Tag: hariprasad chaurasia

  • Milind Sheorey – The Divine Confluence

    When I listened to Shri. Milind Sheorey for the first time, I remembered what Pt. Shivkumar Sharma said in ‘Antardhwani’, a documentary made by national film archives exploring the journey of this Santoor Maestro. He says- A Guru should not look at sculpting dozens or hundreds of disciples. Even if you are able to create […]

  • Enlightening Interview- Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia

    Dear Readers, a few years ago, I got a chance to interact with Pt. hariprasad Chaurasia for around one hour. As all of us know, Hariji is a towering figure in the world of Indian Classical Music. Apart from that, he is a very nice human being, trying to spread flute and music around the […]

  • What did music teach me?

    As far as I can remember my past, I find some place for music. The oldest memories which I have about myself, have a tint of music, a unique flavour of records of Pt. Bhimsen Joshi that my father used to play in our house. Those days are still clear in front of me, now. […]

  • Annapurna Devi – So far, so close

    Life is really strange. I am always fascinated about Indian Classical Music performers. I always attend the concerts, listen to the records and am submerged in the world. As the years passed, this affection moved to a higher state. I entered a state where I wanted to meet the artists and talk to them. I […]

  • Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia in Pune Festival 2013

    Generally, in India, Kerala is considered to be god’s own land. For me, Pune is gods’ own land. Of course, my context is totally different. Kerala, one of the most beautiful states in India is blessed with incomparable natural beauty. Pune has its own reasons to be called as gods’ own land. Pune is gods’ […]

  • Rakesh Chaurasia – The rebirth of flute

    Why Rakesh Chaurasia? In many previous articles, I talked about famous musicians of India like Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia and Pt. Nityanand Haldipur. These articles can be read here- Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia – a living wonder Pt. Nityanand Haldipur – Essence of simplicity This is for the first time that I am talking about Rakesh Chaurasia. […]

  • Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia – A living wonder

    If you consider may be thousands of people, out of them two can appreciate music. If you take thousands of such music appreciating people, out of them one or two will take up some instrument and practice. Out of thousands of such such persons who sit and practice, one or two become great artists. And […]

  • Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia in Vintage Car

    Yesterday night, on 8th January 2012, Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia was going to perform at Swarjhankar Festival in Pune. From my sources, I came to know that he will be coming in a Vintage Austin car owned by a person in Nashik. I tried to capture it with which ever camera I had. Here the entire […]

  • Arti Ankalikar in CoEP and Hariprasad Chaurasia-Different Attitudes

    SPICMACAY is an organization which organizes concerts of various maestros across India for students to spread awareness about Indian Classical Music. Yesterday,we had Arti Ankalikar Tikekar in our college auditorium under the banner of SPICMACAY. I had a glimpse of how two people behave differently, how two giants act differently. Please note that I am […]

  • Kirwani – Pt. hariprasad Chaurasia

    Human being are blessed as far as one context is concerned. Human can sense the superhuman quality of something which apparently seems totally human. A  nice example of this is that some small phrases, or some short lines given by great people which apparently not at all seem     great, attract us. Those lines are ordinary, […]