Dilli Durbar 2024 – Date, Venue, Schedule & Other Info

Mark your calendars for February 23-25, 2024, as Dilli Gharana presents the third edition of Dilli Durbar at Gandhi Darshan Museum, Rajghat, New Delhi. Immerse yourself in a celebration that transcends time, echoing the spiritual tunes and universal love fostered by Hazrat Ameer Khusro’s legacy.

Dilli Gharana’s Spiritual Symphony: Dilli Gharana, Delhi’s oldest surviving music conservatory, echoes with the melodies of India since the 13th century. Founded on Hazrat Ameer Khusro’s wisdom, this institution stands as a luminous beacon, promoting spirituality through enchanting music. The upcoming Dilli Durbar Music Festival serves as a testament to this sacred pursuit, inviting all to experience the profound connection of music and spirituality.

Event Highlights:

  • Panel Discussions: Dive into spiritual theories with renowned personalities like Rekha Bharadwaj, Usha Uthop, and Imtiaz Ali. Explore shared origins of Spiritualism, emphasizing Sufism & Vaishnavism.
  • Performances: A star-studded lineup featuring Satinder Sartaj, Salman Ali, Shovana Narayanan, and more promises a melange of artistic brilliance.
  • Experiential Workshops: Engage in Dervish Whirling, Mass Buddhism Chanting, Tabla & Hangdrum sessions, and Reiki & Yoga workshops.
  • Art Exhibition: Witness inspiring spiritual stories through paintings curated by fine arts students from Delhi and Jamia Universities.
  • Book Launch: Syed Aadil Chishti’s “The Divine Light” unfolds its essence in a literary discussion between the author and Dr. Alan Godlas.
  • Culture Bazaar: Immerse yourself in a marketplace of Dilli Durbar merchandise, traditional artifacts, textiles, calligraphy, perfumes, and more.
  • Satvik Food Festival: Indulge in palatable Satvik dishes from around the world in an open-air extravaganza.

Dilli Durbar 2024 Event Schedule

Day 1: 23 Feb

  • Shubh Aarambh:
    • Sacred Beats by Shri Nathulal Solanki & Troupe
  • Welcome Speeches & Lighting of the Lamp
  • “Ishwar Allah Tero Naam, Love is the Universal Religion”:
    • Shobha Rana in conversation with Acharya Prashant
  • Sufi Strings, Violin Performance by Asghar Hussain & Troupe
  • Naghma-e-Khusro:
    • Sufi Performance by Vusat Iqbal Khan

Day 2: 24 Feb

  • Hazari:
    • Hindustani Classical Recital by Kokab Rashid
  • Shiv Stuti:
    • Dhrupad Performance by Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar
  • “Bhakti Ras”:
    • Talish Ray in conversation with Padma Shri Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar & Padma Shri Prahlad Singh Tipaniya
  • Kabir Wani:
    • Performance by Padma Shri Prahlad Singh Tipanya
  • “Women & Spirituality”:
    • Vusat Iqbal Khan in conversation with Rekha Bhardwaj
  • Ram:
    • Kathak Production by Padma Shri Guru Shovana Narayan & Troupe
  • Faqeero Ki Dilli:
    • A Dastangoi Production by Danish Hilal Khan, Syed Muiz Chishty & Sufi Akshay Dutta
  • “Comedy as Service”:
    • Anika Singh in Conversation with RJ Naved
  • “Delhi’s Sufi Heritage”:
    • Vidya Shah in Conversation with Hazrat Riyazuddin Chishty, William Dalrymple
  • Introducing Haider Ali Sabri (Sufi)
  • M.A.D (Music & Donate) Rockstar:
    • Performance by Baabarr Mudacer
  • Meditation Workshop by Anika Singh
  • Mandala Workshop by Surabhi Baranwal
  • Introducing Child Artists Anaya & Shanaya
  • Tribute to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan:
    • Sufi Performance by Aditi
  • Raqs Workshop by Sufi Akshay Dutta & Manaal Ahmed (Vocals)
  • Introducing Child Artists:
    • Aalif Iqbal & Bilal Khan
  • Basant:
    • Hindustani Classical Recital by Vivek Prajapati (Voice)
  • Forms of Durga – Dhrupad Performance by Prashant Nishant
  • “Sunflowers” Book Launch & Discussion with author Sujata Parashar


Day 3: 25 Feb

  • Hazari:
    • Hindustani Classical Recital by Azam Shahid Nizami
  • Preyasi:
    • Bharatnatyam Performance by Padmapriya Janakiraman
  • “Lady Saints of India”:
    • Padmapriya Janakiraman in conversation with Rana Safvi, Rama Sundar Ranganathan
  • “Deha Tattva” – Baul Performance by:
    • Padma Shri Parvathy Baul
  • “Sur Sadhna, Finding God through Music”:
    • Sadhna Shrivastava in Conversation with Usha Uthup & Shubha Mudgal
  • Aalam-e-Ishq – Performance of Sufi Bhakti Repertoire by:
    • Padma Shri Shubha Mudgal
  • “The Practical Spiritualist” – Azhar Iqbal In Conversation with:
    • Hans Raj Hans
  • Pop Bhajans – Performance by:
    • Padma Bhushan Usha Uthup
  • “The Evergreen Rumi” – Khurafati Nitin in Conversation with:
    • Imtiaz Ali
  • Call to God – Qawwali Performance by:
    • Rais Anis Sabri
  • Yoga Workshop by:
    • Yogacharya Sandeep
  • Zikr Workshop by:
    • Hazrat Riyazuddin Chishty
  • Sarod Tabla Jugalbandi by:
    • Pt. Biswajit Roy Chawdhury & Shri Sabir Hussain
  • Buddhism Chanting Session by:
    • Ven Lama Loga & Others
  • Rajasthani Sufi Performance by:
    • Sawai Khan
  • Ardaas – Punjabi Sufi by:
    • Rza Heer
  • “The Divine Light” – Book Launch & Discussion with author:
    • Syed Adil Chishty


Q1: Dates of Dilli Durbar 2024? Dilli Durbar 2024 is set to unfold its celebration of Love and Spirituality from February 23rd to 25th, 2024.

Q2: Venue of Dilli Durbar 2024? The event will be hosted at the Gandhi Darshan Museum, Rajghat, New Delhi, providing a serene backdrop for the harmonious celebration.

Q3: Is there an entry fee for Dilli Durbar 2024? No, entry to Dilli Durbar 2024 is free for all attendees, offering an inclusive and accessible experience for everyone.



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