Son Bindu madhava pathak.
Veena sahasra bhdhe. Leading Hindustani Vocal artist
Reproduction of painting child krishna festering for butter while churning curds
Bendre and Bhim sen joshi
In younger days bhim sen joshi has sung love lyrics, when no woman artist came forward to sing them.
Jitendra Abhishek at concert
Shanta basrukar as a young girl
Rama krishna buva vaze
had the unique honor of singing devotional music for which swami vivekananda provided pakhawadj accompaniment during Vaze buas sojaourn my Mayavati
Indian String instruments
Ustad Bismilla khan who immortalized Shanai a blowing instruments used in Indian temples early in the morning
Shanai received the prestigious place in Hindustani classical music due to the endless efforts of Bismillakhan
The Pakhavaj. The inseparable percussion accompaniment
and playing of instruments like Been and Surbahar.
Tala or ghana instruments used in classical and folk instruments,
from left, Brahma talam, Manjira, Kharta, Jinka, Chimta, Manjiraa, Ghungroo
Ram narayan, felicitating Ustad Abdul latif khan
At sarangi sammelan, Bhopal, 1993
A bronze instrument.
Omkar nath thakur being accompanied by sitar Artist
The next is a peculiar Mogul posture of singing and playing. Here Shrikant Pathak son and disciple of Pandit Bindumadhav Pathak is seen with his Rudraveena a unique photograph indeed! Vilayat Hussain Khan of Agra Gharana.
Jitendra Abhishek with Mohan Nadkarni
1929_1998 Born in Mangueshi, Goa in a priestly family, Jitendra was greatly influenced by Bhakti Sangeet in his childhood. After he did his Metric from Bombay, he graduated with Sanskrit as a major subject and joined All India Radio Konkani section.
Chidanand nagarkar of Bangalore, Hindustani Vocal artist
Ustad Abdul vahid khan in his younger days
He was Abdul khan's navies, who trained hira bai badode ker and saraswati rane in Hindustani classical music
Bhimsen Joshi, engrossed in classical recital
A classical sequence at the inauguration of music festival Bombay
Late Visweshwaran at a recital
Sharaschadra Arolkar and Pandit shankar A rare photo graph. A rare photograph on the occasion of 60th birthday celebration of Pandit sharaschandra arolkar
His guru pandit krishna rao shankar pandit of gawlior Gharana held in Chabil das high school. The event begun with shobha gurtur and ahmadjan tirakhwa played tabala solo for 2 hours at to 84.
Lost in a Raga
Picture of Bhimsen Joshi
Ramakrishna Bua Waze (1871-1945)
Vaze Bua was a maestro of Gwalior gharana of Hindustani Classical Music
Portrait of Vrinda Mundkur Dilip Kumar
Mundkur trained under Feroz Dastur. She has given numerous performances in India and abroad.
Maestros Ravishankar (Sitar) and Ali Akbar Khan (Sarod)
Getting down from the tree, reproduction of shubharay painting
Nancy lesh practicing with uday bhaval kar
another drupad vocalist, she is playing cello. A western instrument
Veena is one of the earliest instruments with frits normally played with a glass weight type with one hand strings and plucked ny another. The difference between Sitar and Veena is Sitar is played with a Mizrab(ring) out on the finger unliking Veena
Yashoda Settling a Quarrel Between Krishna and Balaram
Detail of a painting by Shubharay
Saragi, The instrument
"Raasa leela", Gopis playing rhythm of life, reproduction shubaray's painting
Vishnu Digambar Paluskar.
Doyen among Hindustani musicians. He gave to Hindustani music to present format
"Raasa leela", reproduction shubaray's painting
Late Nagesh R son Benagal ram rao's . Benagal. Of the famous benagal rama rao. Governor of bank of India 1925-2002
He was a trained Vocalist of Agra gharana and disciple of Later Pandit Rama rao Nayak of Bangalore. He performed from AIR stations of Madras, Bombay, Bangalore, Ahamadabad
Beautifully ornamented and painted Sitar
Ustad Alla Uddin Khan, The versatile Musician
Tasha. The loud percussion instruments. Played during festivals.
Left to right1. Gopichand, Ektara, Toombi, Tuntuna
"Raasa leela" Krishna pacifying angry Radha, Reproduction of Shubharay's paintings
Jyoti Hegde of Sirasi, a disciple of Bindu Madha Pathak, Rudra veena Artist
Percussion instrument used in classical concerts
Young artists being trained for Karnatak music kacheri by Parvati kumar in Tala vadya kacheri in Mumbai
From left tala, Mrudanga, Manjira, gatha, morching. Tala
Hari prasad chowrasiya playing on the Kacheri