HERITAGE OF INDIA

 Are you proud to be an Indian? If so;
Make your children aware of our rich Heritage.

A.    Indian Classic Literature: Panchatantra & Hitopadesha
B.
    Indian Folklore: Tales of Panchatantra & Hitopadesha
C.    Indian Music:
All varieties:  Bhajans, Ghazals, Vocal Classical, Instruments, Drums.
D.    Indian Dances:
7 major types of Classical Dancing. : Kathak , Kathakali, Manipuri, kuchipuri, Mohini Atam ,  Odissi  and Bharat Natyam.
E.   Just see our Website
www.chandiramani.com
F.    E-mail ID:   mailto:%20mrchandiramani@yahoo.com

 

1.  PANCHATANTRA CLASSIC LITERATURE

Preface

Information about Panchatantra

Translators Note

Acknowledgement

Translated into   ENGLISH  by Chandiramani &Prof. Dr. S. B. Hudlikar (Germany). Touched up by :Sylvia Gidley (UK). 

Translated into   GERMAN   by Chandiramani,  Prof. Dr. S.B. Hudlikar (Germany), Touched up by Dr. A. Karl (Austria)

Translated Into  INDONESIAN   by Jyoti Daryanani and Chandiramani, Touched up by : Sri Artaria of Dian Rakyat , Jakarta.

 


PANCHATANTRA (ENGLISH)

PANCHATANTRA (GERMAN)

PANCATANTRA (INDONESIA)

PANCHATANATRA English Version - IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN FIVE VOLUMES  

 


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ACTION WITHOUT DUE CONSIDERATION

English version: published by Rupa & Company India:   rupa@ndb.vsnl.net.in


2. HITOPADESHA CLASSIC LITERATURE

Translated into  English   by Chandiramani and Prof. Dr. S.B. Hudlikar (Germany).
Translated into   German   by Chandiramani
Translated into   Indonesian  by Hidayat and Chandiramani.

Translations into German and Indonesian are under preparation.


HITOPADESHA-ENGLISH VERSION

HITOPADESHA-GERMAN VERSION

HITOPADESHA-INDONESIAN VERSION

         English Version published by Jaico Publishers India:   jaicopub@vsnl.com


3. Folklore Tales :

A. TALES OF PANCHATANTRA

B. TALES OF HITOPADESHA

C. TALES OF UNCLE TELL (Click Here)


TALES OF HITOPADESHA VOL : 1

TALES OF HITOPADESHA VOL :2

GESCHICHTEN DES HITOPADESHA TEIL:1

GESCHICHTEN DES HITOPADESHA TEIL:2

KISAH-KISAH DARI   HITOPADESHA BAGIAN:1

KISAH-KISAH DARI HITOPADESHA BAGIAN:2


The story of a sage and mouse

The story of the Washerman, a Donkey & the Dog

Die geschich te von einem weisen und einer maus

Die geschich te von einem dhobi, einem esel und einem hund

Cerita tentang seorang pertapa dan seekor tikus

Cerita tentang seorang tukang cuci, seekor keledai dan seekor anjing



4.  Music of India :

Dictionary of Indian Music: Chandiramani's Music Of India Series 16 programmes - Covering all aspects of Indian Music: Bhajans, Ghazals, Classical Vocal, Light Classical (Thumris), Instruments, Side Rhythm Instruments and Drums. 

 


Pandit Anant Kunte

Chandra-shekhar Naringrekar

Pandit Arjun Shejwal

Pandit Krishnarao Chonkar
Shruti Sadolikar

Shridhar Padhye

Baban
Manjrekar

Pandit Vinayak Vohra

 

5.Instruments of India:

Saaz, Raag, aur Taal Vol - I and II : Instrumental Music of India Vol. I and II- Over 30 instruments recorded.
Along with innumerable side rhythm instruments see the photos below
Music by: Pt. Vinayaka Vohra, M. Kalyana Raman and Chandiramani

Play Volume I & Volume II

 








Flute
Shehnai
Nada Swaram
Pungi
Harmonium
Tanpura
Sitar
Sarod
Swar Mandal
Saraswati Veena
Santoor
Saarangi
Side Rhythm Instrument

For Buying Instruments, Drums, and side Rhythm instruments; contact: Haribhau Vishwanath Musical Industries: Mumbai
email address: hvmi@vsnl.com
Tele: No. +91-22-22821425

6. Sitar: 

A. SITAR RAAG AUR TAAL : Sitar by Chandrashekhar Naringrekar. Tabla by Shridhar Padhye.
20 Raagas, 2 from each 10 Thaths, recorded against 20 basic Rhythms ranging from 6 beats to 16 beats. 

