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A Moment Of Resplendence: Semi-Classical Music Covers

On today’s episode of music, we present some beautiful semi-classical music covers which will have you in wonder and awe

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Semi-classical music originated in South Asia. This genre of music was derived from Hindustani music and folk music and is often combined with filmi music. It can be best understood as a type of music which intermediates between classical and popular music. Unlike classical music, which follows a rigid music style, semi-classical music doesn’t necessarily have to follow the raga structure. It can play with the ragas, mix and combine to produce new melodies which might appeal to the masses. Nevertheless, the naturalness of the semi-classical genre becomes very appealing to the ears and the mind. Here are some beautiful semi-classical music performances. 

Jagorane Jay Bibhabori – Debolina Nandy

Debolina Nandy has been on the musical journey since the age of two. She is an exceptionally beautiful vocalist, who brings her own charisma in each and every song cover. This cover of the song, Jagorane Jay Bibhabori, a Rabindra Sangeet, is a prime example of Debolina’s sweet singing. Debolina Nandy, along with her team, presents a poised and elegant musical performance, which brings to the table the very enigmatic essence of semiclassical music. 

Credits – YouTube Debolina Nandy

Albela Sajan (Classical Bandish) – Pranati Shah

Classical Bandish is set in a specific, melodic composition in Hindustani vocals. It has a fixed raga, and is often accompanied by instruments like the tabla, sarangi, violin or harmonium. Pranati Shah presents a unique and fresh rendition of Albela Sajan in the classical Bandish form. Her strong and sturdy vocals bring exuberant energy to the musical cover and offer an enchanting music cover. It is a treat to listen to Pranati Shah’s vocals, and we’d definitely recommend you to not miss this performance of hers!

Credits – YouTube PRANATI SHAH

Dadra – Piu Mukherjee

Piu Mukherjee presents a semi-musical cover on the Dadra form of music. Dadra is a light classical vocal form in Hindustani classical music. Piu Mukherjee lends her powerful, yet beguiling vocals. Moreover, in the music performance, one can sense how mesmerized and passionate Piu is towards Indian classical music. She’s wholly drowned in the beats, rhythms, and melodies surrounding her. Such a deep, respectful, and immersed music performance is always a delight to witness. 

Credits – YouTube Piu Mukherjee

Maikada (Ghazal) – Madhushree Bhattacharya

Madhushree Bhattacharya brings her melodic vocals in a Ghazal performance. In Ghazal, lyrics are given utmost importance, and Madhushree sings them in a mellifluous way, elevating the intensity of the lyrics and their meanings. She ignites a soothing atmosphere in the arena. Her angelic voice elevates the experience of a ghazal performance. With the company of the harmonium player and the tablas, Madhushree’s vocals become the perfect icing!

Credits – YouTube Madhushree Bhattacharya
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Standup That Encourages To Find Contentment And Embrace Life

Snippets of beautiful life stories and self discoveries that bring out the true essence of living in today’s world.

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We live in a time where time is fleeting and with each passing day it gets harder to sustain your emotions. Staying grounded, rooted in your feeling has somehow become difficult. The feeling of being in love with living somehow has become a waining concept. These standups will reflect, mirroring emotions that are often left unacknowledged. Ranging from a parental relationship, lost love, cherishing a lover and a simple beautiful message to live a little more every day will make your day.

Ravinder Singh

Ravinder Singh’s words to express leave a significant impact helping you resonate with life, we all have lived once. He narrates the journey from an aspiring to an inspiring love for writing, to sustain and relive the moments he cherished the most. A love story of a 26-year-old man, filled with emotions so raw with a tragic end but with the courage to change the course to make it an exhilarating one. The poetic essence throughout his talking completely captivates a mind. The building up of the story with a balance of handling rejection but also not giving up and finally reaching a sense of contentment from accomplishment. His humbleness, passion and dedication towards his work and love of life is simply beautiful. Ravinder succeeds in keeping his memories alive and relives them every day with every single person that reads his book, ‘I Too Had A Love Story.’ A story of success, love and hardship with a beautiful message to live life with a purpose.

Credits: YouTube Tape A Tale

Divya Chaudhary

A parental and a child’s relationship is shown beautifully through realization and embracing the moment and time. Divya Chaudhary shares her journey as a mother and her extremely inquisitive girls. The questions they innocently ask her, turn into a dawning realisation about life. The way she tells the story leaves you smiling throughout with a deep resonance about a mutual understanding that comes with time. A barrier that always clouds an Indian family and their communication is dissected so simply and instead shows the unconditional love that exists. Divya as a child, sibling and mother expresses herself and her experience in a poetic way leaving the audience on edge throughout to know the next instance that takes place.

