« on: July 27, 2016, 11:39:17 PM »
Which team has the most break off/splinter/spin off teams?
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This is bhangra. Nothing music is on this level. Thats why live owns music. But even newer live teams are adding variations. Could it be that music bhangra has made live bhangra more entaining. They have youtube and watch gtv (cuz that shit is worldwide). They learned the art lf entertainment from the west. But their execution is from the east. As the years progressed dancers fom there have gotten so good it's unbelievable. In the meantime dancing in the west has not kept up. That is why live is better than music. Western Academys have to teach indian live bhangra to the kids mandatory before they go music. Dance on the dhol, because that was the way it was meant to be.
« on: March 25, 2014, 08:53:33 PM »
It was a pleasure serving as judging coordinator and creative director of WBBC this past weekend. Thank you to all the teams for taking your time and effort to help WBBC succeed. Without the teams, we are nothing.
With the wisdom of my years on the circuit and on the WBBC board, I have created something I call the Comprehensive Judging System (CJS). This in my mind should be the new standard in judging for the circuit. The CJS consists of a base of the following elements:
1. Judges who are familiar with the circuit and who understand the genre of the competition they will judge at;
2. Multi-level or multi-view judging (i.e., Upper and Lower Level) with separate rubrics;
3. Judge's video chat sessions at least 6 weeks before the competition;
4. Team's and Judge's feedback on the rubric(s) (no rubric should be the sole work of a single author or committee);
5. Prompt analytics and feedback for teams (3 days after show maximum);
6. CJS Analysis
I implemented all six of these elements at WBBC this year.
I have attached the CJS analysis for WBBC 2014 BELOW. (Authors: Faizan Ghaznavi and Kinnell Shah, in consultation with Yasaswi Raparla). Kinnell and Swi are both Bhangra Geniuses, thank you for your input and assistance. see also: the wbbc 2014 upper and lower level rubrics below.
I hope this system helps move the circuit forward and serves as a turning point for the circuit's judging (which has
lagged far behind the quality of dancing).
Founding Member of Anakh-E-Gabroo
Founder of BX Bhangra
Founding member of NYC Jugni
Judging Coordinator and
Creative Director for World's Best Bhangra Crew
« on: March 30, 2012, 11:26:27 AM »
Now that Elite 8 is over, I would love some discussion on who we all think the NEW top 10 Bhangra Teams are right now. Not the BEST, but the top 10 ranked based on placings and overall performances. Here are mine:
6. Cal Bhangra
10. JJ (Would have placed higher for me if they performed more)
« on: November 09, 2011, 12:10:11 AM »
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« on: October 29, 2011, 06:44:54 PM »
LETS HEAR EM!
« on: October 24, 2011, 04:37:35 PM »
« on: October 21, 2011, 03:43:58 PM »
Enjoy. Love nypd, a lot.
Hey, here is a small video about my uncle's kite flying club. Enjoy.
Hey, I posted episode 2 up...
i fucked up the video and it got all split up so there are 4 parts (half an hour or so total)...enjoy
as always, please respond to my thoughts and comments as much as possible!
Hey Everyone, this is my bhangra video blog...i hope you like it.
Think of me as an ESPN sports commentator. Sorry if I hurt anyone's feelings. These are totally my views! Thanks and enjoy!
In episode 1, I dive right in and discuss the circuit as it is today as well as review and critique BMW's latest performance at Bulldog Bhangra.
Next episode: A review of TAG at bulldog/The Female Bhangra Teams/Idols Preview
Episode 1-Part 2 FIRST EPISODE/BMW AT BULLDOG/CALI BHANGRA SCENE (Embedding disabled, limit reached)
Anakh-e-Gabroo (AEG) / Shaan Mutiyaaran Di (SMD) Collab @ BAB 2 - Balcony View (Embedding disabled, limit reached)
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