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Syncretism & the Contemporary Ghazal

Musician Ali Sethi in conversation with Associate Editor Kamil Ahsan
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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14 Oct 2020
Interview
Music
Interview
Music
Ghazal
Art History
Historicity
Syncretism
Pakistani State Repression
Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Khabar-e-Tahayyar-e-Ishq
Siraj Aurangabadi
Mah Laqa Bai
Sensuality
Metaphor
Cultural Repression
Art Practice
Sound
Poetic Form
Performance Art
Grief
Raaga

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The Ghazal originated in Arabia in the 8th century. That's the funny stuff right? That in order to retrieve legitimate cosmopolitanism, we have to go back to a medieval multicultural moment.

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