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Fri, 19 May

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Bengaluru

Amritmaala

A novel concept showcasing this unique feature of Raga Sangeet as a garland of 75 ragas conferring to Bharat Maata to commemorate and celebrate Azadi Ka Amrita Mahotsav

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Amritmaala
Amritmaala

Time & Location

19-May-2023, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm IST

Bengaluru, Chowdiah Memorial Hall, 16th Cross Rd, Gayathri Devi Park Extension, Kodandarampura, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003, India

About the event

With a heritage spanning over millennia, our music is directly connected to nature, culture and lifestyle. भा रती य शा स्त्री य संगी त i.e. Indian classical music represents one of the highest forms of refinement of human mind and intellect, in terms of aesthetics, creativity and artistry. Our music is popularly referred to as Raga Sangeet, reflecting the melodic essence of the music. The ragas are melodic personalities featuring emotions, feelings and expressions. They are so closely connected to seasons across the year such that the tradition prescribes rendition of these ragas at appropriate time of the day, which is popularly known as " Samay Chakra " Samay Chakra is the one of the unique features of our music and culture. Twenty four hours of a day are split into eight praharas of three hours each. Morning Sandhi Prakar (Dawn) & Evening Sandhi Prakar (Dusk) & three praharas exclusively each for day and night. As there are ragas for each of these praharas. The constitution of each raga corresponds to praharas on the basis of logical explanation. " अमृतरा गमा ला " A novel concept showcasing this unique feature of Raga Sangeet. Three beautiful raga malas have been composed by our renowned Harmonium Maestro Dr Ravindra Gururaj Katoti

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