Vasu Dixit and Bindhumalini talk about life in the lockdown – Times of India

I wanted 2020 to be a year of slowing down and trying out new things, and the lockdown has somehow facilitated just that, says singer Bindhumalini, who, along with her musician-singer husband Vasu Dixit, is using the Covid-19 confinement to hone their craft and maintain a healthy lifestyle.Collaborations, recordings and even a new trackVasu has been working on new songs and projects that were put on the back burner because of his busy schedule and other work commitments . Also, a lot of musicians with whom I wanted to work are relatively free now. So, I am using this time to reconnect and look at possibilities of collaborating with them in the near future. Besides this, I am concentrating on the production of my musical ventures. The lockdown has given me some extra time to work on my own voice, says Vasu, who has also recently composed a song, titled Ruk Ja a track that focuses on slowing down and taking a break.A time of introspection and honing their craftApart from working towards making their music better, Vasu and Bindhu are also spending time in introspection. We are looking deeper into our individual styles of music. We also question ourselves and each other about our craft and personalities, explains Vasu.Doing yoga and sleeping early is routine nowMaintaining a healthy lifestyle is critical to stay productive during the lockdown. Eating on time, getting enough sleep and doing yoga regularly have become essential parts of our daily routine now, says Vasu.Gyan Mandali is a spontaneous and fun exerciseThe musician duo has come up with a short web series, called Gyan Mandali, which brings out their quirky side. This was just meant to be a fun exercise, an extension of something we have always practised between ourselves. But the response we received is both surprising and overwhelming, says Vasu.

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