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Music, they say, is the expression of the soul… There is nothing in the world so much like prayer as music is.                                       - William P. Merrill Music is the language of the universe “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in  music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.”                                                                                                   ― Albert Einstein

Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be  silent.  


Sampūrṇa … … Is the bliss of being united with yourself, with every bit of life, tuned into a mellifluous rendition of music, consecrated by the divine enigma of Indian culture and mysticism, brought to you, just for you…by you!

YES !…for YOU !!…by YOU !!!...


Sampūrṇa … …The first-of-its-kind Indian Classical Music-fest, in the heart of Ratnagiri… a concert of ‘Raga-Samay Chakra’, a tribute of Indian understanding of time and timeless music, in the voices of talented artists. This is not all, the stage would witness selected persons from varied walks of life in concert, mentored by the professional vocalists, and paying tribute to the Universe !!!


Sampūrṇa & Raga-Samay Chakra In Hindustani classical music, each raga has a specific time when it can be performed. This practice is supposed to enhance the ras (mood) of the raga that the artist is responsible for evoking. Even in Carnatic music, ragas have been classified on the basis of time. There are ragas that can be sung at all times. They are called Sarvakalika ragas. Ragas like Chakravaha, Bhairavi, Kambhoji and Arabhi fall into the category of Sarvakalika Ragas.

“Raga-Samay Chakra” In Hindustani Classical Music

Ragas like Bhupala, Revagupti, Bauli, Malayamarutha, Valaji and Desakshi are to be sung before the Sun rises. After the Sunrise , ragas like Bilahari, Kedaram and Dhanyasi are sung. These ragas are also known as Prabhat ragas. Asaveri is an afternoon raga. Sriraga and Madhyamavathy are mid-day ragas. Mukhari and Begada are afternoon ragas and Ragas akin to Vasantha, Natakurunji and Purvi-Kalyani are evening ragas.


Sampūrṇa …

Conceived & Managed By


Event Budget: FACILITY

85000

Venue Rental

Travel Expense

Musicians

Car Rental

Photographer

Permissions

Projector & Screen

75000

Stage Design

Flyers

Others

130000

Event Program

F&B

50000

GIFTS & MEMENTOES

40000

GRAND TOTAL

435000

Outdoor Promotion Flyers

25000

Invitations

Sound Systems

Ad Design & Materials

PRINTING COST Postage

Lighting

Press Release

Others

Photocopying

Flowers

PUBLICITY & Mktg.

30000

Telephone Bills

Venue Design

DECORATIONS

MISCELLANEOUS


Shailesh Chavan: Event Director Mob: 8108959557 / Email: shailesh.chavan87@gmail.com


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