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Classical Music

Mile Sur Mera Tumhara

Oct 10, 2021 Maitreyee B Chowdhury

When I look back now, I sometimes think we were the happiest and most aromatic on Sundays, when Baba would don a white kurta and pajama, brush his curls, walk around the house in his soft Kolhapuris, managing to somehow look like a young Uttam Kumar with a classical bent of mind.

Independent Music Is Doing Well Because Companies Are Promoting It: Sonu Nigam

May 13, 2021 Eshita Bhargava

In an exclusive interview with Outlook’s Eshita Bhargava, Sonu Nigam talks about 'Hope for O2', his journey in the Hindi film industry, how the music industry has evolved, the role of social media in building an artist, and much more.


Renowned Music Composer Vanraj Bhatia Dies At 93

Vanraj Bhatia created the soundtracks for Aparna Sen's 36 Chowringhee Lane and Kundan Shah's Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro.

Days After Testing Covid Positive, Sitar Maestro Pandit Debu Chaudhuri Succumbs To Heart Attack

May 01, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Pandit Debu Chaudhuri had been awarded the Padma Bhushan and the Padma Shri. He was also a teacher and writer, who penned six books.


Gundecha Brothers: Famous Indian Musicians Accused Of Rape, Sexual Assault

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17 January, 2021

Indian Classical Musician Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan Passes Away At 89

Outlook Web Bureau

Khan got his basic classical music training from his father and later studied music under his cousin, Ustad Nissar Hussain Khan.


30 December, 2020

Music Maestro Shantanu Mohapatra Dies At 84, Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik Offers Condolences

PTI

Mohapatra was suffering from old age related ailments and finally succumbed to pneumonia and cardiac failure on Tuesday night


16 December, 2020

Healing Mind, Body And Spirit With Indian Classical Music

Nithya Rajendran

The alignment of the raagas with the time of day and its association with emotions or rasas, Indian classical music sets the stage for spiritual and physical healing


11 September, 2020

Dance Sans Borders, Warkari Singers And Flute Making

Sathya Saran

Bharatanatyam mixed with Chinese poetry. Heartfelt Bhakti and the making of a flute.


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A police personnel during a mock-drill conducted by Delhi Police, to check anti-terror prepardeness at Sadar Bazar in New Delhi.

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Newly elected President of Akhada Parishad Mahant Ravindra Puri with Akhada Parishad General Secretary Mahant Hari Giri and sadhus, performs the 'Ganga Pujan' ritual at Sangam, in Prayagraj.

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Wrestlers in action during the state level wrestling tournament at Babura Village in Mirzapur.

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Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala with Jitendra Singh talks to media after meeting Election Commissioner, in New Delhi.

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Congress leaders Randeep Singh Surjewala and Jitendra Singh comes out from Election Commission office, in New Delhi.

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