World Sufi Spirit Festival

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World Sufi Spirit Festival on February 22nd and 23rd, 2013 at Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur is giving a great opportunity to experience the divine god within us. The age-old art of those pilgrims from the past, travelers of the spirit will be revealed through dance, music, singing and rituals by traditional artists from Rajasthan, Egypt, Iran, Mongolia, China, Zanzibar, and the Comoros Islands. They will present the beauty of a spiritual art inspired by Sufism.

Various artists like Wang Li(China), Fareed Ayyaz and party ( Pakistan), Kailash Kher (India), The Musician of Nile(Egypt) and Vahdat Sisters(Iran) to name a few will be there to mesmerize you.

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The principal aim of this festival is to witness the traditions of the East, Asia and Africa to the rich heritage of India.

This year, not only the fascinating heritage of Rajasthan will be present but we will also discover the exceptional technique of Anuj Mishra and his exceptional dance only after discover still the deep roots of Hindu and Dravidian southern India.

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Programme Details are as follows ….
Mehrangarh Fort – Jodhpur – Friday 22nd February

7.00 AM
Bhajan songs from the Bhopa Nayak jat community
Mohissa – Chiru district – Rajasthan
Jaswant Thada

11.00 AM
Adivasi tribal art expressions
Rajasthan – India
Mataji Temple

11.00 AM
Kallaripayyat martial Art from Kerala by the young artists of The Aseema Trust
Foundation directed by Veppanthangudi Ramachandra Rao Devikra
Kerala – India
Daulat Khana Chowk

11.00 AM
Film
Art gallery at Zenana Deodi

12.00 PM
Manganiyars and the Langas children workshop
Rajasthan – India
Zenana Deodi

12.00 AM
Qawwalli Party
Rajasthan – India
Bhure sa ki mazzar – (Dargah)

1.00 PM
Bardic Divas – Women voices of Central Asia
Ulzhan Baibussynova – singing
Kazakhstan
Raushan Orazbaeva – kobyz
Kazakhstan
Nadira Pirmatova – Singing & dutar lute
Uzbekistan
Moti Mahal – Darbar concert I
In partnership with AKMI – Aga Khan Music Initiative
Aga Khan Trust for Culture

4.00 PM
Kallaripayyat martial Art from Kerala by the young artists of the The Aseema Trust
Foundation directed by Veppanthangudi Ramachandra Rao Devikra
Kerala – India

5.00 PM
Adivasi tribal art expressions
Rajasthan – India
Mataji Temple

6.00 PM
The art of kathak by Anuj Mishra – Lucknow Gharana
Lucknow – India
Moti Mahal – Darbar concert II

8.00 PM
Qawwalli night
First part – Artists to be announced
Second part – Asif Ali Khan, Manzoor Hussain, Santoo Khanqawwal & Party
Pakistan
Parade ground

11.30 PM
Into a Sufi world of ritual and dance
The Nile Sufi – A Sufi ritual from a village of Upper-Egypt
Sheikh Ghanan and the Sufis of Deir
Egypt
Chokhelao Garden

Mehrangarh Fort – Jodhpur – Saturday 23rd February

7.00 AM
Bhajan
Rajasthan – India
Jaswant Thada

11.00 AM
Kallaripayyat martial Art from Kerala by the young artists of the The Aseema Trust
Foundation directed by Veppanthangudi Ramachandra Rao Devikra
Kerala – India
Daulat Khana Chowk

11.00 AM
Film
Art gallery at Zenana Deodi

11.00 AM
Adivasi tribal art expressions
Rajasthan – India
Mataji Temple

12.00 AM
Chota Divana concert – Manghaniyars and the Langas children with Gazi Khan Barna
Rajasthan – India
Chokhelao Garden

12.00 AM
Qawwalli party
Rajasthan – India
Bhure sa ki mazzar – (Dargah)

1.00 PM
Saeid Shanbehzadeh – The art of the bagpipe
Iran
Bagpipe artists of Bikaner
Rajasthan – India
Moti Mahal – Darbar concert I

4.00 PM
Kallaripayyat martial Art from Kerala by the young artists of the The Aseema Trust
Foundation directed by Veppanthangudi Ramachandra Rao Devikra
Kerala – India
(venue to be decided)

5.00 PM
Adivasi tribal art expressions
Rajasthan – India
Mataji Temple

6.00 PM
Homayoun Sakhi – The art of rubab
Seiar Hashemi, tablas
Afghanistan
Moti Mahal – Darbar concert II
In partnership with – AKMI Aga Khan Music Initiative
Aga Khan Trust for Culture

8.00 PM
Into a Sufi world of ritual and dance
Meshk Ensemble of Mevlana
Turkey
Chokhelao Garden

11.00 PM
After party
Travelling to the mix of Sufi beating and the spiritual world of music
Chokhelao Garden courtyard

Mehrangarh Fort – Jodhpur – Sunday 24th February

7.00 AM
Bhajan
Rajasthan – India
Jaswant Thada

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