Play Volume I

 

B. MAUJ : Sitar by- Chandrashekhar Naringrekar. Pakhwaj: Arjun Shejwal.
Recorded against 6 basic Pakhawaj Rhythms. 

Play Mauj

7. Bela Bahar:

A very modern instrument based on fusion of Sarangi and Violin. Player Babulal Gandharva. Tabla by Shridhar Padhye.
6 Raagas recorded against 6 different Rhythms.

Play Bela Bahar

 

8. Tabla:

A. TABLA
Percussion instrument which accompanies Vocal singing, Thumris, Ghazals, Bhajans and other types of light music etc.

Rhythms on Tabla 52 varieties. By Shridhar Padhye

Play TABLA

9) Pakhawaj:

A very Ancient percussion instrument which accompanies Dhamar and Dhrupad style of very Traditional Classical Vocal Singing , as well as Bhajans. 

Rhythms on Pakhawaj : 37 varieties
. By Arjun Shejwal

Play PAKHAWAJ

 

 

10) Notations of Indian Classical Music: 

RAAG, SARGAM AUR TAAL: Singer Pt. Krishnarao Chonkar. Tabla: Shridhar Padhye.
Harmonium by Baban Manjrekar. 

20 Raagas, 2 from each. 10 Thaths sung against 20 basic rhythms with notations and solo pieces on
Tabla by Shridhar Padhye.

 

 

 

11. Bhajans:

A. BHAKTI VARSHA BHAJANS
Prayer Songs sung by Shruti Sadolikar. Pakhawaj by Arjun Shejwal. Music by Chandiramani and Bulo.C.Rani.

B. PREM DIWANI BHAJANS
Bhajans: "Main Gobind Ke Guna Gaoon" Music by Chandiramani and Bulo.C.Rani.

C. KRISHNA BHAKTI BHAJANS
Singers : Kavita Krishnamurti, Usha Amonkar, Neela Ravindra. Music : Chandiramani and Bulo.C,Rani




12. Ghazals:

SOZ-E-DIL GHAZALS 
Singers: Kavita Krishanmurti, Usha Amonkar & Shruti Sadolikar.
Tabla Shridhar Padhye.
Music by Chandiramani & Bulo C. Rani. 

ALSO GHAZALS  Music by Chandiramani & Bulo.C.Rani.




13. Classical Vocal: 

Traditional classical Singing,. 20 Raagas, 2 from each 10 thaaths recorded against
20 basic Rhythms ranging from 6 beats to 16 beats. 


Gayaki Raag aur Taal Vol - I & Gayaki Raag aur Taal Vol - lI,

Singers Shruti Sadolikar and Pt. Krishna Rao Chonkar. Tabla by Shridhar Padhye



14. Thumris: 

Devotional Light Classical Music mostly sung about Lord Krishna.
Traditional Thumris Vol - I &
Traditional Thumris Vol - II,
Singer Shruti Sadolikar, Tabla by Shridar Padhye. Guided by Pt. Krishnarao Chonkar
and Pt. Vamanrao Sadolikar.

 

15) Glimpses of Indian Music

Compiled by: Chandiramani by selecting the best items from the 16 Programmes
of Chandiramani.s Music of India Series.
Music Vol - I and Music Vol - II

Covering all aspects of Indian Music: Bhajans, Ghazals, Classical Vocal, Light Classical (Thumris), Instruments, Side Rhythm Instruments and Drums.

 

 

 

16) Bhajans & Ghazals By Nirmala Aroon

Bhajans

Ghazals

 

17) Drums of India: 






Tabla
Pakhawaj
Mridagam
Khol
Dholak
Dholki






DHOL
TAVIL
DAMRU
MADAL
NAAL
KANJIRA





INDIAN TASHA DRUM
GHATAM
NAGARA
DUFF

 

18) Sindhi Section:

A. SINDHI MUSIC IN INDIA PLUS GENERAL INFORMATION

B. FOLK MUSIC OF SIND: Singers: Kavita Krishanamurti, Kamla Jhangiani and Bulo C. Rani.  Music: Bulo C. Rani and Chandiramani.  Tabla : Lala

C.SINDHI SANGEET:  Vol-I and Vol-II. Singers Ghanshyam Vaswani, Madhu Shehri, Mahesh Chander and Kamala Jhangiani. Tabla: Shridhar Padhye. Music: Chandiramani and Bulo C.Rani.

