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January 24, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
For the first 30 years of his life, Shree Puramdara Daasa would have made the top of anyone's Scrooge list. Few would have predicted that one day he would become one of India's greatest saints and would make enormous contributions to India's classical music. Puramdara Daasa will be the subject of a three-hour music and dance tribute sponsored by the Orange County-based Shree Haridaasa Tharangini ("Eternal River of Saints") foundation on Saturday) at the Long Beach Convention Center.
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January 24, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
For the first 30 years of his life, Shree Puramdara Daasa would have made the top of anyone's Scrooge list. Few would have predicted that one day he would become one of India's greatest saints and would make enormous contributions to India's classical music. Puramdara Daasa will be the subject of a three-hour music and dance tribute sponsored by the Orange County-based Shree Haridaasa Tharangini ("Eternal River of Saints") foundation on Saturday) at the Long Beach Convention Center.
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January 29, 1990 | CATHY CURTIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A five-hour banquet of Indian music and dance in honor of the Hindu saint Puramdara Daasa, presented by the Orange County-based Shree Haridaasa Tharangini foundation at the Terrace Theater Saturday night, proved a richly satisfying feast. If a Westerner's attention flagged now and then, a new tidbit soon brought the appetite back.
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March 29, 1991 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Are you ready for some real Indian music and dance? Last week, we saw the pseudo-Indian 19th-Century confusions of "La Bayadere," danced by American Ballet Theatre at the Orange County Performing Arts Center. This week, public television stations broadcast Peter Brook's austere, stripped-down six-hour version of the Indian epic "The Mahabharata," using an international cast and putting a definite Western spin on the work.
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