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Sufism isn’t confined to religion, it is the path to peace

Sufi singer Dhruv Sangari popularly known as Bilal Chishty is training youngsters on different platforms in order to bridge the gap between communities through music. The 35-year-old believes people Sufi music is the best way to bring them closer…. Read article here …

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Learning from legends

Growing up in Delhi, Dhruv Sangari was exposed to various forms of music, thanks to his home environment. He started learning the basics of Hindustani music at seven, and slowly started following the works of the classical maestros, besides the mystical and spiritual Sufi and Bhakti poets. Read full article here .. 

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Sufi concert opens Sayajirao’s 150th birth anniversary celebrations

VADODARA: The 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III – the erstwhile ruler of Baroda state – will begin with a live Sufi music concert. ‘We the Barodians’, an open unstructured forum of citizens patronized by the scion of the royal family Maharaja Ranjitsinh Gaekwad, will organise the music concert as a curtain… Read more »

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Chillah courtyard plays host to launch of book on dargahs

That Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya (Delhi’s iconic 14th century Sufi saint) was against any kind of state powers and preached the message of Sufism — which is that of peace, love and harmony… That he was anti-establishment and was never himself the head of a state, but still a government unto himself…   Read full article… Read more »