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Jamshedpur’s Vidhushi Krishna Ganguly sings into the hearts of audience


Jamshedpur, Dec. 18: Dedicated classical music and dance platform, Swaranjali of Delhi  in association with Pracheen Kala Kendra Chandigarh is organising five-day festival ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav 2021’ to mark 75th year of India’s Independence. Artists from all over the world including Jamshedpur are participating.

On day 3 of the festival, an array of popular classical vocalists, instrumentalists and danseuses enthralled connoisseurs and general lovers of this genre of presentation.

Among the classical glitterati was Vidushi Krishna Ganguly whose melodious voice executing the intricate vocal nuances mesmerized listeners.

Vidhushi Krishna Ganguly of Jamshedpur is the disciple of Guru late Deep Narayan Sing, Pt. Prakiti Majumdar, Pt Jagdish Prasad, Vidushi Girija Devi, her father Parimalendu Ganguly and mother Manjulika Ganguly.

Krishna Ganguly is working with All India Radio (AIR) Jamshedpur as music department head.

She sang Rag Bageshree , in madhyalaya bandish…” ab ghar aja piya more shyam ..” in taal rupak followed by Drut composition ” A ho dhaye dhaye gar lagun ” in teen taal. She ended with a beautiful Thumri in raag mishra Koushik dhwani..” maine lakhon ke bol sahee sitamgar tere liye.” 

She was accompanied by Swarup Moitra on Tabla and Manmohan Singh on Harmonium.

It concluded by a flute recital by Ashok Kumar Singh, a Tata Steel employee, Visharad (graduation in music) from Gandhav Mahavidyalaya, Mumbai.  He is the disciple of Guru- late Pt. N L Bose, Pt. Chetan Joshi New Delhi, Amulya Tripathy, currently Pt. Bhut Nath De , Jamshedpur. Ashok is a famous flutist in the city performing Raag Chandrakauns Beautiful raga Alap Jorh Jhala. He nicely presented the rendition of swaras and raaga emotion which touched the heart of audiences.

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