“India’s Musical Custom” is the ninth track in Hinduism Right now’s Historical past of Hindu India Music Video collection. It’s a track for youngsters meant to enhance the third of our standard Historical past of Hindu India documentaries, “Hindu India: 1000 to 1850.” The documentaries and songs neatly complement the research of India and the Hindu faith in American center faculties. This video that includes singers and composers Aks and Lakshmi provides the scholar a glimpse into India’s advanced musical custom.
Produced by Hinduism Right now
Music and Video: Aks and Lakshmi (http://www.youtube.com/EclipseNirvana)
Lyrics: Dragan Stojkovski
Subtitles: Igro Burenkov (https://www.upwork.com/fl/burenkov, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Full Historical past Collection Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?record=PLkA3jcdbA5kTwKf5gHchrJliKCMTM__7B
Music Movies for this Documentary:
Half One, Tune One, “Let’s Go Again 6,000 Years:” https://youtu.be/YHS7dyN6sgM
Half One, Tune Two, “That is What Hindus Imagine” https://youtu.be/PAzBZa-FBOo
Half One, Tune Three, “Hindus Love Celebrations” https://youtu.be/URoNuvY1wx4
Half Two, Tune One, “Ten Centuries of Progress” https://youtu.be/pFOTcm0Jq_4
Half Two, Tune Two, “Metropolis and Village Life” https://youtu.be/CsNaeE4bgBY
Half Two, Tune Three, “Sanskrit Tradition Blossomed” https://youtu.be/z3zfjXNDIEU
Half Three, Tune One, “Exhausting Instances Fell Upon India” https://youtu.be/H8U-A-2BXrw
Half Three, Tune Two, “The Devotional Bhakti Motion” https://youtu.be/dnlXj0IobIw
Half Three, Tune Three, “India’s Musical Custom” https://youtu.be/ZARxQgY2oKQ
Half 4, Tune One, “Swami Vivekananda” https://youtu.be/nPjMq-hMXcI
Half 4, Tune Two “The British Raj” https://youtu.be/zHfvO35NYiA
Half 4, Tune Three, “India’s Combat for Freedom” https://youtu.be/yshPlbzdUks
Half 5, Tune One, “India Awakes to Life and Freedom” https://youtu.be/VVonzUGYphs
From Historical Instances: https://youtu.be/dBZRTzXARWM
300 to 1000ce: https://youtu.be/j0kLX2aPgo8
1000 to 1850 ce: https://youtu.be/Lr8Qx0SyrYI
1850 to 1947: https://youtu.be/nx_vSuduwAk
1947 to Current: https://youtu.be/eVnqJHO3PcY
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The Historical past of Hindu India (Half Three) was developed by the editors of Hinduism Right now journal in collaboration with Dr. Shiva Bajpai, Professor Emeritus of Historical past, California State College Northridge. It’s meant to supply an genuine presentation of the historical past of India and Hinduism to be used in American center and highschool lessons, in addition to Hindu temple research teams and common shows on the Hindu faith and historical past.
This documentary is predicated on the third chapter of the textbook, “The Historical past of Hindu India,” printed in 2011. It covers Indian historical past from 1100 to 1850 ce, from the Arab Muslim invasions to British rule, a time of nice issue for the Indian folks. These in depth international invasions are recounted, together with the plunder of the nice Siva temple at Somnath, and the institution of the Mughal Empire by the 16th century in most of India, its subsequent decline by the mid-18th century and the gradual management of India by the British. The documentary gives an account of the saints of the highly effective Bhakti Motion, together with Ramananda and Kabir. One part is dedicated to an summary of the Sikh faith, from its founding within the 16th century by Guru Nanak to formation of the Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh within the 18th century. That is adopted by a quick introduction to Indian music and its fundamental ideas of tala (rhythm), raga (scale) and improvisation.
For extra data and for sophistication lesson plans primarily based on the guide, go to www.hinduismtoday.com/training/. This documentary is directed and produced by Sushma Khadepaun; produced and narrated by Roger (Raj) Narayan. Funded by the Uberoi Basis, Institute for Curriculum Development, this movie could also be freely distributed for academic functions.