Traveling is just as therapeutic as music can be. A traveler’s best friend is often that one song that gets tangled with memories and instances from a journey that come back to you the moment you plug into even the first few seconds of the music. Pretty much similarly, for musicians, each song and symphony is nothing but a journey that connects the dots and makes each moment worth taking note of. Also Read - Don’t Treat Coronavirus on Your Own, Cooperate With Health Professionals: Top 10 Quotes of PM Modi
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A place like Goa gives you a taste of anything from Reggae to Rock N’ Roll or Disco and these days EDM even. Ladakh will send you in a trance with rhythmic chantings of Aum.
And a place like Varanasi offers the liberty to pick from the sounds around. From rowing a boat on the river, constantly ringing bells and anxious children in the neighborhood to the Ganga aarti, Varanasi is one of those places that let you be your own self!
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We often hold on to the trivial things in life and hold ourselves back from taking a step as small as packing our bags and taking off for just a couple of days! Dor is an original composition by Manish Khushalani, and it shows you a little bit of Varanasi enough to let you connect with this beautiful town!
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Dor simply tells to let go more often. So, don’t hesitate, don’t hold back, just watch the video! We’re already hooked to the song. Let us know if you’re too!
Photograph courtesy: Manish Khushalani
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