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Don't Panik (Too Much) @dpanikkar Avatar: Apa Mask, Arunachal P.

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What a fabulous performance this is; easily the finest interpretation I have ever heard of this sublime raga. I've… https://t.co/DL94qyeCD5 @CynicalMallu Fabulous! A descendant of the sage Vararuchi, who knew the language of the birds!Golgotha. Mughal. Lahore, 1590. V&A. @ambrin_hayat @DalrympleWill @Chemburstudio https://t.co/DmgUzzFBGw
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)The Crucifixion. Kesu Das. Mughal, 1590. British Museum. https://t.co/qVzFzc7Zra
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Sultan Abdullah Qutb Shah. Deccan, 17th Century. Ashmolean. https://t.co/PHKkFAIsH6Pandemic Policy in Developing Countries: Recommendations for India by ⁦@srajagopalan⁩ and myself https://t.co/C97Cbh0vkW
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Dawn. The valley of the Alaknanda. https://t.co/EjPPWx38rASadhu. Haridwar. https://t.co/t8yxWWLq1j
4/10
2020
Word of the day. voraginous adjective. ORIGIN: Latin voraginosus, from voragin-, vorago: see -ous. 1. Resembling… https://t.co/Q06FCyQsVcJust signed on w @PrincetonUPress for a book project, a broad, integrated look at ancient Maya history and archaeol… https://t.co/MWAVeMb9pe
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Just learnt about this from a retweet by @emilyriehl. If you have a number such as 364 and want to know quickly whe… https://t.co/aZlg4LScCh
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @shaluvk This won't help you sleep, but will complete my tweet. :-) https://t.co/CyMyPTg5tR @PhilippeAuclair I saved the link to this Google Doodle (playable game) done for the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017.… https://t.co/0yCtPCIXWE
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Tarkovski, sobre su casa en Miasnoie: “Adoro esta casa... Es mucho más que una casa. Ni siquiera es una casa, es… https://t.co/K3kV9rOySq
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @shaluvk I was wondering where you were! I, too, wake up at odd hours, and several times, these nights. We are fine… https://t.co/lVLoT30Oaj @shaluvk Just the bear necessities.An effective drug for treatment, especially a repurposed one, is likely to be much sooner https://t.co/mCgslE8Ta2,… https://t.co/PpknQv6EhY
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)I had missed this terrific review on #COVID19 vaccine prospects by @FatimaAmanat & @florian_krammer @ImmunityCPhttps://t.co/7XWfoID1aM
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)"The creature that wins against its environment, destroys itself" Please hear this lecture by @ranjithoskote https://t.co/F1FJcsrQWQ
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @utterflea But that dung is stacked for fuel, right? Silage refers to green fodder (even corn) that is kept relativ… https://t.co/EL2zwObIeEAlways fun to discover concordances across time and space: this one is at the British Museum and dated 1850. But th… https://t.co/8LtC6jnuWHSecond wave surge of new cases in Singapore: do not become cavalier about this virus re stopping mitigation prematu… https://t.co/q2CIiQFRyv
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Word of the day. silage /ˈsʌɪlɪdʒ/ noun & verb. ORIGIN: Alt. of ensilage, after silo. A. noun. Green fodder pres… https://t.co/NfxRctuVy1Raga Bageshree-ang-Chandrakauns. Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki. A fine performance. I wish the audio were better. The moon… https://t.co/jaTvlMwTBL
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4/9
2020
@docliberal Indeed. Unlike this studio photo, possibly as promotional material for Uday Shankar's dance troupe's to… https://t.co/tKcSnPSEUw @docliberal Alice Boner was a scholar and promoter of Indian arts in pre-Independence days, bringing Uday Shankar's… https://t.co/nTDT6z1cjfCherry in bloom. https://t.co/1Jqq7zRcOC @CynicalMallu @KS1729 A foolish symmetry is the hobgoblin of little minds.Colors are still vibrant on this lush panel which once adorned chariots, centerpieces of temple processions during… https://t.co/PqLp5Eaiwz
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)"The most mind-melting idea ever to have emerged from the Antarctic ice" << This is massively underselling this tru… https://t.co/W8AOpO7ESU
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @inprofsh @smudgal Check out the other pictures of him at age 10-11 from that archive on my TL.Ravi Shankar. Improvisations On The Theme Music From Pather Panchali. https://t.co/FIsgh4UiAe17th C Braj Bhakha poet cum astrologer "Ghagh", terms these Teeterpankhi Baadari: clouds colour of partridge feathe… https://t.co/dJzBdY9sXY
