Bhajans

Bhajan refers to any devotional song with religious theme or spiritual ideas, specifically among Indian religions, in any of the languages from the Indian subcontinent.. The term bhajanam means reverence and originates from the root word bhaj (Sanskrit: भजति), means to revere, as in "bhaja govindam". The term "bhajana" also means sharing.

The term 'bhajan' is also commonly used to refer a group event, with one or more lead singers, accompanied with music, and sometimes dancing. Minimally there is a percussion accompaniment such as tabla, a dholak or tambourine. Handheld small cymbals (kartals) are commonly used to maintain the beat, rhythm. A bhajan may be sung in a temple, in a home, under a tree in the open, near a river bank or a place of historic significance.

Pre-requisite:

Interest in music and curiosity to discover the joy of learning are the other prerequisites. There is no upper age limit. Music can be learnt at any age.

Knowledge of Carnatic /Hindustani music is added advantage.

 

Overview:

At Music Intuit, they provide thorough training in Bhajans. They have an extremely talented faculty who leave no stone unturned in providing the best possible training.

 

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