Sabha - performance or city?
If you follow the above link, you'll find where this article started. There was a link in the "Do" section that referred to this article. However, after reading a bit more of the Do section, it would appear that a Sabah would not neccessarily make for an appropriate WikiTravel article. To further explore this theory, I looked in the WikiPedia for a Sabah. The only thing I found was references to a city (and region) in Libya, so I figured it should probably go in that direction. To top it off, the exisiting copy for this article was not much more than gibberish:
"sabha details with all history origin of the sabha how it started,each sabha and its programs must be detailed and given. details of some more famous sabhas like music academy kalakshethra,naradha gana sabha,mylapore fine arts,bharathiya vidhya bhavan -rasika ranjini sabha,hamsadhwani,karthik fine arts, and all must be given "
And as I consider it a little more... maybe this page should probably be a disambiguation page, because Sabha is both a municipality and a city... hmmm...
-- (WT-en) Ilkirk 09:56, 23 Aug 2005 (EDT)
- You are right. Sabha would mean a concert. In this context, it means a concert of (South) Indian classical music and it is some sort of tradition in Madras. But I don't think it would be an article in Wikivoyage.