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @docliberal Provenance of? The pose? @krsree No, these paintings aren't originally titled. Museum curators usually give it titles like 'Expectant Nayika… https://t.co/Q01IEpUJP5#Chamba Painting with #Mughal influence 1650; Emperor Shah Jahan receives a sparrowhawk from Raja Prithvi Singh (1… https://t.co/NKf7uGczLX
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)#Thread One of my fav #Colonial adventures is that of Bogle's. Hastings appointed him as EIC's ambassador to #Tibethttps://t.co/MCGbKR0DzN
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)New publication! The Yoga Sutras of Patañjali | Library of Arabic Literature - A brilliant cross-cultural Arabic in… https://t.co/78JzrWma1V
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Purple Rain. Kishangarh, 1775. SDMA. https://t.co/tnmgeifUfJThe moon is up. Raga Chandrakauns. Pt. Ravi Shankar. Live, Boston. 1986. Pt. Kumar Bose, Tabla. Indifferent audio,… https://t.co/8bcfkh6mK5
4/8
2020
Listening to this after a long time. It's probably one of the first pieces of his music and, coincidentally, that o… https://t.co/t1Ba4ZyeWrPt. Ravi Shankar. Raga Ahir-Lalit, another of his jod ragas. https://t.co/ON4IqCvYteCelebrated as an abstractionist, Mehlli Gobhai kept up a lifelong practice of life studies, drawing heads and figur… https://t.co/t67EildzNn
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)A few weeks ago doctors were saying ACE inhibitor drugs need to be withheld. Today they look beneficial. Welcome to… https://t.co/Ykh5y8jhc4
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Up a Tree without a Sitar. Ravi Shankar. Possibly Hyères, 1932. Alice Boner archive. Museum Rietberg, Zurich. https://t.co/E8e9SbHhAXRavi Shankar. Rock Climber. Felswand, 1932. Alice Boner archive. Rietberg Museum. https://t.co/6xltA3YnnVRavi Shankar. Bicyclist. Hyères. Provence, 1932. Alice Boner archive. Rietberg Museum. https://t.co/LHGZnhBy6f
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Mother and Sons. Hemangani, Uday and Ravi Shankar. United Provinces, 1930. Alice Boner archive. Rietberg Museum. https://t.co/dEy2nE6Tv9
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Ravi Shankar. 1931. Alice Boner archives, Museum Rietberg, Zurich. https://t.co/YMwXxI24H7A Maratta wearing a red shawl, 1820 watercolour & gold on ivory. It’s his hair which caught my eye, haven’t seen wo… https://t.co/tJdVxMGYJU
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)I guess Germany knows better than anyone what can happen when a frustrated artist is forced to change jobs. https://t.co/zuNo0Zp8AS
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @NMenonRao There's the following book as well, by Kuttishankara Menon. https://t.co/EiYlmnt3EJI spoke to Amb @NMenonRao about VP Menon and his extraordinary life, for ⁦@BIC_Blr⁩ 's podcast, BIC Talks. Thank y… https://t.co/CC62OVe0hg
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)mat sahl hameñ jāno phirtā hai falak barsoñ tab ḳhāk ke parde se insān nikalte haiñ Don’t take us for fools – the… https://t.co/zq64Y20zyN
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Please enjoy Ted Hughes' reading of Four Quartets on https://t.co/HnUAmj77iT: https://t.co/ULLa5YAg5A https://t.co/6L6Vjr1f5U
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Omg I have CHILLS. This is an ANIMAL. I'm guessing it's over a hundred feet long, forming a spiral in the middle of… https://t.co/1XFSTN7Fof
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)"Vitamin D can play a critical role in the fight against COVID-19, boosting a person’s resistance to respiratory i… https://t.co/EbiN8f87TY
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4/7
2020
"flower fragrance, enters a letter box full of undelivered mails " #haiku 🌻 #lockdownmusings #lockdownaroundjaipurhttps://t.co/iv33hrvAGd
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)A wonderful story not least because it is a reminder of how implicated and connected we are/can be to even some of… https://t.co/dvf6JmGsvl
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)And the expression of concern by the journal about the most frequently cited H + A paper is of concern… https://t.co/idTWkcBBim
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Here is latest data on #Hydroxychloroquine. #AnthonyFauci is right, we have little data now to support its use. The… https://t.co/xy0Y4Yz0jV
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)“In the empty fort, a city, a settlement, Who sleeps? Who Wakes? My love red is mine, I am my love/red’s, the body… https://t.co/FXRF7mIfF8
