Soulmate on stage; Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011 (JJ Photo/Irom Prabin)
Soulmate on stage; Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011 (JJ Photo/Irom Prabin)

North-East Indian Music Festival at Jamia

The Center for North-East Studies at Jamia organized a music festival of folk dance, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Blues from the North-East titled, “These Hills Called Home,” on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, at the Safdar Hashmi Open-Air Amphitheater.

Soulmate on stage; Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011 (JJ Photo/Irom Prabin)

The event had three folk music bands: Thang Ta, a Manipuri martial art; Bihu, an Assamese folk song and dance; and Rongmei, a Naga dance.

Then there were three Western music bands: Fubar Ghetto, Stitch and Soulmate.

The program sheet had the following to say on the music festival:

“Music has bonded estranged communities, have ushered in hope and provided the self belief that ‘our voice will be heard’ over the sounds and cries of division and protest, the North-East is singing and its songs will be heard. For every story begins with a dance and a song.”

Scenes From the Event

About Khalid Jaleel

Khalid Jaleel is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science. He can be reached via email at: khalidj [at] jamiajournal.com

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  1. prodip kumar sahoo

    I like it. I like to be in connection and like to perform.
    Regards,
    Prodip kumar Sahoo
    Research scholar gauhati Uiversity
    Ph: 09435318319

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