Tag Archives: Hindustani
Namaste, Vanakkam, Salaam!!!
After nearly five months of eating masala dosas, bhel puri, and thalis, I am back to eating…dal, rice, and subjis. Hmmm…okay, so not much has changed food wise, but I am back in the US of A. My time in … Continue reading
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What do surbahars, books, and sitars all have in common?
The Answer is: Thursday October 9, 2014 they will all be hanging out with Chris Moore on WQED! The program is called Pittsburgh 360 and it airs at 7:30pm EST. It is safe to say Hindustani music is starting to … Continue reading
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Riyaz is first and most important, all else is second.
Hello Everyone, Welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit my webpage. This letter is slightly overdue, but arrived nonetheless. As last year withered away and this new 2014 has crept in and taken root, I have been … Continue reading
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