Shreya Ghoshal performing Ghazal : Aaj jaane ki zid naa karo, 1994.
Swarodgam Music Classes 53 Ballabh bari, Kota Rajasthan (Performance at Multipurpose school Gumanpura Kota).
Swarodgam Music Classes, 53 Ballabh bari, Kota Rajasthan India
Music Classes organised in 1990 at Subhadra Bhawan, Gumanpura Kota. It was known as “Saxena Hobby Classes” from 1990 to 1994.The Classes shifted to a new building in 1994 and now from 1994 it is known as Swarodgam Music Classes. Aprox 12000 students benifited form the class in last 20 years. Some of them are wellknown musicians now. Bollywood singer Shreya Ghoshal also practised in Swarodgam from 1994 to 1997.
The success and popularity of the class is due to the personal attention to each student and expertise of the director with years of experience and tons of talent, he can guide your musical journey with immense melodies.
The ghazal (Arabic: غَزَل, Bengali: গজল, Urdu: غزَل, Hindi: ग़ज़ल, Persian: غزل, Azerbaijani: qəzəl, Turkish: gazel, Uzbek: gʻazal, Gujarati: ગઝલ) is a form of amatory poem or ode, originating in Arabic poetry. A ghazal may be understood as a poetic expression of both the pain of loss or separation and the beauty of love in spite of that pain.
The ghazal form is ancient, tracing its origins to 7th-century Arabic poetry. The ghazal spread into South Asia in the 12th century due to the influence of Sufi mystics and the courts of the new Islamic Sultanate, and is now most prominently a form of poetry of many languages of the Indian subcontinent and Turkey.
A ghazal commonly consists of five to fifteen couplets, which are independent, but are linked – abstractly, in their theme; and more strictly in their poetic form. The structural requirements of the ghazal are similar in stringency to those of the Petrarchan sonnet. In style and content, due to its highly allusive nature, the ghazal has proved capable of an extraordinary variety of expression around its central themes of love and separation.