The World Sacred Spirit Festival (WSSF), with talent from across the world to enthrall the music aficionados is organised annually by the Mehrangarh Museum Trust.
With the serene Mehrangarh Fort as the backdrop, leading exponents of Sufi and Sacred Music Culture showcase an enriching amalgamation of musical traditions that descend from across varied geographical boundaries.
WSSF brings the traditions of the East, Asia and Africa to the rich heritage of India. The ever popular Rabbi Shergil, Kavita Seth, Kailash Kher, Sabri brothers, Ustad Shujat Khan, Rock Veda Band, Mati Bani, Char Yaar and Thagni group also have given their captivating performances. Renowned artists from Egypt, Turkey, France, Paris, Mongolia, Afghanistan, China, etc along with the traditional Rajasthani folk musicians, have also performed at the Festival.
Amongst the promising musicians of the second generation, Rakesh has carved a niche for himself, as an accomplished flautist. His flute has matched note and rhythm with wind instruments of other cultures as well as having performed ‘jugalbandi’ with Carnatic instrumentalists.
Areej Sufi Ensemble
The Sultanate of Oman is anchored in a great Arab tradition that turns majestically to the immensity of the Indian Ocean towards Zanzibar and Persia. When the group leader sees that the participants and viewers are in a state of euphoria and rapture begins and consists of heavy, melodious rhythm. He performs for all the members of the group and his words contain greetings (or Salamat) from the Prophet, peace be upon him.
Engulfed in a mysterious aura and fabulous ecstatic sound, the compositions of the Korean Percussion Duo Bud cover an intense palette of human emotions through their expressions. The yanggeum is a traditional Korean string instrument. It is a hammered dulcimer. Unlike other traditional Korean instruments, the yanggeum has metal strings. It is played by striking the strings with a bamboo stick.
Kanishk Seth is a young experimental musician blending the timeless with the contemporary. Along with his band members he performs classics of the renowned poet Amir Khusrow and his original songs to create a surreal musical experience.
Ustad Bahauddin Dagar
Born into the illustrious Dagar family of Dhrupad musicians in 1970, Mohi Bahauddin first began his foray into Indian Classical Music at an early age of seven, training on the Sitar under the expert tutelage of his mother, Smt. Pramila Dagar. His vocal training with his uncle, Ustad Zia Fariduddin Dagar, his mentor helped him a great deal. The culmination of rudraveena and voice, brings in a distinctive and precise sense of timing in the cutting of the phrases whilst presenting the aalap, jor and jhala.
Walid Ben Selim
Selim is the poet of the impossible and the invisible. Inspired by the great poets of the Arab world and of the Orient, from Mahmoud Darwiche to Rumi and to the Sufi poets of Morocco, he weaves in a sweet and airy chant of old words that awaken our spirit and our soul.
Born into a Fulani family in northwestern Senegal, Papa Dimbira Sow sings to keep alive the family tradition. Like his grandfather and his maternal uncle before him, he is a singer in the tradition of the brotherhood of Qadiriya.
Kavita Seth is an Indian singer, who is most known as a playback singer in Hindi cinema, as well as a performer of Ghazals and Sufi music, and leads a Sufi musical group, Karwaan Group.
Danish Hussain Badayuni
The Manganiyar Children
Madan Gopal Singh – Chaar Yaar Group
Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
The Fort, Paota, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342006
No refund on a purchased ticket is possible, even in case of any rescheduling.
Any of the guests up to 12 years of age need to be accompanied by an adult guardian at all times.
Rights of admission reserved, even to valid ticket holders.
Beware of counterfeit tickets.
Artist programming and line-up is subject to change during the festival.
Security procedures, including frisking remain the right of the management.
Handheld personal communication devices will be permitted unless otherwise advised. As a condition of entry to the venue, you agree that the creation, storage or use of any data or any such recordings for any form of public advertisement, display, commercial gain or for any other purpose (except for your own enjoyment) is not permitted without prior written permission from Mehrangarh Museum Trust.
No tickets for the event shall be used by any person for re-sale, advertising, promotional or commercial purposes, including but not limited to prizes, competition, contests or sweepstakes without obtaining written consent of the promoter Mehrangarh Museum Trust.
No dangerous or potentially hazardous objects including but not limited to weapons, knives, guns, fireworks, lazer devices, bottles, musical instruments will be allowed in the venue and may be ejected with or without the owner from the venue.
The sponsors/bands/organizers are not responsible for any injury or damage occurring due to the event. Any claims regarding the same would be settled in court of Jodhpur.
This event uses amplified sound. Wear hearing protection at live concerts to reduce the risk of hearing damage. Earplugs are recommended, especially for children.
Strobe lighting at this event may trigger epileptic fits. Those with a history of epilepsy or any health condition that would be of concern must take adequate precautions.
No drug use – consumption of narcotics is illegal and those found in possession of or consuming narcotics at the event will be handed over to police authorities.
Carrying of liquids, alcohol, and banned substances including outside food will not be permitted in the venue.
No liability claims of food, pollution and other consumption poisoning will be entertained.
Parking near or at the festival premises is at the risk of the vehicle owner.
You shall not use or display within the venue any sponsorship, promotional or marketing materials unless authorized by written confirmation from Mehrangarh Museum Trust.
The holder of this ticket grants organizers the right to use, in perpetuity, all or any part of the recording of any video or still footage made of the holder’s appearance on any channel or magazine for broadcast in any and all media globally and for advertising, publicity and promotions relating hereto.
The organizers reserve the right without refund or other recourse, to refuse admission to anyone who is found to be in breach of these terms and conditions including, if necessary, ejecting the holder/s of the ticket from the venue after they have entered the ground.
This event will take place at the Mehrangarh Fort. Please consult your doctors/ carry prescribed medicines/ take necessary health precautions before coming.
Force majeure conditions are applicable to the event.
In case of cancellation or postponement of the event, this ticket is valid for a performance at a later date to be announced by the organizer.
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