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Prasanna's Carnatic Convergence Concept Produces Potent Panethnic Potion

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I personally feel that 'exotic', is in several ways, a Euro or American-centric term. To me, 'Jazz' or Classical music is as exotic or unexotic as Carnatic music or Zulu music or anything else, depending on which side of the street you're on.

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