• Bhor Bhayee

    Celebrating Vasant Ritu with Ragas of Dawn at Natarani – Bhor Bhayee. A classical vocal concert by Nirali Kartik accompanied by Sapan Anjaria on Tabla and Akash Joshi in Harmonium.   Source: Facebook

  • New generation of women instrumentalists in Indian Classical Music 

    Indian classical music’s instrumental sphere has been lacking in woman torch bearers, however this generation is changing the fabric. We bring to you stories of these six women instrumentalists who are brewing the winds of change in this traditional space. There are countless…

  • Dancing with the Tree | Open to all

    Alliance Francaise and Gujarat University presents you, Dancing with the Tree, a unique collaboration between Hindustani Classical musicians, Soumitra Thakur on Sitar and Mahavir Chandrawat on Tabla with Mathilde Vrignaud a contemporary dancer from Conservatory of Paris, France This beautiful…

  • Ruhaniyat – Sufi & Mystic Fest Ahmedabad

    Ruhaniyat, the oldest and the largest music festival of its kind is best described as a unique pilgrimage, the call of the soul that enlivens centuries of spiritual wisdom. The immortal works of great mystics are brought to life by…





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