Bringing together art forms of Northern, Southern and Eastern region, Chinmaya Naada Bindu (CNB), the Gurukul of Indian performing arts is all set to present a musical retreat for the citizens of the Lake city.
Organised by the students of the institution, – ‘Chinmayaanjali – a morning of soulful melodies’ – is scheduled to take place at Kashinath Ghanekar auditorium on October 25, 2015, between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm.
For the first time, citizens will also experience performances by Pramodini Rao, a renowned exponent of classical bhajans in the Hindustani classical style and Pandit Vidyadhar Vyas, a renowned Hindustani classical singer and a Sangeet Natak Akademi Award winner.
During the event, students of the institution will also create awareness about courses being offered. Programs are being planned across many cities in India over the next one year.
Located at Chinmaya Vibhooti, the vision centre of Chinmaya Mission in the village of Kolwan near Pune, CNB is known for Performing Arts, performances in classical vocal and instrumental music, traditional dance forms and ancient theatre forms.
The Gurukul is now on the threshold of becoming campus of a university being set up by Chinmaya Mission, called Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth. The university is being established for preservation and restoration of studies in ancient traditional knowledge systems of India, arising from scriptural treatises and pure studies in the fields of Sanskrit, Indian philosophical and religious studies, yogic sciences, natural language processing, classical music, dance and theatre.
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