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Brett Lee Bats for Music Therapy

Former Australian fast bowler Bret Lee is known to cricket lovers as one of the best pace bowlers in the ...
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Australians engaged with India – Dr Valerie Wilson

“We gradually came to understand how special, how unique each of India’s textiles were” – Dr Valerie Wilson Dr Valerie ...
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Australians engaged with India – The Evolving Art of Konnakkol

The art of Konnakkol, where percussionists vocalise rhythmic syllables, is fading in Carnatic music – even as Western musicians are ...
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श्रुति स्मृति चतुर्दश अष्टादशविद्याः (śruti smṛti caturdaśa aṣṭādaśavidyāḥ)

Soft power_ Indic Knowledge Systems, Technology and Management Download Centuries before the founding of the world's oldest surviving universities - ...
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Handspun and Handwoven

"India is the only country today that has skills of hand spinning. It is the most unique resource in the ...
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The Singer by the River

On the occasion of Thyagaraja’s Birth Anniversary Author of three books on Saint Thyagaraja and several other books on South ...
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An American nuclear physicist’s love for India

The family of Arthur Herrington, American scientist and strategist analyst, who passed away recently at the age of 87, visited ...
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Ramayana of India, Loved in Indonesia: How the great Indian epic ties India to Asia and ASEAN in an unbreakable bond

This article first appeared in DailyO on 1st May, 2019. To mark 70 years of diplomatic ties between India and ...
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The music of the spheres

For astrophysicist Priyamavada Natarajan, both science and music help us reach out to the sublime, and music is as much ...
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Pete Lockett’s Indian rhythm features in 5 Bond movies

British multi-percussionist Pete Lockett was introduced to Indian rhythm when he heard Zakir Hussain play at a concert in the ...
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