This painting symbolizes or showcases that each syllable is portrayed by a person, which strung together form words. In this case they go on together each group making a word to form a prayer.
MUMBAI, India – Three years past, author Varun Shah was hit with the inspiration to write a fantastical tale of magical lands and psychic abilities. In the intervening years, he read, he traveled and studied storytelling, and the sum of those experiences finally allowed him to conjure up the story in “Drums of Hope” (published by Partridge India).
Going deep into the heart of the psychic nature of mystical journeys, the story of Burzen-garth tells of a magical land that makes its self known through the eternal struggle of the mind to cope with foreign bodies—the battle against disease. Across the land are strange beasts that, good or bad, are all symbolic of the psyche and the magical nature of how healing work’s on the body. As the story unfolds, strange ways are brought to light as the journey of the hero transforms into the work of destiny.
“Drums of Hope” is a little memento of the work of an ageless dream that Shah means to portray what humanity constantly searches for in philosophical, classical and spiritual literature. In presenting this story, Shah hopes to inspire his readers to come to a series of realizations that will allow them to creatively de-stabilize a bad or demonic perception of life. tale with strong underpinnings of philosophical, spiritual literature.
IN here. I am posting a clip from the 40 minute long song based on the folk tale Ali Baba & the 40 thieves.
I would be delighted if you went ahead and heard the piece of Baroque art composed by me.
Chalis Chor, A song based on the folk tale Ali baba & 40 theives, Is worth listening to on CD baby.
There’s a link I”ll put up for you. Check it out. It’s pretty cheap, and a very interesting hear. It’s got all kinds of instruments going on with strange beats some of you would really enjoy. The hair at the back of my head stood up when I heard it.
This really some music that pleases the soul.
Thanks guys if you read this article & give me a feedback if you heard the song.
Here’s the link : http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/vas1
Three Cheers! Varun
Aroha – Sa Ga Pa Re ma Ni Re Ga
Avroh – Sa No Dha Pa Re Ga Re Ga Sa
Samay – Savere (Morning) 8 – 11 or Shyam (Evening) 6-8
The Song is played to the tune of Rag Yaman with a lower Ma.
To know the childish self Of Bhagvan Ganesh this rag is played.
One begins to realize the inner self. which in its state is a child.
The Notes also bring a peace and joy to the heart.
At this time of the Rag, Bhagvan Ganesh usually goes out to play with his friends.
Hairy verses and cotton reeves,
dissimilar from wicked thieves…
an outsider, far beyond
one word. . .
clock’s go whirring by
one look , it’s a cats eye
short and form its a woven kind,
cottage cheese from a devi’s mind.
Thrimble , thrumble one of nine’
Seven sandals is a mans mime’
One word spoken thrice
Man, you know I heard it twice’
Look! Scratch a monkeys night.
Aged man from far above ‘
Calling home though he knew none
Drum hum chuckle n chum
Whisper is a mans light.
Of you go, shush!!! quiet.
Noddy nod, quiet cod’
Simple chatter, slurring shire
Gup! Out we go