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‘Ruhaniyat’ is set to take connoisseur on a journey of spiritual ecstasy

‘Ruhaniyat’, an evening of Sufi Qalam (poetry) and Raqs (dance) showcased by Aamad Dance Centre on 29 November at the India Habitat Centre is set to take the connoisseurs of music on a journey of spiritual ecstasy. The event is supported by Sahitya Kala Parishad. Ruhaniyat is an Urdu word meaning ‘Soulfulness’. It is about […]

‘Ruhaniyat’, an evening of Sufi Qalam (poetry) and Raqs (dance) showcased by Aamad Dance Centre on 29 November at the India Habitat Centre is set to take the connoisseurs of music on a journey of spiritual ecstasy. The event is supported by Sahitya Kala Parishad.
Ruhaniyat is an Urdu word meaning ‘Soulfulness’. It is about an expression of mystical poetry from different states of India. The presentation will be presented through Kathak, music, and mystic poetry.

The Ruhaniyat production will feature renowned Kathak dancer Rani Khanum, accompanied by Amaan Ali (Tabla), Shuheb Hasan, Zohaib Hasan (Vocals), Bhola Kumar (Dholak), and Fateh Ali (Sitar). The dancers are Shikha Sharma, Ridhima Singh, Nisha Kesari, Priyanka Shah, and Shubhangi Goyal (Kathak). The artists will perform the verses of Surdas, Kabir, Amir Khusrau, Khwaja Usman Harooni, Fakir Baba, Azan Farid, etc.

Sufism, or Bhakti, goes beyond religion. It’s a direct connection with the creator in the quest for personal enlightenment and self-realization. Ruhaniyat invokes the elusive divinity that needs to be awakened within each one of us. In Sufism/ Bhakti, there are no barriers; it belongs to all and connects hearts and souls. It’s power that unites the (Murshid/ Bhakta) in a divine communion with the creator.

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