* Dilli Durbar 2024 – Celebrating Love and Spirituality through Gala Music

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Dilli Gharana, an excellent organisation that strives hard for the preservation of musical traditions of Indian Music, is all set to organise the “Dilli Durbar 2024” third edition between 23rd February to 25th February . The festival is all set to show off the resurgence of Indian Classical Music.

The resonance of Hazrat Ameer Khusro’s timeless wisdom echoes through the corridors of history, giving birth to the illustrious Dilli Gharana of music—an institution deeply rooted in the profound teachings of this 13th-century Sufi mystic.

The Dilli Durbar Musical Festival, under the supervision of the office bearers of Sursagar Society of Delhi Gharana – Syed Riyazuddin Chishty (Founder and Chief Conservator), Vusat Iqbal Khan (Co-Founder and General Secretary), and Mohd Imran Khan (Treasurer) is all set to welcome people from across the globe to experience the timeless essence of spirituality and the enchanting rhythms of different musical forms.

With a long list of participants like Syed Riyazuddin Chishty, Acharya Prashant, Imtiyaz Ali, Rekha Bhardwaj, Shubha Mudgal, Hansraj Hans, Usha Uthup, Baabarr Mudacer, Sawai Khan, Rais Anis Sabri, Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar, Vidushi Shovana Narayan, Parvathy Baul, RJ Naved, Prahlad Tipanya, Ustad Asghar Hussain, Vusat Iqbal Khan, and Padmapriya Janakiraman, Dilli Durbar 2024 will explore the convergence of spirituality and love. It will also work to promote harmony, understanding, and unity amongst the people of different religions and with different cultural backgrounds.

Previously, Dilli Gharana had organised two editions of this exquisite festival, the “Dilli Durbar – Back to Classics” in 2019 and then again in 2023. The first edition of this show was conducted at the IGNCA New Delhi for two days, i.e., 16th & 17th March 2019. The second version was held at the Kartavya Path, India Gate, between February 10th and 12th, 2023. The goal has always been to glorify and honour the lost treasure of India’s musical traditions. People from Delhi and across different cities in the country loved the festival, with over 1 lakh individuals attending the first edition.