Sunday, May 5, 2013
Joined in the background of this marvelous city with buffaloes , BG covers himself with ASHES to bathe in the holy GANGES......................
An amazing startling deformity.
Draw your own interpretations
shot by my guru dr glenn losack md
Shimr Ibn Thil-Jawshan was a soldier in the Ummayad army during the battle of Karbala, in southern Iraq that occurred in the year 680 AD. He was the maternal uncle of Abbas ibn Ali.
In battle, he was responsible for beheading Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of the prophet Muhammad. He was also instrumental in pillaging the camp of Husayn after raising his head on a post to declare his victory.
Although the apparent battle was won by the sadistic beheading, where Shimr began beheading the grandson of Muhammad. Shimr and his camp continued to pilliage the camp of Husayn which was only left with women and children and Husayn's son who was ill, and few belongings of no value. The army of Yazid then continued to ruthlessly drag this camp from Iraq to Syria by foot tied together with ropes.
This event, which occurred on the 10th day of the month of Muharram (October 10, 680), is known as Ashura and is commemorated by Muslims all over the world in different ways.
The battle of Karbala was prompted by Yazid ibn Muawiya's quest to obtain power over the Muslim world, which interestingly enough Husayn bin Ali expressed no interest in obtaining for himself. Lanat Ber Shimar was dushmanan e Ailbait
National Centre for the Performing Arts (India) NCPA, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr.
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The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), in Mumbai, India was established with a grant of Rs 4 million from the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust. This was later supplemented by donations from the corporate sector. Registered as a society on 8 June 1966, NCPA has also been established as a public trust, whose principal objective is to serve the cause of the performing and allied arts.
Initially, established at a temporary setup at 89 Bhulabhai Desai Road, which housed a small auditorium, listening rooms and practice facilities, inaugurated by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on 29 December 1969. Meanwhile, the 8-acre (32,000 m2) are was built on reclaimed land at Nariman Point where it is located today.
The NCPA is also the home of the Symphony Orchestra of India.
1 Principal aims and objectives
2 The Facilities
2.1 Other facilities
3 The Performances
4 See also
6 External links
Principal aims and objectives
Members of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra rehearse at the Jamshed Bhabha theater, NCPA before their performance
To establish a national centre for the preservation and promotion of classical, traditional and contemporary performing and visual arts.
To establish, equip and maintain schools, auditoria, libraries, archives, museums, studios, workshops and other facilities necessary to fulfil the above objectives.
To disseminate knowledge, promote appreciation, provide training and sponsor or undertake scientific research in these fields with the objective of further development by encouragement of innovation within India and by interaction with the arts of other countries.
Tata theater foyer
The NCPA complex occupies an area of about 32000 m2 at Nariman Point, on land reclaimed from the sea.
The three main facilities at the NCPA include the 1109 seater Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, the 1010 seater Tata Theatre and the 300 seater Experimental Theatre.
NCPA Apartments, Nariman Point, Mumbai.
The 200 seater Godrej Dance Academy Theatre
114 seater Little Theatre
Piramal Art Gallery
Jahengir Nicholson Gallery of Modern Art
Centre for Photography as an Art Form
The Mohile Parikh Centre for Visual Arts
The Jindal Arts Creative Interaction Centre
The Morarkha Center for Revival of Crafts
Theatre Development Centre
State of the art recording studio
N M Wadia Library
Reading and listening libraries
Studio for archival documentation of dance, drama and music
Teaching and research block
Computerised music research laboratory
Audio-visual archival vault with over 4,000 hours of recording and theatre research material, and a computerised databank for easy retrieval
The Performing Arts Circle
Membership of the Performing Arts Circle (PAC) is open to students, professionals and lovers of art. NCPA presents 40 to 50 events in its various spaces every month. Nearly half of these are free for members of the PAC. Members of the PAC have free access to the well-equipped reading and listening library of the NCPA.
NCPA Apartments, a residential building, which stand adjacent to the complex was built in 1995 by Shapoorji Pallonji. Today, it is one of most expensive residential building in India, in 2012 3-bedroom home was sold for over 26 crore (US$4.8 million), previously in 2007, a flat here was sold for 34 crore (US$6.2 million), and at Rs 97,000 per sq ft, it was at the time, country's record residential deal to date.
Throughout the years NCPA hosted many performances including classical, traditional and contemporary performing arts in dance, theater, and music. Notable Indian performers who performed at NCPA include Vilayat Khan, M. S. Subbulakshmi, Birju Maharaj, Kelucharan Mohapatra, Mani Madhava Chakyar, Shakuntala, Smita Patil, Parveen Sultana and Shabana Azmi.
NCPA has also attracted many international performers including Yehudi Menuhin, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Navoi Bolshoi Ballet of Uzbekistan, Marcel Marceau, Barber of Seville opera, production of Jane Eyre, and other British Council commissioned theater productions. In 2006, New Jersey Ballet staged India's first full-length classical ballet with its Nutcracker production.
These two girls were thorough professional, making me change my poses , but always saying Thank You ,,after each shot, they made me work out in the hot blazing sun , and I could just not refuse them.. they will certainly make their Guru Prof Pillai and ther parents proud .. these kids and a few others are sheer raw talent .. discovered just in time.
Thanks to Mukesh Parpiani and the efforts of NCPA..
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