Presented by SAMAA the South ASian Music & Arts Association
SAMAA is a non-profit organization that hosts musical talent from South Asia to keep classical music alive for future generations.
Support SAMAA at the SEJ fundraiser at the Aicon Gallery on Saturday May 10th, 35 Great Jones Street, New York (12 − 8pm)
For a decade, Agrawal - who has no formal legal training - has been waging a one-man campaign to educate illiterate villagers about their rights in fighting pollution and land-grabbing by powerful mining and electricity companies. He's won three lawsuits against major corporations and has spearheaded seven more pending in courts.
On Monday, Agrawal, 60, will be recognized in a ceremony in San Francisco as one of six recipients of this year's $175,000 Goldman Environmental Prize, often called the "Green Nobel.''
It is always difficult to read women's mind and more difficult when wife get upset with no reason.In this story, it is really interesting to know that why his wife is upset to him in that morning. I am sure you will not stop your laugh at end. Why his wife is upset to him in that morning
The relationship between dance and music is akin to the relationship between sound and sight. The potential link between dance (kinetic rhythm) and music (auditory rhythm) heighten the emotional experience. Both posit the foundation of harmony, balance and rhythm. The solo artist while performing various items of the margam reacts to the various elements of music like sollus (bol-s of dance), swara-s or notes, sahitya or lyrics, tala or rhythm and laya. Our sastras speak of anahata nada or imperceptible sound as the cosmic sound of the Absolute.
As other loving husbands, Sumit wanted to give a romantic surprise to his wife on valentine's day. He planned some thing for his wife Chetna, who could not control her emotions after seeing it.See, what did Sumit do which made his wife cry on valentine's day ?
Sometimes the behavior of politicians, elected by us on parliament ashamed us, make us embarrassed. India please behave yourself world is watching you, our youth learn from you and follow you in their real life. Read more
t's indestructible. It's fungible. It's beautiful. And for Indians, gold – whether it's 18-, 22- or 24-carat — is semi-sacred.
An interesting commentary on the Indian obsession with gold. And today, enterprising women are using the gold as collateral to start small businesses....