domingo, 12 de setembro de 2010

Sufi Music Of Kashmir (Sufiyana Mousiqui)

Ghulam Mohamad Saznawaz is the only existing master of Kashmiri Sufiyana Music in the world. The most tragic part of Kashmiri sufiyana music is that with the Maestro Ghulam Mohamad Saznawaz the art will be lost to posterity, now very old with his age the mastero has opened a school to teach Kashmiri Sufiyana Music free of charge but this school does not attract many students from Kashmir because of the religious and social prejudice among the majority of Kashmiris. This is sad but its true that still musicians are considered as of a lower class or of low moral and as if they can not do something useful thats why they chose to be musician.

Baul Music sufi Indian Music Parvathi Baul West Bengal India

Sufi Concert on Maulana Rumi By Kavita Seth

quarta-feira, 10 de março de 2010

Rumi read by Coleman Barks

A bit of Rumi beauty translated and read by Coleman Barks


"RUMI: Poet of the Heart," an award-winning 60 minute film produced and directed by Haydn Reiss, featuring Coleman Barks, Robert Bly, Deepak Chopra, storyteller and mythologist Michael Meade, and religious historian Huston Smith. Narrated by Debra Winger. Performances by oud virtuoso Hamza El Din and musician Jai Uttal offer inspiring accompaniment to this beautifully produced film. A lively and provocative exploration of the genius and timeliness of Rumi's emergence in the west.

In 2008 the surprising bestselling poet in America is a thirteenth-century Sufi poet and mystic named Jelaluddin Rumi. For over seven hundred years, Rumi's writings have enchanted, inspired, and enlightened Muslims, Jews, Christians, Hindus, and Buddhists. Rumi's poetry celebrates the sacred in everyday existence and transcends boundaries of time, place, and religion to speak to all people.