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The movement and stillness of water
This is the fourteenth of a 16-part series on Bangalore, which will culminate in several competitions, including a Quiz, Paint Your City, Photograph Your City, Treasure hunt, and so on for The Hindu NIE participants.
Most of Adnan Sami's songs are based on the themes of love and relationships, and feature an exciting mix of Western and Indian musical elements.
The clown of the orchestra
The bassoon looks like a bundle of sticks when it is not assembled. It acquired the image of a funny instrument mainly because some important composers assigned to it passages that mimic a funny person or action. But this wind instrument has a serio us side to it, with its great range and soft tone. Composers such as Beethoven have also written some serious passages for it.
Bangalore has always had a special place for the various West Indian cricket teams that have come visiting. The City is part of some of the best moments of cricket's history. The Karnataka State Cricket Association has planned a Cricket Walk, on the lines of Hollywood's famed Walk, in honour of the game's greats.
Josephites keep punching
St. Joseph's College is upholding its glorious tradition in sports.
Have you, of late, seen Udupi-style food being served in a garden under a tree or a striped awning or a creeper-covered iron trellis?
MOST ART forms have gradually moved into the threshold of the rich and elite. So, if you don't have your pockets full, it is better not to think about art, no matter how talented you are. But, don't we all know that every cloud has a silver ...
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