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An Art Not to be Forgotten

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Blessed are those beautiful raags, which, when sang, quench all spiritual thirst.

(Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Raag Ramkali)

Sikh Musical Heritage, in collaboration with all the major student Sikh Societies across London, present a series of lectures aiming to shed light on the rich musical heritage of the Sikhs.

The lecture series, a first in Sikh academia, will lead you on a journey from the beginnings of Gurmat Sangeet, Sikh music, through the decline during the last century, and to the current state we find ourselves in today.

The series begins with a lecture The Evolution of Kirtan, charting the birth of Kirtan and the various contributions made by the Sikh Gurus to the art of musical healing.

The lecture is at 7pm on the 6th December at Kings College Guys Campus, in New Hunts House, nearest tube London Bridge. Refreshments will be provided after the lecture.

Attached is a full itinerary of the lecture series.

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