Jaipur to host Jahan-e-Khusrau, a celebration of sufi music and traditional storytelling
With yet another event for the city folks, Jahan-E-Khusrau is back in Jaipur, to take you on a musical journey. Celebrating enchanting sufi-music, the 2-day festival will commence from November 19. Organised by Rumi Foundation and Rajasthan Tourism Board, the Jahan-E-Khusrau carnival will feature storytelling and poetry through an eclectic line-up of sufi performances.
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The divine 2-day event, commencing with Moomal – Rooh-e-Registaan, a ballet composed and directed by Muzaffar Ali. In which, Avenav Mukherjee will be seen as Rana with Dastango Askari Naqvi and a group of Kathak dancers. The first day will also witness Naara-e-Mastana, a sufi composition by Javed Ali. The audience can emerge in another dance ballet helmed by Ali, Huma – the celestial bird, with Neha Singh Mishra. A group of Kathak dancers will opening the celebrations on November 20.
The festival will conclude with Sada-e-Sufi performance by famous sufi artists Nooran Sisters.
An evening just for your soul
Art transcends everything that limits man, and music specifically, has a route to the soul and comes across as a way of sacred expression of the body. This idea is also known as Jahan e Khusrau. Each year reinventing itself, this year Jahan-e-Khusro is bringing you all this and more.
Date : November 19 -20
Where : Open Air Theatre, Masala Chowk