Call it anything you like. But rhythm has been a part of man’s life since thousands of years, 3500 to be precise. Music has been man’s best friend forever. Even our heartbeat follows a specific tempo.
Many professions and aspects of life would have been dry and incomplete without music. Theatre, radio, television, films, advertisement, the list can go on. Every tradition and culture around the world is rich with its strong musical heritage. In fact each one has their own unique musical instruments that give out a variety of notes and melody.
I’m extremely proud of our own rich Indian culture which involves the world famous classical music and has given birth to renowned singers and musicians. In fact we can proudly claim that numerous musical instruments were invented in India. Shehnai, sarod, tabla, veena, sitar, are just to name a few.
Who doesn’t like singing and music? Even if you are merely a bathroom singer! I’m sure the percentage of people who don’t like music is far less. I love music. It’s soothing, spreads a smile on my face and brings me back to my bright bubbly mood.
Music unites people and is free of any language obstacles. All it needs is a tone, a rhythm and people connect through the melody. Concerts, events, parties, festivals, all would have been incomplete without music. It can create a beautiful, romantic ambience and can blow life in your dull surroundings.
The magic of music! We would have been walking dead without rhythm in our lives.
The ocean of music keeps me anchored,
Lifts my spirits when they seem lowered.
A melodious, rhythmic therapy is what I need,
When I’m feeling all blue and slow down in speed.
All my life has been a true friend.
It satisfies my core to the end.
My soul and smile make a good blend.
When jingles in the air, are there to befriend.