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Spic Macay Day 5

“Art is an effort to create, beside the real world, a more humane world”
– Andre Maurois, French Author

Before the breaking of the dawn, the students and teachers were awake to rejuvenate themselves through Yoga asanas and to reflect upon the hymns of Gurbani that were sung. This followed Shramdaan.

Breathing new life into the neglected art form, Shri Belagallu Veeranna mesmerized the audience by presenting the folk art “Thogalu Gombe Aata” (Skin-puppet play). Bringing new dimension to this art form, he truly enticed the gathering. This was followed by a creative personal jazz expression and a spell-binding improvisational interplay performed by Jazz Explorer Trio, led by Lars Moller, Thor Madsen and Jonas Johansen. It was a culmination of architectural and emotional beauty. Walt Whitman, an American poet had rightly said, “Simplicity is the glory of expression,” the simple yet graceful rendition by the acclaimed Mohiniyattam Guru, Vidushi Bharati Shivaji and her disciple Vidushi Manjula Murthy was a visual treat. The recital was a culmination of grace and elegance.

The audience was then transcended to the world of music by the renowned Sitarist, Ustad Shahid Parvez.
They say that the degree of refinement an artist acquires, determines the audience’s reciprocatory ability to understand and appreciate. The audience bore witness to one such virtuoso.