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Sufis to regale this weekend

Sufi saints and mystics works, abounding in wisdom not only act as a soothing balm but also are a timely reminder of the human capacity to evolve and give love.

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The Whirling Derveshis from Konya, Turkey, will perform in the two-day Sufi and Mystic Music Festival, Ruhaniyat, at Horniman Circle on November 24-25 in the seventh Banyan Tree Events, the most prestigious and much-awaited annual event for the connoisseurs across the country.

Ruhaniyat is a confluence of ecstatic performers as each one is a master of his or her own art. Sufi and mystic music festival, will also be held in  Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Kolkata.

Ruhaniyat is the brainchild of Mahesh Babu, director of Banyan Tree Events —  premiere cultural organisation that works to  preserve and nurture the heritage of traditional and rare Indian performing arts through festivals of international standards over a decade.

Sufi saints and mystics works, abounding in wisdom not only act as a soothing balm but also are a timely reminder of the human capacity to evolve and give love. They knew the secret of blissful existence amidst  turmoil, making Ruhaniyat a soughtafter event.

The Jagatram group from Punjab will present Sufiana Songs, The Udavant group from Maharashtra will present Warkari Songs, The Arash Asady group from Iran and Vitthal Rao from Hyderabad will present Sufiana Kalam.

Parvathy Baul from West Bengal will present Baul Songs while Kamla Devi Bheel and group from Madhya Pradesh will present Kabirpanthi Nirguni.

Derveshis will present Sema while the Kachra Khan group from Rajasthan will present mystic songs. The Chhote Iqbal Afzal Sabri group from Muzaffarnagar and Sarfaraz Chisty and group from Muradabad will present Sufi Qawwali.
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