47 votes
By - May 28, 2019 ...
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The tanbur is back… A few months ago, in 2018, a couple of steps away from the oldest piano in the world, a showcase was inaugurated in the department of musical instruments at the Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York). Dedicated to a few “famous musicians” of the 20th century, it featured a Benny Goodman clarinet next to a guitar that belonged to Andrés Segovia as well as one of Ostad Elahi’s tanburs, crafted by the lute maker Nariman, along with a video including explanations and archived images that harked back to the 2014-2015 Sacred Lute exhibit, that we covered here....
66 votes
By - May 20, 2019 ...
Tags : Conscious Self, News, OstadElahi inPractice,...
After two “28 days straight” labs (In Ostad Elahi’s footsteps and One day, one Maxim) OstadElahi inPractice has gone back at the request of numerous users, to its classic 5-phase labs. The website will soon offer a new lab entitled “One ...
146 votes
By - Dec 12, 2018 ...
Tags : Close Reading, Imperious Self, Poll,...
Having just celebrated its 10th birthday, e-OstadElahi is launching a new type of thematic series based on “close reading”. The goal is to encourage reflection and interaction around key concepts from Ostad Elahi’s thought through collectiv...
112 votes
By - Oct 27, 2018 ...
Tags : Assessment
Yes, this fall, e-ostadelahi is celebrating its 10 years of existence! A good occasion to look back at what has been accomplished and where we are now. 10 years ago, the Web 2.0 wave was peaking: the “blogosphere” was emerging; so-called ...
155 votes
By - Oct 6, 2018 ...
Tags : Attar, Humility, Poetry, Poll, Pride,...
This article completes the series based on Attar’s Canticle of Birds (also known as the Conference of the Birds), following “The nightingale and the rose: from attachment to renunciation” and “Our intimate enemy: the imperious self”. We now...

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