Karnāṭaka saṅgīta is popular in all the five major states of south India, and not just in the state of Karnataka. So naturally the question arises – Where is Karnataka in Karnāṭaka saṅgīta?
The significance of the Bhakti movement in BhārataVarśa is the shattering of beliefs that religion and God belonged to certain groups in the demography. It is believed that, in today’s Cosmic era, named KaliyugaA, an intense unconditional love for the Supreme takes one closer to godhead much more effectively than rituals, sacrifices and yagyās
How Sankarabharanam, one of the beloved ragas of Carnatic music, represents Siva’s seven ornaments.
The event report on a series of talks on music, dance and literature organized by Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, supported by the Indic Academy.
The aesthetic in art is returning and in some ways the nameless artist is also making a comeback.
The introduction of the individual musician and the removal of the divine in the music led to down path
This talk on Advaita in Carnatic music was given by Dr. Duddu Radhika at the recently held Conference On Oneness.
This talk on the relationship between Tantra and Sangita was given by Mridula Ashwin at the recently held Conference On Oneness.
This talk on the works of Adi Shankaracharya was given by Sri Mani Dravida Shastrigal at the recently held Conference On Oneness.
Conference on Oneness: Advaita in Arts, Music & Dance: Advaita Vedantic Undertones in Haryanvi Raginis by Shri Priyank Kumar Chauhan.