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India Music Week (N.Y.): Lyricist Gandhiji – Revisited (Essay)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on October 2, 2013


The Record News

Editor: Dr. Suresh Chandvankar

(Rec.: The Record News is the annual magazine of the The Society of Indian Record Collectors (SIRC))

Lyricist Gandhiji – Revisited

(Origin: September 21, 2012)

‘Ganesh’ festival holiday. So, set out for a short trip cum outing to Ahmadabad, (Gujrat, India) with my wife. As this was the first visit, tour to ‘Akshardham’ temple and ‘Sabarmati ashram’ were on top priorities. Akshardham temple was a very nice place but It was quite hot outside the temple as we set out towards Sabarmati. Car driver too was quite restless due to this unusual heat. However, as we approached the town, suddenly the atmosphere changed with black clouds in the sky and a real transfer scene. It was getting ready to pour anytime.


Contact the author: Dr. Suresh Chandvankar (Honorary Secretary)

801, Bhaskara, TIFR Housing Complex, Navy Nagar, Mumbai 400005, INDIA
Phone (Residence) 91-22-2280 4986
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Read fully essay in the following PDF…

(Source: 10/2013 – IMW – India Music Week | Essays)




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