The roots of the Indian classical music are found in the Vedic literature and the ancient Natyashastra. Sangita-Ratnakara of Sarangadeva is regarded as the definitive text by both the Hindustani music and the Carnatic music traditions. Sarangadeva describes Bhinn Shadaj as the raga which has dhaivata as its fundamental and initial note and i>madhyama as its final note. IGNCA, in its efforts to popularize the melodic structure of Indian Classical music and to promote rendering of rare ragas, which are not performed generally in music concerts, started a classical series.
Smt. Sadolikar-Katkar one the lady of Khayal of in present and from Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana. of well-known Pandit Sadolikar, started her lessons home a young age. was disciple the Ustak Khan, of Jaipur-Atrauli tradition, making ji's highly and grounded tradition. Later, also guidance Pandit Jasdanwalla, of Khan's students. is associated the College Music. Lucknow.
Accompany Tabla: Vinod Lele, accompanied Harmonium: Dr. Mishra.
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