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A Musical event to be held in Delhi to recreate long-forgotten format of ‘Baithak’ culture

Titled 'Baithak', the event will be graced by legendary artist Ustad Aashish Khan playing Sarod along with Kathak performance by Pt. Sandeep Mahavir

New Delhi, Jan 13, 2017: To recreate the long-forgotten format of baithaks, a musical event will be held here at India Habitat Centre on January 14, 2017.

Titled ‘Baithak’, the event will be graced by legendary artist Ustad Aashish Khan playing Sarod along with Kathak performance by Pt. Sandeep Mahavir.
The Legends of India — an organisation nurturing Indian art forms — will be organising that ‘Baithak’, an event where audience can directly interact with the artists.

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“Music, being the purest form of art, possesses a power to transcend all barriers of language, religion, geography and hierarchy. Legends of India looks forward to continuing popularising and appreciating Indian music through programmes like Baithak and create memorable experiences,” said Dipayan Mazumdar, Founder Chairman of Legends of India. (IANS)

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