Hindu music
Hindu music is music created for or influenced by Hinduism. It includes Indian classical music, Kirtan, Bhajan and other musical genres.Raagas are a common way of Hindu music in classical India.The mo...
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100 Years Of Bollywood - Vyjayanthimala - The First Female ...
Jul 31, 2013 ... Vyjayantimala is a veteran Indian actress and dancer. She has films like Jeevitham, Nagin, Devdas, Madhumati, Naya Daur, Ganga Jumna, ...
This strange and beautiful object is a 3D-printed violin
A 3D-printed violin is just one of a suite of instruments designed to provide a collaborative experience exploring our relationship with sound.
PURVI INDIAN IDOL 6
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Indian classical music
These are all Legendary Artists Of India.They Sing Or Play Indian Classical Music.In This Musical Photo Album Each Artist is Playing / Singing Musical Piece....
Bhajan
Local musicians singing bhajan at Kamakhya temple, Guwahati, Assam, IndiaA Bhajan (भजन) is any type of Hindu devotional song. It has no fixed form: it may be as simple as a mantra or kirtan or as so...
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Kirtan
A Punjabi Sikh kirtan sample in traditional raga with Tanti Saaz. A Hindi Kirtana performed by few locals near a road in Hauz Khas area, New Delhi.kirtana (Kannada: ಕೀರ್ತನೆ; Marathi: कीर्तन; Be...
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Indian classical music
Indian classical music is the art music of the Indian subcontinent. The origins of Indian classical music can be found in the Vedas, which are the oldest scriptures in the Hindu tradition. The Samaved...
Mantra
"Mantra" (/ˈmæntrə, ˈmɑːn-, ˈmʌn-/; Sanskrit: मन्त्र) means a sacred utterance, numinous sound, or a syllable, word, phonemes, or group of words believed by some to have psychological and spiritual po...
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Balwantrai Bhatt
Pandit Balwant Rai Bhatt is a noted Indian composer and musician of Hindustani vocal music. He is also known as "Bhavrang"(भावरंग).
Balwant Rai Bhatt was born in Bhavnagar, Gujarat to Smt. Harku...
Pakhavaj
The pakhawaja or mridang is an Indian barrel-shaped, two-headed drum, a variant and descendant of the older mridang.It is the standard percussion instrument in the dhrupada style and is widely used as...
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List of awards and nominations received by Vyjayanthimala
Vyjayanthimala is a former Bollywood and Kollywood actress who also appears in Tollywood and Bengali films. With the multilingual film Vazhkai, Jeevitham and Bahar, she was introduced into the world o...
List of awards and nominations received by Vyjayanthimala - Wikipedia
Shrinivas Joshi
Shrinivas Joshi (born 1971) is an Indian classical vocalist. He belongs to Kirana Gharana.
Shrinivas Joshi was born to legendary Hindustani vocalist, Bhimsen Joshi and Vastalabai Joshi. He did his...
Gurmat Sangeet
Sikh music or Shabad kirtan is Kirtan-style singing of hymns or Shabad from the Guru Granth Sahib, the central text of Sikhism.It began in the 16th century as the musical expression of mystical poetry...
Suresh Talwalkar
Suresh Talwalkar (Marathi: सुरेश तळवळकर)(born 1948) is an Indian musician who plays the percussion instrument tabla.Talwalkar was born 1948 in Mumbai and initially learned playing the tabla from his f...
Kalakkad S. Ramanarayana Iyer
Kalakkad Subbiah Ramanarayanan Iyer (Tamil: களக்காடு ராமநாராயண அய்யர்) (10 October 1910 – 1992) was a Carnatic musician and composer born in Kalakkad, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu, India...
Jhankaradhvani
Jhankaradhvani or Jhankaradhwani (pronounced jhankāradhvani) is a rāgam in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music). It is the 19th Melakarta rāgam in the 72 melakarta rāgam sys...
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Aarti
Aarti also spelled arati, arathi, aarthi (from the Sanskrit word aratrika with the same meaning) is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purif...
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Vikash Maharaj
Pandit Vikash Maharaj (born 7 January 1957 in Varanasi, India) is a sarod player and composer.
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B. Shankar Rao
B. Shankar Rao (born 10 May 1922) is an Indian flautist who specializes in classical carnatic music.
After obtaining his initial music training from his sister Smt. Balaamba he got the opportunity...
Pandi Melam
Pandi melam is a classical percussion concert or melam (ensemble) led by the ethnic Kerala instrument called the chenda and accompanied by ilathalam (cymbals), kuzhal and Kombu.A full-length Pandi, a...
Harikatha
Harikatha (lit. "stories of the Lord"), otherwise called Katha Kalakshepa is a form of Hindu religious discourse, also known as Katha storytelling format, in which the story teller explores a religiou...
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Murali gana lola
Murali gana lola is a popular bhajan sung by Hindus celebrating the God Vishnu's two incarnations Rama and Krishna. This bhajan is often connected with Sai Baba.Here are some of the lyrics and their m...
136.1 Hz
136.1 Hertz or 136.1 Hz is the standard frequency of the Om tuning fork.136.1 Hz is the frequency used to tune the instruments for Indian temple music. It is called Sadja, or Sa, the base to...
Within You Without You
"Within You Without You" is a song written by George Harrison, released on the Beatles' 1967 album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The basic tracks for "Within You Without You" featured on...
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Abhang
Abhang or abhanga (Marathi: अभंग) is a form of devotional poetry sung in praise of the Hindu god Vitthala, also known as Vithoba. The word "abhang" comes from a for "non-" and bhang for "ending" o...
Mahisasuramardini (radio programme)
Mahisasuramardini (Bengali: মহিষাসুরমর্দ্দিনী,The Annihilator of the Buffalo Demon) is a widely popular early radio programme that has been broadcast since 1931 on All India Radio (AIR). It is a...
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Natakapriya
Natakapriya, (pronounced nāţakapriya, meaning the one dear to theatre) is a rāgam in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music). It is the 10th melakarta rāgam (parent scale) in th...
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