TCS Ruhaniyat is a music festival organised by Banyan Tree Events that features the works of Sufi saints and mystics from around the world. Carriers of living spiritual and cultural traditions including fakirs, Bauls, Kabirpanthis, qawwals, shabad singers, Warkaris, zikir-jari singers and folk exponents from across India perform at the festival, which has also featured artists from Belgium, Bulgaria, Egypt, Iran, Mongolia, Norway, Senegal, Siberia, Sudan and Turkey since its launch in 2001.
Held between November and February, Ruhaniyat has travelled to several Indian cities such as Mumbai, Pune, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar and Raipur.
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Banyan Tree Events
Founded by Mahesh Babu and Nandini Mahesh in 1996, Banyan Tree Events focuses on…
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