The Art of Living, in association with MARG Brindavan is presenting ‘Naadha Vaibhavam’, a landmark event that will bring together 5000 Carnatic musicians from all over Tamil Nadu on a single stage. This first-of-its kind event is being held on 30th January, 2011 (Sunday) at Shriram Gateway, GST Road, Perungalathur (Opp. Railway Station) from 6:00 pm onwards.
Naadha Vaibhavam is a unique programme that has been conceived by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to honour and showcase the rich, musical tradition of Chennai.
The objective of ‘Naadha Vaibhavam’ is to bring the nuances of classical music across all strata of society and to offer a deep spiritual experience that goes beyond entertainment and individual virtuosic display to tap the spiritual reserves in performer and listener.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Founder of The Art of Living Foundation, which has always recognized music as Sangita Yoga as a profound and potent way of combating aggression and violence and promotes inner harmony and world peace, says, “Spirituality and music, together, can uplift people, get them out of depression and help them start a new life with enthusiasm. For a stress-free life, you have to embrace both these facets”.
The event will be live webcast at Chennaionline. For more information, please call at 99623 09838 or visit www.naadhavaibhavam.in.