhaswaram), Sri P. Arulanandan & Sri V. M. Palanivel (Thavil)

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        Sydney: Rahman to build bridges with Sydney concert (Zeenews)

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 14, 2010

        Sydney: He has won the Oscar with ‘Jai Ho’; now, Mozart of Madras AR Rahman aims to win hearts and heal the troubled relationship between Indians and Australians with a free concert in Sydney.

        Rahman hopes the concert – part of Festival of Sydney – this Saturday, will succeed to “build a bridge of understanding” and promote peace, understanding, love and friendship at this weekend’s show.

        Although, Rahman had confirmed his participation last August, but owing to the continuing attacks on Indians, racist or otherwise, has put his performance under the arch lights.

        The two-hour show at Parramatta Park – home to the largest population of Indian and south Asian people in Australia – will also see performances from more than 40 performers and artistes.

        Although, there were reports that the ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ composer might cancel his trip Down Under owing to the attacks on his fellow countrymen, Rahman says he never considered cancelling his trip.

        “No. I felt the urge even more to do that [perform] because of all the stuff [that has been happening]. I thought it was very important to do that,” he said after arriving in Australia’s most populous city.

        “I want to have a great concert for people to enjoy, and also to spread the message of togetherness and peace; build a bridge for people who are trying to break it,” he added.

        Rahman also has fond memories of performing in Australia, citing his 2005 concerts in Melbourne and Sydney as having the “some of his best audiences”. Amid concerns of violence at the venue, authorities are expecting a crowd of around Rs one lakh for the weekend concert.

        Media should exercise restraint

        Speaking at a press conference, on arrival in the city, Rahman opined that Australian and Indian media have a responsibility to build bridges, rather than breaking them apart.

        “First of all we need more responsible media. It is a great tool, but grossly misused and can provoke people,” he said.

        “Just one comment can kill a thousand people – that has happened in the past. You have to be extremely careful and strict about what (you write).”

        He also advised young Indians to avoid walking at night in areas frequented by drug addicts and alcoholics.

        “Because that’s the main reason for the killing. It doesn’t matter what race they are, they just want to kill because they’re not in their own senses.”

        The Australian government has also warmed up to Rahman and are seeing potential in his capability to soothe flaring tempers. Acting New South Wales Premier Carmel Tebbutt said she was hopeful the concert would promote peaceful relations between the two countries.

        “It’s an opportunity … to promote our city and to send a very clear message that we’re a multicultural, diverse city, we’re a multicultural diverse country, and we’re very proud of that,” Ms Tebbutt told reporters.

        (Source: Thursday, January 14, 2010, 13:23 IST | Zeenews Bureau (Intern. Edition) –  Entertainment – Music)

        The Rocks, Sydney Jan 14 2010

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        Mumbai/Pune: ‘Indian classical music can stop student suicides’

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 14, 2010

        by Bhagyashree Kulthe (DNA)

        Pune: Indian classical music and spirituality have the power to prevent students’ suicides, spiritual guru and founder of the Art of Living Foundation Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said in Pune.

        He was reacting to the recent suicides, mostly among students, in Maharashtra in his interaction with media persons ahead of the music event organised in the city.

        “Indian classical music has great potential. It can heal hearts and minds. We need to develop a taste for it among the youth. It should be taken to youngsters because it connects you with your higher self,” the spiritual leader said, adding that Indian classical music and spirituality could reduce depression and divert the youth from suicidal thoughts.

        He praised the government’s agenda to teach yoga in schools. “All good things Indian need to be propagated in India and abroad. We must also respect allcultures,” he added.

        Spirituality was not devoid ofscience, he said. “It is Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary today. Swamiji propagated the message of science and spirituality,” the guru said.

        He asked followers to save the girl-child.He said, “ We need to develop scientific thinking among farmers to encourage agriculture without chemicals. We also need to save the girl child and give them good training and education.”

