music · 03. December 2018
We love enjoyment; we love to immerse in the flamboyant joys glint our soul by just ignoring every despondency around us for a while. We eager to find out the meaning of life in happiness. But is it the right kind of joy we are always looking for?
music · 16. May 2016
Finally, I am about to represent the sixth and last figurative form of Indian classical music named Raag-Nattnarayan. I have found some differences in this musical rhythm and the related figurative form that has grabbed my attention. I get informed from the modern Indian singers that the rhythm is now ineffectual in Indian classical music. Nevertheless, an attention grabbing mythological story encouraged me to dig this rhythm in deeply.
music · 10. May 2016
This article concerning the Raag Pancham, the fifth rhythm of Indian classical music. Prior to starting my discussion, I would like to share an impressive stuff I found, associated with the classical music. During my past article, I pointed out that ancient sages were always preferred to find out the equivalent objects in cases where they considered necessary to produce a metaphor and to formalize it, they fundamentally depended on our surrounded nature. I'll be discussing in details in my...
music · 01. May 2016
There is a numerous controversies associated with the Raga-Mala paintings have been running for decades concerning the truth of this figurative concept. The majority of the common people believed that it is just an imagination of the ancient Indian hermits or monks; alternatively, a few creative people produces their reverence as a unique artistic notion created by some unknown sages. However, sometimes the esoteric reality being revealed based on the circumstance. During this chapter, I am...
music · 22. April 2016
In this segment, I am about to represent the third figurative model of the Indian classical music recognized as the Vairaba Raga. In the former episode, I asserted that those miniature artists duly impressed by the myth of Lord Krishna when they represented the figurative form of the Basant Raga due to the impact of geographical location. However, once they attempted to represent the Raga Vairaba on canvas, they motivated by the figurative imagination of Lord Shiva. What was the logic behind...
music · 11. April 2016
In the earliest episode, I went into detail about the First figurative model of the musical rhythm performed the role of Sree-Raga. That figurative formation pointed out the season of fall-winter. It’s an incredible game of nature that the winter season consistently invites spring after the end of its modest lifetime to revitalize the nature as well as to tell, why we should take a longer time to live in our beautiful world! Spring arrives along with infinite joy which serves us plenty of...
music · 03. April 2016
By following the backdrop of miniature painting processes in the 16th century, I considered discussing additionally in details about each of my paintings mainly because the Raga-Mala miniature paintings were the ultimate motivation of my musical series and the present conversation would certainly help you to recognize deeply my paintings. Additionally, I’ll be happy to share with you a bit of the quite interesting historical stories behind those Raga-Mala paintings. It is the first painting...