D. CLASSIC SINDHI MUSIC: Singers: Bulo.C.Rani, Kavita Krishnamurti, Kamla Jhangiani, Ghanshyam Vaswani, Madhu Shehri, Mahesha Chandar   Music:  Bulo.C.Rani, Chandiramani, Mahesh Chandar

2. LITERATURE:

  1. HOW TO READ AND WRITE SINDHI LANGUAGE IN PHONETIC ROMAN SCRIPT
  2. Sindhi sayings -:
  3. Mamta (Motherly Love)-:  Sindhi story by: Sundri Uttamchandani, Translated by: Mohan Keswani, Touched up by: Chandiramani
  4. Stories in English and Roman Sindhi Script

19) Natya Sangeet:

Marathi Folk Music: Bal Ghandara style. Pandit Kirhnarao Chonkar worked with the legendary Bal Ghandharava for quite a few years on the stage He used to play the male role while Bal Ghandarava would play the feminine role.
Singer and Composer: Pt. Krishnarao Chonkar. Tabla: Shridhar Padhye. Organ: Tulsidas Borkar. Violin: Madhukar Barve.

Play Marathi Sangeet

20) Dances of India:

7 Major Classical Types of Dancing of India (Kathakali- Kathak Manipuri-Kuchipuri Mohini Atam Odissi- and Bharat Natyam). By world famous Dr. Kanak Rele of Nalanda Dance Research Center Mumbai.


KATHAKALI

KATHAK

MANIPURI

KUCHIPUDI

MOHINI ATTAM

ODISSI

BHARATNATYA
M

Contact: Dr. Kanak.Rele email: ndrc@bol.net.in

21) Traditional dances of India:

There is such a great  variety of traditional dances in India that we can only mention a few. 

22) Folk dances of India:

The folk dances of India are based on the traditions of the Country. Each dance is based on the local traditions.

23) Martial dances of India:

The martial dances of India are based on conditions of war. The fitness of the body  plays an important role.

24) Indonesia:

Bahasa Indonesia having 400 common words with Sanskrit and Hindi, like Guru , Suami, Isteri etc. Since India and Indonesia have been in close contact on the cultural and Business front for the last 2000 years, it is only natural that we have hundreds of common words.
  1. Map of Indonesia
  2. National Emblem Of Indonesia
  3. Ganesha statues in Indonesia
  4. Bridge To Indonesia
  5. Guided Tour In Bali- Places and Temples worth visiting
  6. Tales of Hitopadesha in Indonesian
  7. Brochure of Tour To Indonesia-Places and Temples worth visiting
  8. Indonesian Ghazal

1) Batam Island: Near Singapore

2) Java:
(a). Candibadut oldest Hindu Temple in Java. Built in 760 A.D.

(b). Batu Tulis in Bogor - 450 A.D. - Inscription in Sanskrit

(c). National Museum: Jakarta :
It has sculptures of Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Buddha, Ganesha and many other Hindu Gods and is rated as one of the best museums in the world.
The Museum National or National Museum built in 17th Century has a wealth of stone statues in many different forms and sizes, most notably relating to ancestral worship. 

The most notable statues in National Museum at Jakarta are of Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Ganesha and Buddha

VishnuStone statue, Banon Temple, Magelang, Central Java10th - 11th C Height = 296cm
BrahmaStone Statue, Banon Temple, Magelang, Central Java10th - 11th CHeight= 150cm

Ganesh Stone Statue, Banon Temple, Magelang,
Central Java, 8th C,
Height= 148cm 

BuddhaStone Statue, Borobudur Temple, Central Java, 9th C, Height= 106cm

Shiva: Bronze statue, Adiwerna, Tegal, Central Java
10th - 11th C

Height= 96cm

Photos by courtesy of Ms. Endang Sri Hardiati, Director of the Museum National,Jakarta

(d).  Borobudur: The largest Buddhist Complex in the World , built in 8th / 9th Century. It is on World Heritage list.


(e) Yogyakarta: Prambanan Hindu Temple Complex, which was built in the 8th , 9th Century.

In Prambanan Temple, which was built in the 8th/ 9th Century you will find Types of Dances mentioned in Natya Shastra , written in 200 B.C in India.

3) Sumatra :
Nearly 10sq.kilometres of ancient Hindu temples built in the 11th/12th century lie scattered over here.


Muaro Takus Temple ruins

Orang Utan



4)  Bali: The Paradise Island: Places worth visiting 
   

Besakih Temple Bedegul Belonjong Tanah Lot Temple
Goa Gajah Temple Ulu watu temple Tampaksiring Holy spring Garuda Wisnu Kencana
Kecak Dance Hindu Cremation Ceremony Serangan Turtle Island Kuta Beach
Sangsit Temple Bedulu Temple Ganesha Temple Monkey Forest Temple
Mengwi Temple Bangli Temple Gunung Kawi Legong dance


5) Komode Island: Located in East of Indonesia. Famous for Komodo Dragons, only surviving in Komode Island.

VIII. Indonesian Ghazals (Songs of Love)

25) Tours in India:

Delhi, Jaipur ( Precious Stones and Jewellery) , Agra (Tajmahal) and Ajmer (Khwaja moinuddin Chisti's Dargah).

26) Short Stories In English

27) Jokes



G. L. CHANDIRAMANI

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