After being consumed by the hassles of our daily life, one stops noticing how beautiful life can actually be. Our hectic everyday drill, blurs the essence of life sometimes and just to rejuvenate, we all need to catch a break!

In 2017, Delhi was the proud host of India’s first global Sufi festival known as the Sufi Route where music oracles and prominent poets gathered to celebrate the rich Sufi culture with an evening of qawwali and stirring poetry renditions.

This year, the much-awaited festival is back to the Capital for the 2nd edition with a momentous line-up featuring renowned musicians!

British singer-songwriter of Azerbaijani origin, Sami Yusuf, will be making his debut in India and along with him, the concert will be headed by other Sufi artists as well, such as the Nooran Sisters, Dhruv Sangari, Satinder Sartaj and so on.

To make your night even more overwhelming, the authorities have roped in the music maestro himself- Mr. A. R. Rahman, ladies and gentlemen!

With songs like khwaja mere khwaja, kun faya kun, arziyaan and many others, Mr. Rahman has managed to find a place in all our playlists.

The Academy Award winner will surely take you on a journey like never before and we bet that his voice will tug the chords of your heart like always. A. R. Rahman showers us with new sounds and meanings every time he sets his heart on a project and honestly, he stands invincible. His soft yet sensational vibes are like no other and we’re sure that you wouldn’t want to miss out on this one!

So this season, give yourself some time out of your routine and relish it with a musical Sufi concert. Let loose of your daily regime and experience the charms of a melodious Sufi music at Kalagram in the Garden of Five Senses!

So Dilliwalo what are you all waiting for? Hurry up and book your tickets before all the seats gets filled up!

Location: Kalagram- Garden of Five Senses, Delhi

When: 9th February, Saturday

Timing: 4 pm to 10 pm

Cost: ₹6000 onwards

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