        (Source: Thursday, January 14, 2010 0:43 IST – DNA Report)

        Noida (Delhi): Brahm Naad symphony (part 1 of 2) – 1200 Musicians (Sitarists) for the Guiness Book of records in Nov 2008


        Noida (Dehli): Brahm Naad symphony (part 2 of 2) – 1200 Musicians (Sitarists) for the Guiness Book of records in Nov 2008


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        India: Hindus celebrate Makar Sankranti Festival on 14th January…

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 14, 2010

        Makar Sankranti Festival

        Festival is the one of the most auspicious Festival for Hindu peoples of India. Makar Sankranti Festival is celebrated on the day of 14th January every year. Makar Sankranti Festival comes after the malmass. Makar Sankranti Festival is the biggest religious and ritual day for the Indian people because, It is said that Makar Sankranti Festival is a biggest day for donation. It is said that during mid January, the sun enters in the makar rashi so this day called as makar sankranti festival.

        on the day of makar sankranti festival ladies prepare sweets and specialty til papadi and laddoo. this day people donate til, clothes, money and corn to some poor people. makar sankranti is celebrated all over the India with joy and happiness.

        In early morning the people takes dip in the water of holy river like ganga and yamuna etc. and they Worship the rising Sun by offering flower and water with both hands. they pray with folded hands by singing the famous gayatri mantra. Many people goes to holy places as like Haridwar and kashi etc. for the welfare. makar sankrinti is a day for which Bhishma Pitamah kept waiting to leave his mortal coil. Makar Sankranti is biggest religious festival for Hindu peoples.

        (Source: 2010 – www.festivalsindia.com)

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        Pune: Preserve Indianness, exhorts Sri Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

        Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on January 13, 2010

        PUNE: Indian music and India’s heritage of Adhyatma are the two strong powers which will help us overcome all the strife around us and it is essential for us to preserve these and other strengths of Indianness in our fight against ill-will and hatred, said spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on Tuesday.

        Addressing thousands of his disciples at Antarnaad, a musical programme hosted by Art of Living Foundation to mark the golden jubilee of Maharashtra, Sri Sri said Indian Music has evolved entirely from the nature around us and thus has the basic power to sustain. Music is the route to achieve oneness with the God, he said.

        The sprawling S P College ground came alive with simple yet graceful decoration where Sri Sri’s disciples and followers filled the air with calls of ‘jai gurudev’ and listened to him all ears as he spelt out his mantra for a stress-free, peaceful living. There were men, women and children eager to get a piece of wisdom of their beloved Guru, who treated them through a session of dhyaan (concentration), gyaan (wisdom) and gaan (music).

        Sri Sri stressed the need to protect everything created by nature if India had to lead the mission of world peace and added that the original principles of living, such as nature-based farming (as against farming that uses chemical fertilisers), caring for the girl child and keeping the honour of woman, will guide in the process.

        Sri Sri said mediation is not superstition, but can be pursued while maintaining a scientific mindset. “I am not preaching an insipid, dry lifestyle but want all of us to enjoy life in all its beauty and listen to the music of the soul, unblemished by hatred or jealousy,” he said.

        “Haath baantke to dekho, kaam banta hai ki nahin; muskarake to dekho, duniya apnaati hai ya nahin (extend a helping hand and the task will become simpler; offer a smile and the world will accept you in all its generosity),” Sri Sri appealed, stressing the importance of smile and brotherhood in life.

        musical symphony (seen @ Zeenews.com (Bureau))

        musical symphony in Pune (photo seen @ Zeenews.com (Bureau))

        More than 2,750 singers from all parts of the country and abroad — perched on a grand multi-level stage — sang in unison musical compositions set to ragas such as ‘Shankara’, ‘Shree’ and ‘Basant Bahar’ as the voice of the audience blended itself with the artistes. The singers, men and women uniformly dressed in white kurta-pyjama and off-white sarees, were a picture of bhakti (devotion) and shraddha (dedication) as they presented the well-rehearsed compositions.

        Renowned musicians, including singers Rajan and Sajan Mishra, Shankar Mahadevan and Chitra Roy, as well as tabla maestro Arvind Kumar Azad led the presentation of the compositions. The programme is set to find an entry in the Guinness Book of Records, the organisers said.

        Members of the state cabinet, including deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal and Harshwardhan Patil, were present for the function along with MPs Suresh Kalmadi, Shivajirao Adhalrao and Gopinath Munde.

        Shashi Vyas and Kathak dancer Sharvari Jamenis compered the programme adding value to the musical experience.

        (Sourc: TNN, 13 January 2010, 05:27am IST | Times of India – indiatimes.com – City | Pune)

        1075 sitarists perform together for Guiness Book of World Records – part 1/3  (Nov 2008)


        1075 sitarists perform together for Guiness Book of World Records – part 1/3  (Nov 2008)


        1075 sitarists perform together for Guiness Book of World Records – part 1/3  (Nov 2008)


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