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Indian classical music is a rich tradition that originated in South Asia and can now be found in all corners of the world. It’s origins date back to sacred Vedic scriptures over 6,000 years ago where chants developed a system of musical notes and rhythmic cycles. In this way, Indian classical music is very closely connected to nature, taking inspiration from natural phenomena including the seasons and times of the day to create ‘ragas’ or musical moods and many time cycles or ‘taals’ that have been further codified.Compositions are fixed but most of the music is improvised within the structure of notes and mathematics. This gives the music a spontaneous freedom where each artist and every performance is ensured to be completely unique.

Indian classical music is generally passed down in an oral tradition where the student would spend many years with their ‘guru’, developing a very special, spiritual bond, imbibing all aspects of the music along with philosophical and moral principles that shape them for life.

Avasarala Kanyakumari

2003

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Arvind Natverlal Parikh

2003

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Banamali Maharana

2003

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Bhavani Shankar

2003

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Ghulam Mustafa Waris Khan

2003

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Kadri Gopalnath

2003

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M. A. Narasimhachar

2003

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Trichur V. Ramachandran

2003

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Yashwant Bua Joshi

2003

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Aashish Khan

2004

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Balwant Rai Bhatt

2004

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C. Saroja & C. Lalitha

2004

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Lokendra Arambam

2004

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Pasumarlhi Seetha Ramiah

2004

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Shashadhar Acbarya

2004

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Suresh Talwalkar

2004

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Tejpal Singh & Surender Singh

2004

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Tiruvengadu A. Jayaraman

2004

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Brijbhushanlal Kabra

2005

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Kashinath Pujapanda

2005

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Ongole Nidamanuri Rangaiah

2005

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Puliyur Subramaniam Narayanaswamy

2005

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Ramashrey jha

2005

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Sevilimedu Veeravalli Parthasarathy

2005

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Shukl Chandrashekhar Ramkrishna Bbat

2005

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Tulsidas Vasant Borkar

2005

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Vadakkencheri Veeraraghava Subrahmanyam

2005

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Chingleput Ranganathan

2006

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Chitravina N. Ravikiran

2006

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Doraiswamy Pasupathi

2006

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Gautam Bhattacharya

2006

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Kumar Bose

2006

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Rashid Khan

2006

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Shahid Parvez Khan

2006

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Thiruvaarur Bakthavathsalam

2006

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Vijay Kumar Kichlu

2006

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Balasubramanya Iyer Krishnamoorti

2007

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Govardhan Mishra

2007

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Khayyam (Mohammad Zahoor Hashmi)

2007

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Nandan Mehta

2007

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Ramoo Prasad Shastri

2007

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S.R.D. Vaithiyanathan

2007

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Sharafat Abdul Majid Satarmaker

2007

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Vidya Shankar

2007

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Vidyadhar Narayanrao Vyas

2007

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Abdul Rashid Khan

2009

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Ali Ahmad Hussain Khan

2009

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Dandamudi Sumathi Rama Mohan Rao

2009

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laishram lbohalmacha Singh

2009

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Lachman Singh Seen

2009

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Parassala B. Ponnammal

2009

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U. Shrinivas

2009

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Vasundhara Komkali

2009

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1 2019 Sangeet Sangam Manan Kendra Auditorium, Gangtok, Sikkim

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Indian classical music is a rich tradition that originated in South Asia and can now be found in all corners of the world. It’s origins date back to sacred Vedic scriptures over 6,000 years ago where chants developed a system of musical notes and rhythmic cycles. In this way, Indian classical music is very closely connected to nature, taking inspiration from natural phenomena including the seasons and times of the day to create ‘ragas’ or musical moods and many time cycles or ‘taals’ that have been further codified.Compositions are fixed but most of the music is improvised within the structure of notes and mathematics. This gives the music a spontaneous freedom where each artist and every performance is ensured to be completely unique.

Indian classical music is generally passed down in an oral tradition where the student would spend many years with their ‘guru’, developing a very special, spiritual bond, imbibing all aspects of the music along with philosophical and moral principles that shape them for life.

Indian classical music is a rich tradition that originated in South Asia and can now be found in all corners of the world. It’s origins date back to sacred Vedic scriptures over 6,000 years ago where chants developed a system of musical notes and rhythmic cycles. In this way, Indian classical music is very closely connected to nature, taking inspiration from natural phenomena including the seasons and times of the day to create ‘ragas’ or musical moods and many time cycles or ‘taals’ that have been further codified.Compositions are fixed but most of the music is improvised within the structure of notes and mathematics. This gives the music a spontaneous freedom where each artist and every performance is ensured to be completely unique.

Indian classical music is generally passed down in an oral tradition where the student would spend many years with their ‘guru’, developing a very special, spiritual bond, imbibing all aspects of the music along with philosophical and moral principles that shape them for life.

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