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Netherlands: Expressing the unmanifest field of sound at the transcendental level of life - Gandharva Veda music concert
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24 October 2010
The artists performing in the 24 October concert of Maharishi Gandharva Veda music in MERU, Holland, were well known, award-winning and highly acclaimed musicians from India.
Ranajit Sengupta, sarod player and composer, and his wife Shirin Sengupta, renowned classical Indian vocalist, were accompanied by Sandip Gosh on tabla.
Introducing the musicians, Dr Eckart Stein continued his presentation of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's principles that music is the science and art of expressing the real nature of life, enjoying bliss in every wave of creation. The supreme value of music is achieved when music gives expression to the eternal, unmanifest field of sound located at the transcendental level of all life.
The fortunate audience included building professionals from 24 countries who have gathered in the International Capital of the Global Country in MERU to continue in Phase II of their training as Maharishi Vastu Coordinators.
They greatly enjoyed the beautiful concert in the Brahmasthan (central) room of Maharishi's residence in MERU, with encore after encore extending the programme in waves of bliss for both listeners and performers.
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