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World peace music festival commemorating cultural plurality through peace, harmony and truth. A platform for collaborations between rural traditional art and contemporary forms, enriching the connect leading to a wider, more vibrant understanding of culture and its diversity.
Celebrate world music. Celebrate peace. Celebrate diversity. Every February.

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Concert 2019

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2020

Concert 2018

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2017

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2016

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2015

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2014

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2013

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2012

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.

Concert 2011

Sur Jahan, earlier known Sufi Sutra, is a World Peace Music Festival conceptualized by banglanatak dot com. The mantra of the event is ‘Music for Peace, Music for All’. Celebrating cultural diversity, artists from all across the world and different parts of India participate and create magic on stage. A three-day carnival, with day-time cultural exchange workshops, craft stalls and concerts, it is gained popularity as ‘people’s festival and peace concert’ by media worldwide. Beginning on a February weekend in Kolkata, it continues its journey to different cities of India; this music festival has no entry fee and is open to all.
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