Archive Month: March 2018

Singing As Stress Reliever

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Singing As Stress Reliever

When you sing, musical vibrations move through you, altering your physical and emotional landscape. Group singing, for those who have done it, is the most exhilarating  of all. It takes something incredibly intimate, a sound that begins inside you, shares it with a roomful of people and it comes back as something even more thrilling: […]

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Does Playing Music Boost Kids’ Empathy?

Another investigation recommends it does, at any rate when honed in a gathering. Music can influence us to feel nostalgic, despairing, or invigorated. It can influence us to need to move. Furthermore, another examination recommends, it can influence us to feel more associated with other individuals, particularly when we play music together. The examination, as […]

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The Role of Art in Product Design

Art is an expression made visible by a form. Numerous individuals conflate visual craftsmanship and plan just due to their numerous similitudes. Workmanship and plan both require monstrous inventiveness, an intense feeling of feel and style, passionate insight, and the capacity to recount a story through visual media. While these are convincing—and some of the […]

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THE ROLE OF INDIAN CLASSICAL DANCE IN EDUCATION

Move is the type of vibration of our body and psyche. It is a type of love through which an artist can achieve the Almighty. It is a type of Yoga. An artist can just achieve this phase through persistent preparing i.e. ‘Sadhana’. Along these lines, in my view, for the youngster who needs to […]

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Theatre olympics 2018

Recurring every year back on popular demand, theatre Olympics 2018 has opened its gates for the public from the 17th of February 2018 and is hosting one of the best theatre shows in town that are very economical/affordable and full of a powerful message at the same time. This year’s special feature goes to a […]

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The energy of music: how it can profit wellbeing

“I think music in itself is mending,” American performer Billy Joel once said. “It’s a touchy articulation of mankind. It’s something we are altogether touched by. Regardless of what culture we’re from, everybody adores music.” Most of us would wholeheartedly concur with this announcement, and it is this all inclusive bond with music that has […]

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Natasha Walker

ConferenceSeries Ltd feels great to invite you all to attend “17th World Congress on obesity & Nutrition (World Obesity 2018)” which is going to be held during September 21-22, 2018 at Osaka, Japan on a  theme ‘Exceeding the Vision towards Obesity and Nutrition’’. World Obesity 2018 welcomes nutritionist, Dietitian, researchers, industry experts, delegates, sponsors and exhibitors from all over the world to […]

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Upcoming Music Festivals in Delhi

Music festivals are looked forward to for rejuvenating ourselves from the tiresome routine. We bring to you the 3 upcoming music festivals in Delhi. Look out for them and don’t forget to attend 🙂 Muzaffar Ali’s Jahan-e-Khusrao: The Annual World Sufi music festival was launched in Delhi, 2001 and has been looked forward to ever […]

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i’m more than just a pretty face.

“I want to apologize to all the women I have called pretty Before I’ve called them intelligent or brave I am sorry I made it sound as though Something as simple as what you’re born with Is the most you have to be proud of when your Spirits has crushed mountains From now onwards I […]

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Virgin: Amrita Pritam

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Virgin: Amrita Pritam

Today, we bring to you one of the most beautiful works of the renowned Punjabi poet, Amrita Pritam. Considered to be the first prominent Punjabi female poet, she was the recipient of awards like Bharatiya Jnanpith, Padma Shri and Padma Vibhushan In her poem, “Kuwari” (Virgin), she talks about the independence of a woman from […]

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