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The Symphony of Nature
|by Dr. Neria H. Hebbar|
The musical symphony is both natural and man made. The tune is provided by man, the rhythm by nature and the song by the Heavens. The three components of the symphony are called the ragam (tune), thanam (rhythm) and pallavi (song), in the classical south Indian musical tradition. The paintbrush that stroked nature so broadly and boldly is celestial. This inspires the background for the song, in which man perceives the tune and the nature provides the beat and the rhythm.
Ragam – The Tune
Thanam – The Rhythm
Pallavi – The Song
The moods of this Caribbean Island come alive in these photographs taken by Marco Tan, a student at St. George’s University in Grenada, over a period of two years, while living in Granada.
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