“Haman Hain Ishq (That Love is all there is)” was a concurrence of arts, music and poetry combined with digital works to revisit ancient values of religious pluralism and harmony in the contemporary age. With the painter Haku Shah and the internationally renowned musician Shubha Mudgal, two very well known artists in India participated in the exhibition-concert Haman Hain Ishq (HHI), which was held at the India Habitat Centre in Delhi in 2002. The event was also highlighted by the release of a publication with visuals and poetry, prefaced by three essays on the subject by eminent scholars. The exhibition with its concert traveled to Mumbai in February 2004 and was held at the Prince of Wales Museum.
CMAC produced a music album from the project, distributed by Sony Music. At the event and based on a song from the album, a video was released, which featured as the number two song in the Channel V ratings.
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