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Ruhaniyat is back

Banyan Tree is back with the ‘All India Sufi & Mystic Music Festival’

Photo: P.V. Sivakumar

Mystic music Much-awaited festival for the connoisseurs

Ruhaniyat, the Sufi and Mystic Music festival of the Mumbai-based cultural organisation Banyan Tree Events is headed for Hyderabad on January 17 at Ravindra Bharati, Saifabad featuring Shabad singers, Mystic musicians, folk musicians, Bauls, Qawwals and the likes from across India.

The Ruhaniyat festival conceived eight years ago to promote sufi and mystic music has evolved into a prestigious event.

Having featured over 2000 Sufi and mystic musicians over the years, Ruhaniyat has become a huge platform for Indian musicians to perform in various international festivals world wide.

Ruhaniyat is being presented to the music lovers of Hyderabad with the support of CMC Limited and State Bank of Hyderabad.

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