A student of Sanatan Vedic Dharma
Makwana has written 7 posts for Hindustani Classical Music

Raga Samay Chakra – The Cyclical Time Theory of Ragas

Darbar Festival 2011 on BBC Radio 3 World Routes

BBC 3 World Routes programme are covering this years Darbar Festival 2011, a perfect opportunity for anyone who missed out on the event to take a glimpse of what was on. Lopa Kothari and Jameela Siddiqi present highlights from the Darbar Festival of Indian classical music, held last month at Kings Place in London. Featuring … Continue reading

Review: Raga Unveiled

Review: Raga Unveiled By Dhruv Jogia Recently I went to watch a film, in Leeds.  It was quite different from all the other films I’ve seen.  It was full of the best artists you can name, from old to new, great scenes from the world, amazing lines, wisdom, laughter, knowledge and romance too! Using impressive … Continue reading

Niladri Kumar & Talvin Singh 29th April – Live

Wow! What a concert definitely something I’ll be remembering for a long time. Although from a purist point of view not a classical concert perse but the foundational principles were more than present and a pleasure to listen to. With Niladri on the Sitar and Talvin on the Tabla, the talismatic artists oozed a sense … Continue reading

Darbar Festival 2011

Darbar – A four day extravaganza of Indian Classical Music From Thur 21st April – Sun 24th April 2011 a huge array of UK’s finest upcoming musicians and Internationally lauded artists come together to present ‘the highest quality of Indian classical music’. Established since 2006, Darbar has proven to win accolades from fans who eagerly … Continue reading

Thank you

Hi All, Wow! The support is unbelievable and overwhelming. Thank you to all for your phone calls, suggestions and above all supporting this initiative. 🙂 Special thanks to Sanjay Kundalia, Ravi Purohit and Dhruv Jogia for their support. Let the classical times roll…….

A new beginning…

A new start a new blog! My first review, how exciting! 🙂 Okay technically this album is quite a few years old, however this album is what introduced me to Indian classical music and hence writing a review on it is definitely befitting. During my final year at University this album was constantly playing in … Continue reading

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