Nachiketa Sharma | Samarpan

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Samarpan

by Nachiketa Sharma

The music is Hindustani, or North Indian classical, music in the vocal style. Nachiketa Sharma amalgamates three gharanas in his rendition - Kirana, Patiala and Gwalior.
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1. Raga Nat Bhairav
28:46 album only
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2. Raga Kukubh Bilawal
17:51 album only
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3. Raga Patdeep
15:47 album only
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4. Raga Malkauns
5:46 album only
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5. Bhajan (in Hindi)
4:52 album only

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Hailing from Dharwad, Karnataka, Nachiketa Sharma was initiated into Hindustani classical vocal music by his parents. His formal study began in Madras under Shri B. N. Simha and later under Shri B. Hanumantachar. His rigorous and extended pedagogy came under the virtuoso late Padmabhushan Pandit Basavraj Rajguru. Nachiketa has performed in several cities across India and the United States. He is a resident of the San Francisco Bay Area and runs the Rajguru Sangeet Vidyaniketan school of music.

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PharaohsDance

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I love this recording! I have used it for yoga class. I've played it to ward off the blahs. It has helped me de-stress... My fave track is Raga Malkauns; Listening to it, one envisions the flow of a body of water. It rises and falls, makes you feel as if you're floating; facilitating some serious tai chi movement. A close second is Raga Kubkubh Bilawal. The blue note-bending in Mr. Sharma's vocals add even more soul to what is in itself a fabulous ensemble of tablas, sitar, and harmonium. We haven't had a real dose of Indian groove since Ravi Shankar hooked up with the Beatles. In my humble opinion, Mr. Sharma is poised to fill that void.
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