JHU Holi weekend has got even bigger this year. The concert will help us to fund various projects with the theme of this years HOLI is wildlife conservation.
The projects include
1) Tiger watch in Ranthambore National Park.
2) Solar Fence to reduce man vs animal conflict near Tadoba Wildlife Sanctuary.
3) Paivihir eco village to restore forests around Melghat Tiger reserve.
All of the above projects have got EXCELLENT ratings in AID.
We have holi colors to be played on Sat March 30th (tentative) at 10 am to 2 pm. The event will have FREE INDIAN LUNCH
Plus a very rare Santoor Concert by India's leading emerging young Santoor Artist Kunal Gunjal.
Santoor is a rare instrument with origins in Persia and widely adapted in Kashmir.
Kunal is disciple of world renowned Pt Shivkumar Sharma.
Experience the magic of the Kashmir valley right here in Baltimore.
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All of us share an interest in sacred chant known as "kirtan," a devotional practice of singing, drumming, and participating in group energy for the purpose of elevating the spirit, building community, and realizing interconnectedness. The practice originated in India millennia ago, but has been popularized in the West by singers such as Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, Wah!, Dave Stringer, Deva Premal, Bhagavan Das, David Newman (Durga Das), etc. This list will be a place to share information about local kirtan events and other sacred/vibrational singing, music, and/or drumming in the Metro DC area.