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Vadodara varsity's online archive of classical music

09 Mar 16
There’s a wow news for classical music lovers. Soon, there could an online archive of classical music as MS University of Vadodara may develop one to mark 130 years of its commencement. Classical artists, known for their elaborate and expressive art music, from across the country will be performing for two days from March 13. Day 1 of the musical event will witness the performance of santoor player Pandit Shivkumar, among others. The University’s faculty of performing arts will raise funds through the event and use it to digitise their library of music, which they claim has recordings which are as old as 100 years. The university also plans to digitise the lectures, seminars and workshops on music.

Vajra-Mushti: A Lost Heritage of Wrestling

22 Oct 17

Vajra-musti refers to a knuckleduster-like weapon and also a form of Indian wrestling in which that weapon is used. The weapon is sometimes also called Indra-mukti which means Indra's fist. Usually ...
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Bahi Dooj: A Festival of Love Between Siblings

22 Oct 17

India is a country where all festivals are celebrated with joy and devotion. Bhai Dooj is a festival celebrated by Hindus of India and Nepal on the second Lunar day of Shukla Paksha in the month of ...
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NASA to Challenge the Space Radiation Barriers

21 Oct 17

As per the scientists till now space radiation is the biggest challenge for a human journey to red planet. It is also true that NASA is building technologies and counter measures to guarantee a saf ...
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The Incredible Journey of Field Hockey in India

20 Oct 17

The first non-European team that become a part of the International Hockey Federation was the India national field hockey team. National Field Hockey team won its first ever Olympic gold medal in t ...
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Revealing the Glittering of Gold in Medieval Period

20 Oct 17

Gold has long been known for its royal glitter and colour. The threads of gold have been beautifying the clothing and textile for centuries. In order to restore, preserve and date artefacts scienti ...
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