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Siddheshwari Devi

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Siddheshwari Devi
Vocalist Siddheshwari Devi (1903-1977)
One of the four pillar of Tumri and Khayal, she learnt from her aunt Rajeshwari Devi, whose royal patron was Shayajji Rao Gaikwad, the Maharaja of Baroda.

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Mallikarjun Mansur Man Playing Dhak Instrument, Eastern IndiaEntertainment for the KingBasuri Flute Player Vocalist Gangubai Hanagal Musicians of Mogul Period
Sawai Gandharva Gavayi Woman with String InstrumentThe Titti Musical InstrumentThe Musical Instrument of Tanpura The Nagara and Choughada DrumsArtist Suman Kalyanpur
Hindustani Classical Vocalist Vilayat Hussain KhanUstad Faiyaz KhanM.S. Subbulakshmi (1916-2004)Surbahar Player Annapurna DeviYou are hereLadies Playing Drums
Musician Lata Mangeshkar Bhimsen Joshi Delineating a RaagaGolden Voices of YesteryearsMushtaq Hussain KhanMusicans in Moghul CourtThe Raga of Bengal
Maestros Ravishankar (Sitar) and Ali Akbar Khan (Sarod)Five Faced DrumSarangi Musical InstrumentRam Narayan, felicitating Ustad Abdul Latif khanSomanath MaradurUstad Ali Akbar Khan (1922-2009)
Ustad Allauddin Khan

 

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