Fri, 10-Nov-2017|Shri Vishnupad Mandir Prangan, Chand Chawra, Gaya (Bihar)
Thumri Mahotsav organised by Sangeet Natak Akademi (New Delhi), Ministry of Culture (Government of India) & Sur Salila, Gaya (Bihar). This Mahotsav is dedicated to Late Smt. Girija Devi ji & Late Shri Pandit Kameshwar Pathak ji. The Mahotsav will commence from 10th November to 12th November every day from 07.00 p.m. Guruji Pandit Chunnulal Mishra Ji will also be present on November 10 at this festival.
A Celebration of Music
Sun, 29-Oct-2017|saheliyon ki bari, fairmont Jaipur
The Best Musical Minds Under One Roof:Immerse yourself tomorrow morning with soul stirring performance of Pandit Chhannulal Mishra. MTV INDIA Music Summit is a congregation of music lovers and musicians under one marquee and the kind that straddles a rare variety of genres; from Hindustani and Carnatic classical to jazz, folk, devotional, electronica and more.The Summit is designed to dissolve the distance between the stage and the audience, where the energy of the music, musicians and music lovers become one. Celebrate the music and become a part of the magic.
Concert at India International Centre, New Delhi
Fri, 27-Oct-2017|India International Centre, New Delhi
Pt. Chhannulal Mishra ji is performing on 27th October 2017 at The India International Centre. The India International Centre (IIC) is a well known non-official organisation situated in New Delhi, India. It is a unique establishment in that it serves as a meeting place for the various cultural and intellectual offerings the city has to offer. *Detailed Information regarding the concerts will be provided later*.
SPIC MACAY Music in the Park
Sat, 09-Sep-2017|Central Park, Jaipur
SPIC MACAY was invited by the Government of Rajasthan to conduct “Music in the Park” series all over Rajasthan and Pt.Chhannulal Mishra ji performed the concert of the series on 9th September 2017 at Central Park, Jaipur.
Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Academy Honoring Program 2016
Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Academy honored Pt. Channu Lal Mishra as top personality by giving Academy Ratna award. Uttar Pradesh Culture Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Sangeet Natak Akademi Mrs. Aruna Kumari Kori presented the awards in a function held in Sant Gadgeji Maharaj Auditorium. On the occasion, the Secretary of the Department of Culture, Dr. Hari Om, Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Academy Chairman Mr. Achcelal Soni and Secretary, Mr. Jagdish Prasad and disciples including art and culture lovers and dignitaries were present.
Sun, 01-Nov-2009|Assi Ghat
Ganga Mahotsav is a five day event celebrated on the banks of the river Ganges in Varanasi. This festival is celebrated to promote Varanasi as the cultural capital of India and the Ganges as India’s lifeline. Ganga has always been an integral part of India and is considered as a thing of reverence by the Hindus. Ganga gives a sense of belonging to the people of India especially those living near the banks.
Ganga Mahotsav is organized on Dev Deepavali or the full moon day in the Hindu month of Kartik. It is believed that on the day of Dev Deepavali God descends from Heaven to take a bath in the Ganges. The banks of the river Ganga are lit with earthen lamps or diyas amidst chanting of Vedic hymns. The ghats of Ganga wear a mystic look as hundreds of people walk to take bathe in the wee hours of the holy day. Men and women take a holy dip in the river while chanting mantras and doing surya namaskar or bowing to the sun-God.
The festival also gives importance to dance and music as various cultural programmes promoting Indian dance and music are organized. Some of the exponents of Indian music have performed in this festival. They include stalwarts like Ustad Bismillah Khan, Pundit Chhanulal Misra, Girija Devi, Bal Murli Krishnan, Bhimsen Joshi, Birju Maharaj, Amjad Ali Khan, Vilayat Khan, Zila Khan, Sujat Khan and Zakir Hussein who added zest to this festival. The event is a must for all tourists to get a glimpse of the culture of Varanasi.
SPICMACAY Virasat 2009
Fri, 23-Oct-2009|New Delhi
SPIC MACAY is beginning its Virasat 2009 series in Delhi and all over the country in over 300 cities from August and it will continue till December 2009. In this series, various modules of our rich cultural heritage will be presented in schools and colleges. It will comprise of classical music and dance, folk, crafts, theatre, talks, film classics, workshops and intensives, yoga and meditation, holistic food and walks to heritage sites. About 1000 events will be conducted in India and abroad.