More fun at Tattva festival @ Zorba The Buddha :)

Drum Circle.. Jamming to impromptu Grooves .. Carefree dancing.. Late Night gigs.. Bauls.. Flash Mob.. Singing Bowls.. Music for peace and the Farewell pious Fire Ceremony!! Loads of awesome moments from Tattva Festival at Zorba The Buddha packed in this quick video pot-pourri

Tattva Festival 2015 at Zorba The Buddha – a teaser :)

A quick 2 minute teaser of the amazing 3 days that we lived together at the Tattva Festival @ Zorba The Buddha 🙂 A totally unique experience it was and I returned home with a new self and new friends 🙂 Thanks everyone..blessings! More COMING SOON at >> Aditya Pathak and Youtube.com/user/adityapathakutube

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Sufi and Heritage Walk in Delhi : Sufi Shrines, Qawwalis, Sufi talks, awesome Sherbets & Food and more :)

Update: Here’s a video playlist showcasing this complete event held last year (Aug 2015) 🙂

 


Drench your Mind, Body & Soul in everything SUFI !!

Folks at Explore Heritage have come up with this unique event Sufi and Heritage Walk: Hazrat e Dilli se ek Roohani Mulaqat on AUGUST 23, 2015  ..a day long soul quenching Musical Sufiyana Safar – roaming around along the course of Yamuna visiting lesser known Sufi Shrines – listening to live QAWWALIs by few of India’s finest Khanqahi QawwalsSufi talks and authentic Sufiyana Sherbets and Food!!

Here’s a video glimpse of what lies ahead :

More Info: http://exploreheritage.in/events/sufiwalk-aug2015/

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/900438070022194/

Do join in for a unique experience!! 🙂

Sufi Walk Glimpses


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The mystical MITAWALI Chausath Yogini Temple (video)

The mystical MITAWALI – Chausath Yogini Shiva Tantric Temple! This temple dedicated to Taantric practices and meditation dates back to the 9th Century and happens to be one of our MOST FAVOURITE sites visited till date! The video is designed to be a meditation-music video of sorts with 3 original meditation audio tracks and also has some narration about the history of the place. Hope you’ll enjoy and have a meditative experience viewing this 🙂 A cozy n cool environ and nice headphones (or big speakers with bass) is advisable 🙂 Blessings for all!

Siddhachal Jain Temple Caves – Monoliths and Carvings at Gwalior

On the way up to the Gwalior fort the road climbs through a wooded gorge called the Urwahi valley. Facing it, and carved into the soaring sandstone cliff, are the imposing ‘Jain‘ monoliths that depict the Teerthankars. The Sanskrit/Hindi word “Teerth” means a destination situated at the bank of a river and “Teerthankar” would mean someone who enables a traveller to reach this destination. Symbolizing the flow of existence as a flowing river, “Teerthankar” would essentially mean an enlightened master who helps fellow beings in crossing the river and reaching the ‘destination’. The monolith statues are believed to have been carved in the 15th century under the patronage of a Tomar king.

For a video tour to these massive monoliths please see >> this post!

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More info about the carvings: http://www.touristlink.com/india/jain-monoliths-gwalior/overview.html

Sufi Rang – Kaafi : the joyous Spring and a musical voyage across Delhi

Sufi Rang – Kaafi : the joyous season of Basant Bahaar – Spring and a musical journey across the land of Sufis – Delhi! 🙂

This melody is woven around the raag Kaafi which is associated with the spring season in India. Often, several Indian traditional tunes associated to the festival of Holi and Basant are woven around this melodic scale itself. The visuals have been shot at several Sufi shrines in Delhi like the shrines of Qutub Saheb, Chirag-e-Dehlavi, Mai Saheba, Matka Pir, Hzt. Nizamuddin Auliya and some more historical places in Delhi.

Credits:

  • Music, Vocals and Video by Aditya Pathak
  • Support and Special appearance: Asif Khan Dehlvi
  • Lyrics/Traditional Sufi verses: Hzt. Shah Niyaz

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