Credits: YouTube Tape A Tale

Babil Khan

A story of a Mowgli finding solace beyond the conceived concrete life. Babil Khan with an innocent fumble manages to narrate his entire life trajectory. A life showing the beauty of now and emphasising the fleeting time. Babil’s narration hits a chord deep within you as he talks about growing as a boy being deprived of society and his mechanism to cope once he was in the brutal world. The genuineness in his acceptance and embracing himself with the unconditional love he grew up with. Babil shows a glimpse of hope always presents during hard times. The dawning reality that his Baba is his best friend since day one, his constant is a content fact is peaceful. His way to give us access to his childhood and relationship with his father opens up an insightful door to perceive life in a customised true version to navigate life.

Credits: YouTube Kommune India

Helly Shah And Samuel

Helly Shah’s poetic tribute to a lover with a hope of living in the present with an adoring request to reconnect with the person again if they drift apart is spectacular. Samuel Pandya strumming the guitar while she performs a lyrical piece will take you back in time to cherish memories or appreciate the present. Helly’s words are piercing and filled with nostalgia but so much love, passion and hope. The intricate details with what she describes being in love is beautiful to hear. Fleeting time is a fearful trait that often makes the present uncertain. What Helly does is emphasise present is all we got that we need to optimise to the fullest so there are no regrets. ‘Ho Sake Toh Laut Aana’, is a glimmer of hope and letting go with a reassurance that uncompleted stories will be complete and provide you with the finest solace and contentment.

Credits: YouTube UnErase Poetry
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Refreshing Dance Performances To Get You Grooving

Dance elevates the art of music by infusing it with a visually stunning and emotionally captivating dimension to the performance.

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Dance Cover, Alisha Singh

Dancing is a captivating form of art that allows individuals to showcase their unique personalities. Through the fluid movements of the body, dancers bring music to life, giving a glimpse into their soul. Indian fusion, retro and sitting choreography are just a few examples of the creativity and imagination that continues to thrive in the dance world. This art form deserves recognition and applause, as it takes exceptional talent, passion, and hard work to bring a dance performance to life. The dedication and emotion etched on the faces of dancers as they immerse themselves in the rhythm of the music, is a testament to the power of dance and its ability to evoke raw expression and captivate audiences.

Sheilika Bhandari

Sheilika’s dance on the song Tere Bina does absolute justice to the music. The choreography involves movements and a steady flow throughout the performance. The videography is perfect solely focusing on her and the transition in different locations just elevates the appeal for spectators. Bhandari’s expressions are mesmerizing and completely in sync with the lyrics. The accuracy between the words and steps is well put together and presented beautifully. The variety in her expression throughout which stays tuned with the dance steps. This Indian fusion dance is a great collaboration of skills and art to display them.

Credits: YouTube Sheilika Bhandari

Alisha Singh

The perfect retro visuals on the song Ghodey Pe Sawar bring out a Bollywood essence. Alisha is known for her expressions and flawless subtle moves through reality dance shows and she shows her skills again with the short video. The choreography is a simply beautiful watch and can be learnt easily and done at home. The synchronised version with the other dancers and the way they use space and still manage to move the floor is amazing. The rhythm and moves completely collaborate well together. The vintage vibes throughout the performance the accuracy of the lyrics and the way movements link with the song is extremely graceful.

Credits: YouTube Dil Dosti Dance Season 2(Fanclub)

Anindita Patowary

The sitting choreography on Aa Re Sakhi by Dr. Anindita Patowary is breath of fresh air. A refreshing way to watch a new dancing format with only hands and upper body involvement. Her expression is what emphasis the lyrical beauty of the song and elevates the performance. The way Anindita depicts the song and embodies the song producing a graceful dance art is spectacular to see. Artists like Anindita truly solely appear to produce art through movements and direct the way people perceive it.

Credits: YouTube (Anindita Patowary)

Alice Joji

Alice moves like a fluid, she manages to encapsulate the rhythms and visualize through her movement and waves. Alice expresses the song through her Indian fusion, her center as she performs won’t make you look another way. The intricacies in her waves and rotation show the skills she possesses and chooses the platform to show them. Her enjoying the song and dancing to that depicting every single word is a skill to be appreciated.

Credits:YouTube Aliceforsure
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Frames Of Watercolours: Meet Phenomenal Painters

Presenting numerous watercolour artists and painters who are capturing real life moments with a paint brush, canvas, and colours.

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The soft and light pigments of watercolours bring an illusory, transcendental and quite paradoxically, calming, and real life elements to a painting. All art pieces are an expression of ideas, opinions, inner thoughts and feelings, or they might simply be the imitation of the outside surrounding world. Watercolour paintings are a unique and a witty way of playing with colours, and navigating them beautifully on the canvas. Of course, with different artists and painters come different perspectives, techniques, recipes, and aura at bringing new creations to the table. On this note, we bring you a bunch of watercolour artists who are painting a myriad of entrancing pieces.

