India’s biggest mystic music festival, Ruhaniyat is back in a new avatar. Over the years, Ruhaniyat festival has been criss-crossing history, geography and musical streams featuring solos, group presentations, specially curated global productions that melt boundaries and create musical bridges of universal brotherhood, love, harmony, peace and joy!
When in the midst of all the chaos surrounding the pandemic and the lockdown, for most, connecting with the divine, in whatever way, seemed like a soothing balm, a ray of hope.
As November arrived, we at Banyan Tree helplessly looked at the scenario which was far from suitable to take off on our annual Ruhaniyat journey. Finally, the wait is over and we are all set to present Ruhaniyat once again. Though except Mumbai, it will not be a physical concert, yet we are thankful to present Ruhaniyat in a digital format to all our loyal audiences across the country.
And, despite the difficult times to be able to present Ruhaniyat in all the eight cities, once again, we are truly grateful to our national partners, Tata Consultancy Services, for joining hands with us yet again.
In each city, every digital version will be a specially curated Ruhaniyat concert. Each will be a combination of freshly shot performances as well as some exceptional performances from our Ruhaniyat archives, keeping in mind the taste of each city and acts which they might have missed out over the years.
Digital Ruhaniyat concert in Hyderabad will be presented on April 4 at 6 pm on bookmyshow.com. Tickets are priced at Rs 350 (Including GST). For more details, Sachin Mane +91-92232313529 or email on email@example.com .
Artistes line up
· Jikir-Jari – Hafiza Beghum Chowdhury (Assam)
· A bridge across Sand Dunes – Kachra Khan & Group (Rajasthan)
· Mystic Pathways – Siberia to Rajasthan – Two Siberians (Russia)
· The Dancing Dervish of Egypt – Tannoura (Egypt)
· When Hearts Connect: Indo Belgian production Mir Mukhtiyar Ali & Group (India) with Louvat Brothers (Belgium)
· Qawwali – Chand Nizami & Group