Rattan Gujadhur

[Rattan Gujadhur] Aadish Kelushkar ‘Jaoon Kahan Bata De Dil’ - A Movie Review of an Artistic Feat

Aadish Kelushkar’s ‘Jaaon kahan Batra de dil’ is a ruse, a trick, and a masterful one too. The lullaby like Mukesh song should not tempt one into a feeling that this is yet another Bollywood flick...

[Rattan Gujadhur] Demystifying Grand Bassin (or the Ganga Talao)

As we approach from Mare aux Vacoas sudden cool winds are our welcoming hosts, just like being received with open arms by a royal envoy. As we approach from Mare aux Vacoas  sudden cool winds...

[Rattan Gujadhur] In Conversation with Sandeep Ranade – Indian Classical Singer and Computer Scientist

Sandeep Ranade is a Hindustani classical vocalist, composer and educator. He performs and teaches all over the world. He has been learning music from the age of four and is currently being mentored...

[Rattan Gujadhur] Ghazal journeys: Ustadji Jagjit Singh visits to Kenya and Mauritius

By the years 1974 to 1984 the fame of the maestro started to rise like a bright red Phoenix after a long period of obscurity and extreme poverty. The old snake had shed his skin and a dramatic world...

[Rattan Gujadhur] Wild Wild Country – Review from a Buddhist’s Perspective

After I had watched the popular Netflix documentary, ‘Wild Wild Country’, the hugely popular showdown at Rajneeshpuram, Wasco and Antelope, I decided to pour myself into research of early Buddhist...
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