January 1, 2024

Preventive Use of Instrumental Music for Wellness

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

Sayanta Ganguly, Research Scholar, Sister Nivedita University, Kolkata West Bengal Abstract: This study delves into the multifaceted benefits of incorporating instrumental music as a preventive measure for overall health and well-being. Music has long been recognized for its therapeutic properties, but this research focuses specifically on the preventive aspects of […]

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January 1, 2024

Charulata: from the Language of Literature to the Language of Film

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

Dr. Pratiti Pramanik Dey Abstract: “Charulata,” directed by the legendary Satyajit Ray in 1964, stands as a cinematic rendition of Rabindranath Tagore’s 1901 story ‘Nashtaneed.’ The film, produced by RD Bansal, features remarkable performances by Soumitra Chatterjee, Madhabi Mukherjee, Shailen Mukherjee, Shyamal Ghoshal, Geetali Roy, and others, with Satyajit Ray […]

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January 1, 2024

‘BIHU’: AN UNTOLD STORY

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

DR. LOPAMUDRA CHAKRABORTY CHATTERJEE, MUSIC DEPARTMENT, MEMARI COLLEGE, BURDWANchakrabortylopamudra8@gmail.com Abstract:All Assamese speak the Assamese language. This language is understandable to all. But despitethe differences in the regional languages among the different tribes of Assam, the officiallanguage and the common Assamese language are the only authentic ones. Those who came andlived […]

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January 1, 2024

Women’s Brata : Rituals in Bengali Folk Culture

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

Dr. Srabani Sen, Associate Professor, Department of Music, Tarakeswar Degree College e-mail-srabanisn1@gmail.com  Mobile no- 6290242709 Brata is an age-old religious ritual practiced by women of West Bengal. Bratakhatas have an intricate relationship with the worship of gods and goddesses in the community life of the Bengali people. Bratas act to […]

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January 1, 2024

Music & Cinema : A Tool of Communication

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

MUSIC AND CINEMA – A TOOL OF COMMUNICATION Sayantika Ghosh State Aided College Teacher Department of Journalism And Mass-Communication Gobardanga Hindu College Contact no. 9804395853 Email-mimisayantika@gmail.com Abstract – As a means of expression, film serves as an instinctual recorder, preserving and producing valuable perceptible goggle. Both music and film are […]

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January 1, 2024

‘Parisodh’ and Dance Drama ‘Shyama’: The Poet’s Intentions in the Duel of Transformation

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

Priyanka Bhattacharjee, WhatsApp +918274925150, Phone number +8801831545775, Email: priyanka1995.bd@gmail.com Sound signal, Transformation, choreography, dramaturgy, dramatic compositions, metamorphosis Abstract : “Parisodh” and “Shyama” are two distinct dramatic compositions that showcase the poetic intentions of their creators through the expressive mediums of song and dance. In both instances, the core theme revolves […]

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November 1, 2023

Influence of Folk Songs in the Drama of Rabindranath

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

Dr. Amartya Mukhopadhyay Abstract: Rabindranath Tagore, a towering figure in Bengali literature and a Nobel laureate in literature, was not only a prolific playwright but also deeply immersed in the rich cultural tapestry of folk traditions. This abstract explores the profound influence of folk songs on Tagore’s dramatic works, unraveling […]

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November 1, 2023

Social Enlightenment, Preservation of Cultural Values Through Gat-Bhav

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

Vrushali Dabke-Research scholar, Sri Sri University, Cuttack. Co-author: Dr. Manjiri Deo-Sri Sri University, Cuttack. Abstract While India has a rich heritage of classical dances, what makes kathak unique is gat-bhav. This study is conducted to examine the use of Gat bhav for social enlightenment and the preservation of cultural values. […]

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November 1, 2023

Enhancing Cultural Resonance: A Comprehensive Abstract on Music Education in Chittagong

LOKOGANDHAR ISSN : 2582-2705
Indigenous Art & Culture

SWARNAMAY CHAKRABORTY Abstract: This abstract delves into the landscape of music education in Chittagong, Bangladesh, exploring its significance, challenges, and evolving paradigms. Chittagong, a city rich in cultural diversity and historical significance, has witnessed a growing interest in music education as a means of preserving and promoting its unique musical […]

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