Ganesh Hire

Ganesh Hire is an exceptional watercolour artist. He specialises in portraits and landscapes. Exuding details, accuracy, depth and passion in all of his pieces, Ganesh Hire, manipulates the soft pigments to create real life artworks. His portraits are very realistic, yet they’ve an unearthly touch to them which elevates the piece to a more nuanced work. Similarly, his landscapes or paintings of monuments, buildings, and other architectural structures, are rich in depth and one can feel the familiarity he has with the structures he so smoothly paints on his canvas.

Credits: Instagram (hireganesh)

Achintya Hazra

Achintya Hazra is a meticulous and passionate painter. His original art pieces are a combination of profound creativity, skill and strategy. In fact, quite recently, one of his very scrupulously intricate and realistic painting of a boat at a shore was selected for the 105th National level Annual Exhibition by The Art Society of India. Achintya Hazra’s excellence lies in his versatility with turning everything around him into his own canvas. He not only paints landscapes and portraits, but is adept at painting all kinds of subjects: nature, flowers, forests, and in-animate objects.

Credits: Instagram (achintya_hazra)

Harshwaradhan Devtale

Harshwaradhan Devtale is another watercolour artist you must check out! His area of expertise and interest lie in the Indian rural and village spaces. It is honestly enthralling to scan through the many thatched and wooden roofs of the village houses he’s painted. There’s an aura of deep resemblance and filiation between Harshwaradhan and the village spaces that he paints. While we get to see cityscapes in paintings and art, we seldom get to embrace the unique atmosphere that pervades in the villages. Harshwaradhan Devtale brings the bareness of the village life on to the paper in the smooth pigments of watercolours.

Credits: Instagram (harshwardhan_devtale)

Kanth Raj

Kanth Raj is an adept with watercolours. His paintings are a vivid declaration of his close relationship with the colours and the canvas. The more you look at his art pieces the more you understand the balancing of the colour tones, the culmination of the shades, the details, and a realistic portrayal of his scenery. Moreover, his painting titled “Creative landscape-18” was a part of International Watercolor Society India Biennale 2022! 

Credits: Instagram (kanthraj_n)

Prabal Mallick

Prabal Mallick is a self-learned and self-trained watercolour artist. During his early childhood days only, Prabal was awestruck by art works and patterns around him, in his house or outside. Soon, Prabal, of course imitated those and it wasn’t long before he started making his own art works and paintings. Prabal’s surroundings are his art inspirations. His art gallery is rich with a variety of subjects. Nature, humans, flowers, trees, landscapes, all of the world’s creations have been beautifully painted down by Prabal Mallick in a plethora of hypnotic colour shades on his canvas.

Credits: Instagram (prabal.mallick)

Gurumukh Singh

Gurumukh Singh is another exceptional watercolour painter. What sets his paintings apart is his preference of highlighting darker colour shades in his paintings. Adeptly painted, with an eye for capturing moments into paintings, Gurumukh Singh adds his own element into them. The dominance of the dark tones add an aura of intensity and depth which makes his pieces an enigma to observe and breathe in.

Credits: Instagram (gurmukhsingh0989)

Madhusudan Das

Madhusudan Das loves painting the very moment he’s witnessing. With his clean canvas and paint brush, he sways the colour tones into a melody of familiarity, closeness and beauty. He is especially fond of painting human activities in any space. Many of his paintings have candid human beings, tangled in their daily life events. His paintings capture time in their true essence, and brings Madhusudan Das’s perspective to the world in a vivid capacity.

Credits: Instagram (Madhusudan Das)
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Musical Compositions With A Desi Twist: Indian Classical Instruments

Indian classical instruments and instrumental music is an enrapturing category of music, one you should definitely not miss out on!

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Music is created through so many mediums and instruments. Music is truly the culmination of the artistic endeavours in their truest forms. Musical instruments form the basis of any song. They’re the harmony to the singer’s harmonisation. They’re the very pipeline of inventiveness, creativity, and finesse. When it comes to Indian classical instruments, it is truly another phenomenon, another dimension! The grace, poise, and intricate sinew of Indian musical instruments are truly enchanting. On that note, we present to you some beautiful instrumental covers.

Pasoori x Cheap Thrills – V Minor

The Kerala Based Band, V Minor, consisting of seven members, are mastering musical instruments, adding the perfect balance of desi twist to their mashups. They mix and master English songs with Bollywood music, all of that with the fusion of the Indian instruments like the tabla, harmonium, mridangam, etc. V Minor deliver a beguiling and head bobbing remix of the songs ‘Pasoori’ and ‘Cheap Thrills.’ The band has its own element and flavour which makes the remix an another aura of distinct originality.

