In its third edition, Tantidhatri aims to bring together the performative work of women artists across the globe ranging from theatre, music, dance, to the visual arts, ritual and spiritual practices. She was recognized by Sanatan Das Baul as both a musical and spiritual teacher in the Baul tradition, and is now carrying forward his spiritual legacy. Soon, she started learning music from Phulmala and also visited several Baul ashrams , later Phulamala advised her to find another teacher. This page was last edited on 10 December , at In her early years, she learnt Kathak , a classical dance, from Srilekha Mukherjee.
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Her family was originally from East Bengaland migrated to West Bengal after the partition of India.
She is the founder of Tantidhatri, an international women's performance festival, and co-founder of the Ekathara Kalari school in Kerala, India for vaul in both song and traditional spiritual practice.
Views Read Edit View history. She uses elements of theatre and cantastoria or sung stories into her performances by acting out the lyrics or at times adding explanatory speeches in English.
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She is patbati an instrumentalist, storyteller and painter. University of Michigan Press. The Baul Gyan Darpan is an immersive retreat that offers the opportunity for participants to spend time with Baul Masters and soak in their music, wisdom and experience. The depth of her mesmerising performance is rooted in her deep spiritual practice, and is described by critics as "riveting" and "spellbinding.
About Parvathy As the most recognized woman Baul performer in the world, Parvathy Baul is a practitioner, performer and teacher of the Baul tradition from Bengal, India. She was recognized by Sanatan Das Baul as both a musical and spiritual teacher in the Baul tradition, and is now carrying forward his spiritual legacy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The festival will allow Indian audience to watch outstanding shows at a moderate price, and will encourage women to examine their role, receive training, meet other artists and do other collaborative projects.
This page was last edited on 10 Decemberat Gopalakrishnan 25 December The Times of India. Deciding to learn from him, she visited his ashram in Sonamukhi in Bankura district. The folk music also inspired her to pursue visual arts, painting and drawing, which subsequently led her to enroll at the prestigious university in Shantiniketan, a town founded by famous Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore.
He was initially hesitant to take on a female disciple, thus tested her dedication for a few days, paebati taking her on.
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A few people listened and some clicked photos, but a diminutive woman stood alone, listening, almost merging into the perfect frame. As the most recognized woman Baul performer in the world, Parvathy Baul is a practitioner, performer and teacher of the Baul tradition from Bengal, India. Parvathy has recorded five CD's of music and published a book on the Baul tradition through Ekathara Kalari, her non-profit institution promoting ancient Indian spiritual ras with an emphasis on Baul arts and practice.
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Showing all 4 items. The co-founder of Ekathara Kalari is her husband Sri Ravi Gopalan Nair, with whom she has also collaborated on numerous woodcut prints capturing various elements of Baul life. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. It was during this time that Mousumi was given her new name Parvathy Baul by her first guru, Sri Sanathan Das Baul, who she and Ravi continued to visit regularly.
View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro. This third edition, will take place in Kolkata from 16th till 20th of Ds Parvathy then travelled south to Kerala where she met her third guru, Ravi Gopalan Nair, who also became her husband and supported her in her Baul practice. Parvathy's technical virtuosity - her mastery of vocal pitch and tone while playing multiple instruments and dancing - has been lauded by music experts.
The festival will donate its surplus amount for education of girl children in India. Its first edition took place in Pondicherry in and the second, in Bangalore in Retrieved 30 May She is also an instrumentalist, storyteller and painter.
Her mother, a housewife, was a devotee of mystic saint Ramakrishna.