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January 28, 2017

We are proud to have Rochelle as one of Caesurae members. As a creative artist, she came over to Gangtok for a Haibun and Haiku workshop and readings in a Caesurae-Rachna collaborative event, at  the Rachna Bookstore. Caesurae members met her for the first time at the...

January 28, 2017

Shri Bhabanishankar Dasgupta is the elder son and disciple of the living legendary Sarode Maestro Padma Bhushan (Pt.) Buddhadev Dasgupta. 

Raga Kedara, belonging to the Kalyan thaat, is a Night Raga, which is resplendent with the beauty of love. While the raga could b...

My son has entered the world of Carnatic music after what seems a long while. He is a genuine seeker and he wants to understand, what he refers to as the ‘emotive art’, and experience the spiritual satisfaction offered by it. But he is also a restless modern man and he...

The dhrupad which has sunk into oblivion today, was the predominant form of classical vocal music in medieval India. It was sung to the accompaniment of pakhawaj and not the tabla. The pakhawaj was a cylindrical drum like instrument which was played with the palms. The...

Carsten Wicke remains one of the very few international rudra veena players today who shows expertise both in the Khandarbani and the Dagarbani style of dhrupad. Born in Germany, Carsten was trained there as a vocal musician and learnt violin as a child. His foray into...

January 27, 2017

Pt. Chetan Joshi, is a well-known name in the music world. He is a noted flautist in the Hindustani Classical Music tradition. He was born in Jharia and brought up at Noamundi and Bokaro Steel City. He was trained under Late Acharya Jagadish (Bokaro), Late Pandit Bhola...

January 27, 2017

Ashok is a Caesurae member and an academic. Yet the fine artiste in him often times finds expression through music and graphic paintings. These images are like the tip of an ice-berg, and the viewer is left to his/her own free play of fantasy and imagination to constru...

January 27, 2017

Sanket Agarwal’s photography, is like holding up mirror to Nature. He catches the spirit of Mother Nature in the mountain landscapes of the Beyul land (Sikkim). “Beyul” or “Shang-rila” – the myth of the land of Paradise weaves its story through the clouds, the blue rid...