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Sunrise Taj Mahal Tour from Delhi
69,19 € *
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Sunrise Taj Mahal Tour gives a blasting start of the day with a most uncommon chance to experience the iconic monument bathing in the morning sunshine. The moment of this experience will not be forgettable by the viewers in whole life.

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Stand: 30.10.2020
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Agra Mohabbat The Taj Show and Dinner
73,46 € *
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Experience the breathtaking live shows presented by performing artisans depicting the era in time… 'Through exciting and innovative presentation of a song and drama spectacle involving 60 artists, who depict the Braj culture and the ambience of the Mughal era”. The 90 minutes show may be enjoyed in eight different languages including Hindi and English, the viewers can select any one of their choice, just click a button and listen to the presentation in your choice of language. Highlights • Mohabbat The Taj show and dinner in Agra. • Enjoy a musical extravaganza that tells the story of the Taj Mahal. • Be swept up by colorful dance, songs, music, and sets, including a replica Taj. • Multi-lingual audio headsets provided. • Enjoy a traditional Indian dinner at a local restaurant post-show. • GOLD Class ticket and round-trip hotel transfers in Agra

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I Want to Live: The Story of Madhubala , Hörbuc...
9,95 € *
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Madhubala - the very name conjures up vivid images of a love goddess possessing bewitching beauty, dazzling radiance, subtle sensuality and, above all, a tantalizing screen presence. Her ‘reel life’ histrionic performances held (and continue to hold) audiences/viewers entranced. Her talent was phenomenal, and she could literally glide through a movie, whatever be the role. She could convey an impressive array of emotions with her eloquent eyes and facial expressions without resorting to melodramatic contortions. Tragedy, romance, comedy, drama, and what have you - she could take everything in her stride, exquisitely and flawlessly, as convincingly proved by superhits such as Mahal, Tarana, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi and the magnum opus Mughal-e-Azam. All this she achieved despite a major heart disease, which assumed serious proportions as her career soared. This volume presents a fascinating panorama not only of the ‘reel life’ Madhubala but also of the ‘real life’ Madhubala, who was an extremely compassionate and caring human being, but lived in the shadow of her dominant father. The author recounts her captivating saga, right from her first film - Basant (1942), as a child star, up to the magnificent Mughal-e-Azam (1960) and beyond. Enthralling cameos from her masterpieces such as Mahal, Mr & Mrs 55 and Amar are depicted in graphic detail. Also, all the drama involved in her love affair with Dilip Kumar, which culminated in intense acrimony, has been poignantly portrayed. The last few years of her life were spent in virtual solitude in spite of her being married to Kishore Kumar, and death, in a way, came as a release for her. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Shernaz Patel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/052889/bk_adbl_052889_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Shadow Craft (eBook, ePUB)
68,95 € *
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The years between Indian independence (1947) and the dominance of colour cinema (early 1960s) saw the emergence and fruition of a distinct, confident, and nuanced black and white aesthetic in Hindi mainstream cinema. Shadow Craft is an ardent and immersive study of cinematic craftings that emblematise the oeuvres of Kamal Amrohi, Raj Kapoor, Nutan, Bimal Roy, Guru Dutt, and Abrar Alvi. Films such as Aag (1948), Mahal (1949), Seema (1955), Pyaasa (1957), Sujata (1959), Kagaz Ke Phool (1959), Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962), Bandini (1963) remain formative to the visual psyche of generations of South Asian viewers. This enduring visual language demonstrates a minutely attuned and sympathetic camera, evocative pools of shadow, affect-rich atmospheric composition, and the visual autonomy of performance.With seventy five rare and curated images from the archives, Shadow Craft offers for the first time a consolidated and intimate journey through this pioneering black and white cinema aesthetic at its most expressive and climactic moment.

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Shadow Craft (eBook, ePUB)
68,95 € *
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The years between Indian independence (1947) and the dominance of colour cinema (early 1960s) saw the emergence and fruition of a distinct, confident, and nuanced black and white aesthetic in Hindi mainstream cinema. Shadow Craft is an ardent and immersive study of cinematic craftings that emblematise the oeuvres of Kamal Amrohi, Raj Kapoor, Nutan, Bimal Roy, Guru Dutt, and Abrar Alvi. Films such as Aag (1948), Mahal (1949), Seema (1955), Pyaasa (1957), Sujata (1959), Kagaz Ke Phool (1959), Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962), Bandini (1963) remain formative to the visual psyche of generations of South Asian viewers. This enduring visual language demonstrates a minutely attuned and sympathetic camera, evocative pools of shadow, affect-rich atmospheric composition, and the visual autonomy of performance.With seventy five rare and curated images from the archives, Shadow Craft offers for the first time a consolidated and intimate journey through this pioneering black and white cinema aesthetic at its most expressive and climactic moment.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 30.10.2020
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