Description: ©2005 Saptak Trust Vocals -- Begum Parveen SultanaTabla -- Mukundraj DeoHarmonium - Shrinivas AcharayaThe recording is put online with the kind permission of Saptak Trust. The Saptak Sangeet Samaroh (Music Festival) is an annual 13-day classical music event, held in Ahmedabad, India, from the 1st to 13 January every year, and attended by thousands of people. The festival started in 1980 by Nandan and Manju Mehta, Rupande Shah, Bharti Parikh and D.D. Trivedi, with the blessings of Pandit Ravi Shankar and the late Pandit Kishan Maharaj.The festival features both emerging talents and established performers. Besides pure classical music, it also includes performances of folk music, classical dance forms, and semi-classical forms such as thumri.CD1Raga Maru Behag1. Alap 2. Bada Khayal 3. Chotta Khayal CD21. Tarana in Raga Hansadhwani 2. Meera Bhajan - Mai to Lino Govind Mol 3. Bhajan -- Sai Ram Sai Ram 4. Bhairavi -- Dayani Bhairavi Buy online at www.senseworldmusic.comBhajans are deeply rooted in the Indian tradition. Bhajan is a song form using soulful language expressing surrender to God. Many bhajans are rooted in the hymns found in the Sama Veda, the third Veda in the Hindu scriptures. Some of India's most loved bhajans were composed by the poetess Meera (track 2). Born in the sixteenth century at a time of political and social unrest in India, Meera having lost her father, husband and father-in-law sought peace and dedicated her life to Lord Krishna. She composed hundreds of poems in a simple and unpretentious language capturing the beauty of her intense and deep love to God. Bhajans are also often loosely based on the melodic phrases of Ragas; in this case Sai Ram Sai Ram (track 3) carries a strong sense of Ragas Kirvani and Shivranjani. The recital aptly concludes with Bhairavi, an auspicious and deeply devotional raga traditionally sung to conclude the concert performance.Notes: John BallJohn Ball is a practicing musician and musicologist based at the University of Sheffield, UK
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Vocals -- Begum Parveen Sultana Tabla -- Mukundraj Deo Harmonium - Shrinivas Acharaya
Bhimpalasi by Begum Parveen Sultana. Introduction by Sitar Maestro Ustad Shujaat Khan
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Jhuki Aayire Badiariya Saawan ki, a beautiful Meera Bhajan from the old Hindi Movie, Bhabhi (1939). The singer/actor is Renuka Devi, real name Begum Khurshid Mirza, who migrated to Pakistan after the partition. Her other films included Jeevan Prabhat (1937), Naya Sansar (1941), Sahara (1943) and Samrat Chandragupta (1945)
Bhavani Dayani - Pt. Rajan & Sajan Mishra Bhajan
Begum Parween Sultana_Rag_Bageshree
This is a bhajan (Hindu devotional song), called "Tu Dayal Deen". It is written by the 16th century saint Tulsidas. It is sung by Chandrakantha Courtney. Chandra's Biography may be found at: www.chandrakantha.com Information on Tulsidas may be found at: chandrakantha.com Information on Bhajans may be found at: www.chandrakantha.com
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Short video of HH Kadamba Kanana Swami doing Radha-Madhava in Vrindavan.
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