[WhatsOnStage.com (blog)] - Miraculously, or so it seemed to me, the review duly appeared the next morning: "Three refugees from the Living Theatre have been to India and returned with a guru, a yogi, a sitar disciple of Ravi Shankar and a radiant, enchanting group called the
[The Guardian] - Last week, the Financial Standards Authority fined a City high-flier Ravi Shankar Sinha for fraudulently obtaining £1.3m from clients of a private equity firm advised by the company of which he was UK chief executive, JC Flowers.
[DESIblitz.com] - His classical Indian music influences come from Ravi Shankar, Pandat Hariprasad Chaurasia and especially, the Shenai player, Bismillah Khan. Out of all the wind instruments, Ghosh chose the clarinet. Talking about the clarinet as his chosen instrument
[Financial Times] - Rogoff is committed to an event with the celebrity sitar-player Ravi Shankar. I have munched my way through my schnitzel in record time, but Rogoff is making slow progress with the spaghetti. He tells me that he had eaten something before meeting me.
[Financial Times] - This week Britain's Financial Services Authority hit Ravi Shankar Sinha with a £2.8m financial penalty, the biggest ever imposed on an individual for an infringement not related to market abuse. In its findings, the FSA said Mr Sinha had acted “without
Mind without agitation is meditation. Mind in the present moment is meditation. Mind that has no hesitation, no anticipation is meditation. Mind that has come back home, to the source, is meditation. Mind that becomes ‘‘no mind’’ is meditation. - "What is Meditation?" (2006)