The sixties witnessed the rise of the counter-culture movement in the West, characterized by hippie culture, anti-war protests and rock n’ roll. Music festivals embodied the youthful spirit of the time.

In 1967, Ravi Shankar played at the Monterey Pop Festival in California. The emotional intensity of his four-hour long set, left many of them deeply moved.


  • Title: Monterey Pop Festival
  • Date: 1967
  • Subject Keywords: Ravi Shankar

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