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Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath: Music Is A Thread That Sewn Generations Together

She might have started her classical training at the age of three and given her first performance when she was 13-years-old. Music might have...

Classical Music – The New Way To Beat Stress

Tansen was said to have been able to light lamps by singing Raga Deepak and invoke rainfall by singing Raga Miyan Ki Malhar. It...

Choose Your Headphones According to Your Favourite Music Genre

By Puja Gupta Music is a personal experience. Different genres appeal to different people. You might love listening to loud music while your friends may...

Growing Indian Classical Music on The Digital Platform

By Siddhi Jain Listening to music online might be the way forward, but it's trickier when it comes to Indian classical music. A new...

Ragas for Preschool Children: Combining Classical Music with Fun Exercises

There are various benefits of learning classical music at an early age like it improves memory, emotional intelligence, and concentration, suggests a research. ...

The Need to Introduce Music Education in our Schools: Why is it Underfunded?

In the US the music programs for schools are facing budget cuts and is heavily underfunded at other places In India, according to...

Remembering Ustad Allah Rakha: Music Concert in Pune to celebrate Maestro’s 97th Birth Anniversary

With the concert, Qureshi aims to give drummers a platform and endeavours to bring the talent from across the country under one roof ...

‘Baul’ tradition: The folk music from Bengal fights Extinction

The ambit of folk music in India is huge but it is primarily a countryside representation of the urban society it is of...

Sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan worries about future of classical music

Jodhpur: Sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan, who has fascinated audiences all around the world with his honeyed music, is concerned that people are today...

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