Credits – YouTube V Minor

An Indian Tribute To Imagine Dragons’ Believer – Tushar Lall

Indian music and Indian classical instruments are truly an enigma of their own. Intricate and complex, yet so alluring and enchanting, is the Hindustani music that it leaves us all beguile. Imagine Dragons, as we all know, is a globally famous band which has released some much loved music. Tushar Lall, along with his team, highlights the intricacy and wonders of the Indian classical instruments like the Sitar, the Tabla, the Sarangi and the Harmonium, in their own rendition of Imagine Dragons’ song, ‘Believer’.

Credits – YouTube Corning® Gorilla® Glass

Jashn-E-Bahaara x Muzhumadhi – Mahesh Raghvan

Mahesh Raghvan takes full opportunity to deliver a fervent and heartfelt instrumental cover of his favourite composition of A.R. Rahman’s: Jashn-E-Bahaara, remixing it with kollywood music, Muzhumadhi. The twist in this phenomenal cover is that Mahesh Raghvan plays the instruments digitally, and the control he has over the rhythms! There are numerous instrumental elements in the cover which will tickle your ears in the best possible ways.

Credits – YouTube Mahesh Raghvan

Kesariya of Brahmāstra – Divyansh Shrivastava

Divyansh Shrivastava, truly the man of one weapon, needs only the flute to completely enrapture his audience. Standing against a beautiful lake side, Divyansh plays a melodic cover of the song ‘Kesariya’ with his flute. Flute, which is known to be an extremely difficult instrument to master and play seems like a piece of cake in his hands. The soulful passion and the mastery over the flute can be felt through the screens. Divyansh Shrivastava is a dexterous flute artist, one you must check out!

Credits – YouTube Divyansh Shrivastava Flutist
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Embrace the Joy of Dancing

The passion to just dance while the world falls apart is truly commendable and the same is reflected in these dancers.

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The art of dance is a powerful and transformative experience that has the ability to heal and bring a sense of certainty in uncertain times. Dancing has been used as a form of expression, therapy, and even spiritual practice for centuries. It allows individuals to connect with their emotions and bodies in a way that can be both cathartic and empowering. Dancers may have different motivations for why they dance. Some dancers may dance as a form of self-expression, using their bodies to communicate emotions and stories. Others may dance to achieve grace and poise, while some may dance simply for the joy of moving to music. Regardless of the reasons why they dance, all dancers share a deep passion for the art form. Today we bring to you such passionate dancers that you need to keep an eye out for.

Unholy X Apsara – Rohit Gijare

Choreographed by Rohit Gijare, this fusion is brought to life by Gijare and his team, Aaliya Islam, Anjali Mehta, Jeremey Davidson, Revati Mahurkar, and Sruthi Palanippan. Grooving to the mashup melody of “Unholy” and “Apsara” that took the Instagram reels trend by storm towards the end of 2023, this fusion acts as the perfect blend of tradition meets modern. The transition from “Unholy” to “Apsara” is so smooth that it makes one scream SLAY!  

Credits: YouTube (Rohit Gijare)

Ghodey Pe Sawaar – Renuka Deshpande

If this iconic song ever had a visual performance it would probably be Renuka Deshpande’s dance cover. Beautifully articulating each word of the lyric Deshpande gives the song a much-needed visual. From her eyes to her fingertips not even one bit is out of place. Dancing to the melody of such a hyped-up song is not an easy task, but Deshpande manages to make it look so effortless that it leaves the audience in awe.  

Credits: YouTube (Renuka Deshpande)

Varaha Roopam – Nidhi and Neha

Donned in the traditional Bharatnatyam costume from head to toe, the dancing sister duo Nidhi Ram and Neha Ram put on an elegant performance. Moving to the beats of Varaha Roopam from the movie Kantara, the synchronisation showcased by them is something that is achieved after weeks or months of practice. Gracefully transitioning from one stance to another, the sisters showcase how you can become one with the song through dance.

Credits: YouTube (Nidhi & Neha)

Raataan Lambiya & Ranjha – Urvashi Pardeshi

A mesmerizing performance by Urvashi Pardeshi brings to life the emotions that both songs carry. Just when you think all is happy and beautiful Pardeshi manages to leave you spellbound by transitioning from the happy phase of “Raataan Lambiya” to the sad phase of “Ranjha”. The transition is so swift yet gradual that it leaves you stunned physically yet moves you emotionally at the same time. 

Credits: YouTube (Urvashi Girish Pardeshi)

As the digital space is getting more and more accessible all over the world, the amount of inspiration a dancer can draw from it is endless. With such innovative dance covers coming out almost every day the possibility of running out of ideas seems impossible.

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