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Morning Raga: A classical music soiree at Bharat Sevashram Sangh

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Jamshedpur, Oct 3:   Jamshedpur Music Circle, an institution devoted to the promotion of Indian classical music and artistes on Sunday organized the second episode of Morning Raga – 2021 at the Bharat Sevashram Sangh (BSS) in Sonari. Vocalists along with the Swamis of BSS performed the Vandana as prayer to founder of the cult, Yugacharya Shrimad Swami Pranavananda Ji Maharaj to set the musical tone for the morning. Admired Sitarist Aniruddh Sen offered a delectable performance with compositions based on Sitar. In his presentation, he presented two Bandishs’ in Raga Basant Bukhari in Aalap, Jod, Jhal, Vilambit and Drut Teen Taal. His captivating recital on Sitar was made all the more engrossing with the accompaniment of master tabaliya Amitabh Sen.

Vocalist Kakoli Mukherjee underlined her dexterity in the genre with renditions in Ektaal Vilambit, Raga Vistaar, Sargam, Tankari, Drut Teen Taal, Thumri in Raga Jaunpuri and concluded her magical performance with a bhajan as an ode to Devi Durga that was entitled, ‘Bhavani Dayaini.’ She received excellent support on the tabla by Saurav Lahiri.

The final recital came from flute maestro Ashok Singh who regaled the knowledgeable audience with his prsentations of tunes that he introduced with Vilambit and then continued with Madhya Laya Rupak and Drut Teen Taal Bandish in Raga Bairagi. Swarup Moitra on the tabla proved yet again why he is regarded by music lovers as one of the classical music prides of Jamshedpur. Anchor Sujit Roy did a smart and immaculate job to keep the morning classical mood flowing in glory.

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