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @ranjithoskote Thank you, Ranjit!Night is falling, and in April it falls gently but resolutely; without the great lingering of summer—an unreal time… https://t.co/XCY5dvc3nkIt is too early for frogs, and fireflies are but a memory from last year when life seemed simpler, even optimistic—… https://t.co/xdpy9sRquTThe male geese are fighting at the pond, with heavy wingbeats that carry far and contrapuntal squawks from excited… https://t.co/OX0Wj5bHEdDespite the rains of the past week, the water level at the pond is low; lower than it has ever been. The western su… https://t.co/YoihjUZZjqVerses from the Śvetāśvatara and, I believe, the Bṛhadāraṇyaka Upanishads. Sharmila Roy. https://t.co/pqfmbCKM9R
4/6
2020
Evening Light. https://t.co/grhJegPSWKFallen Magnolia. https://t.co/6snwt0HPTnQuarantine Flag. April 5, 2020. https://t.co/lcir6g4lsxThey will need to be quarantined. https://t.co/IPAvUrcAKw @_onionesque And the cat didn't even snack on an improperly cooked human. Poor fella.Study from China We found that SARS-CoV-2 replicates poorly in dogs, pigs, chickens, and ducks, but efficiently in… https://t.co/Fg9nezy0Le
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Anthroponotic viruses! https://t.co/zNRF1GrQZO"It took Matthias Knauer only a minute or two to complete and scan the single-page form for a liquidity lifeline fr… https://t.co/dTtBoMlBpP
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)This video taken in Sacre-Coeur, Quebec on October 16, 2018 shows strong winds trying to 'push' the trees over: as… https://t.co/juLovpTk0G
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Black Francolin. Mughal. Muhammad, 19th Century. Freer Galleries. https://t.co/usunGC3YmxLike all human beings, I seem to walk within a hoop of red-hot iron, a hundred yards across, that sears away all life.
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Everywhere there was the ripple and bubble of the lost rain seeking its stillness in the slow river water.
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)In 1906, a 13-year-old boy burnt down his school in a Kerala village & ran off to work in the mines of Kolar. Deca… https://t.co/zCY7z9mkCI
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @ambrin_hayat @JAJafri @DalrympleWill @WhiteMughalsFan @Chemburstudio Rani Golapati. Jaipur. 1800. V&A. http://t.co/AYWtq4EnB6
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)More exotic animals. Pratap Singh's giraffes. Jaipur. 1820. @ambrin_hayat @WhiteMughalsFan @JAJafri @Chemburstudio http://t.co/9qy3Np4dUY
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Word of the Day: "contouring" - when traversing steep or unsure ground, picking a path that holds its height. On th… https://t.co/kJasNy8UpY
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)"Of all the astonishing things that happened in the 1960s, the transformation of Ravi Shankar into global superstar… https://t.co/lSweplg492
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Sharmila Ray. Antaro Mamo Bikoshito Karo. R. Tagore. From the soundtrack to The Mahabharata staged by Peter Brook. https://t.co/ChGAMGkByUSlowly the dusk begins to uncoil. Not the short wild pang of winter dusk, but the long slow dusk of spring.
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4/5
2020
The living northern lights of the deep sea. The comb jelly Cestum can change its shine in seconds, from clear to bl… https://t.co/hfUykRh63G
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)The story we all need to know today - the unbelievable tale of #Jewish-born poet #Sarmad: a great but forgotten… https://t.co/FCdrEU2BXb
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)L'articolo Finito. https://t.co/KLbF9v1nk7I asked if there was a simple framework for thinking about airborne risks. Linsey Marr gave the perfect answer. It'… https://t.co/KCJKRWEyCO
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)New York needs more ventilators, and we are answering their call for help. We'll be sending 140 ventilators to hel… https://t.co/ZiwHFZrfIh
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much)Something fishy this way comes. Salsa alla meretrice, spiked with peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, capers, canned sardi… https://t.co/n2ESzuD53BI stand up for all downtrodden, oppressed mathematical objects. Consider the humble "commutative semigroup". Thi… https://t.co/MS6Go6SUyu
Retweeted by Don't Panik (Too Much) @AmberMDarr @nextgencali One day I will go back to Don't Panik, VirusWilling. @nextgencali Don't panik too much. @unnikrishna Seriously, Gowriamma? @unnikrishna Sachin Tendulkar. @stu643 To think that this behaviour must be as natural to them as the breathing (of the sea)...The Tigress and her Cubs (with eyes of Topaz). Udaipur. Early 20th Century. Bonham's. https://t.co/5OOeZSjzXP
4/4
2020

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