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    Re: Folk Music of India

    Namaste,

    Worth resurrecting for the newer members. Enjoy!

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    Re: Folk Music of India

    Quote Originally Posted by Believer View Post
    Some people take recitation of the Hanuman Chalissa very seriously and don't tolerate interruptions.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CeAjgh6vU0
    Why don't the adults -- Kiran Bedi , the child's dad and all others let him finish? Is that going to mess the planned timing of the competition and program so much?

    This is sending wrong messages to children "Man beta, ab bas , hamne sun liya"

    excuse me? The child was not here to perform. He was actually chanting Hanuman Chlisa. ForHanuman and RAm not the judges.
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    Re: Folk Music of India

    Namaste,

    Quote Originally Posted by smaranam View Post
    Why don't the adults -- Kiran Bedi , the child's dad and all others let him finish? Is that going to mess the planned timing of the competition and program so much?
    I would think that the program was taped for a broadcast and for commercial purposes, you have a fixed time slot for each contestant. Unfortunately for us, this child's talent exhibition could not be finished in the 2-3 minutes allotted to each contestant. But he was powered by Hanumanji and was determined to not let anyone interrupt him. So, more power to him.

    Pranam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Believer View Post
    I would think that the program was taped for a broadcast and for commercial purposes, you have a fixed time slot for each contestant.
    I understand. Also, if they made an exception for him, parents of other children would want the same treatment, and it would be hard to draw a fine line between what is an adhyAtmic exception, and what is "letting a child be" and where to stop.

    I just feel these kids are too young to enter competitions at that level. Don't think it is very healthy.

    praNAm
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