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Instrumental Gharanas
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The bansuri or North Indian flute with its pastoral associations and immortalized in Indian mythology as the chosen instrument of Lord Krishna, is one of the oldest musical instruments of India: it is mentioned in the Vedas and is depicted in the Buddhist art of 2,000 years ago. Made from the bamboo plant, it is perhaps the most natural and simple of all musical instruments. The North Indian flute in general is a little longer in length than its South Indian counterpart.more ..


Name of Artiste Gharana Raga Duration (Minutes) Source Audio Clip Add to My Music
Hariprasad Chaurasia Seni-Maihar Durga 17.36 ITC-SRA
Pravin Godkhindi - Hansadhwani 23.39 ITC-SRA
Pravin Godkhindi - Dhun 7.5 ITC-SRA
Raghunath Seth - Yaman 42.44 ITC-SRA
Rajendra Prasanna Banaras Kafi, Hori 7.36 ITC-SRA
Rajendra Prasanna Banaras Marwa 48.27 ITC-SRA
Ronu Majumdar Seni-Maihar Jhinjhoti 18.54 ITC-SRA
Rupak Kulkarni Seni-Maihar Maru Bihag 13.48 ITC-SRA
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