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Spirituality unbound

Spirituality unbound
Ruhaniyat, one of the oldest and the largest Music festival, is all set to start its journey of spreading peace and harmony. In its 14 year now, Ruhaniyat will be presented on 29 November  at Delhi’s Purana Qila. What makes Ruhaniyat a soulful experience is that the performers are carriers of living tradition; simple, unheard of but immensely talented people from across the country that live the teachings through their dedication to their art.

As always, this year Ruhaniyat will feature a series of acts and artistes, some never seen before that would leave the audience with a feeling of peace and joy. Apart from the Indian artistes, this festival will be presenting ‘Mystic Pathways’, an Indo-Bulgarian production that will trace the musical journey connecting Bulgaria with the gypsies of India.

This year once again, Ruhaniyat in Delhi is supported by Incredible India, Bank of America, JSW and CNBC TV 18.

Conceived by Mahesh Babu way back in the year 2001 in Mumbai; the 14 glorious years have indeed been very special for everyone- the artists, audiences and our partners. And yet, there is so much to explore from Ruhaniyat… the journey is uncut!

Adds Mahesh Babu, Managing Director, Banyan Tree Events, ‘What is most satisfying is the fact that the performers, most of them discoveries of Ruhaniyat, have now become well known faces and are being invited for various festivals not just in India but in other countries as well. Through the journey of 14 years, 10 cities each year the festival has touched the lives of over 2000 artists. We look forward to continuing the journey for many more years to come.’
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