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New Delhi, 8 th April

Pandit Bhimsen Joshi , renowned for khayal form of singing along with devotional singing of bhajans was one of the greatest Indian vocalists in the Hindustani classical tradition. generations who grew till 80s remember him for his popular rendition “Mile sur mera tumahra” on DD’s early days.  A musical marvel, who lifted the listeners to a divine experience with his singing, Pandit Joshi was born in the town of Gadag in the northern part of Karnataka on Februray 4, 1922.

Bhimsen’s music has been hailed by both the critics and the masses with his performances marked by by spontaneity and accurate notes, but his specialisation came in for ragas most popularly Shuddha Kalyan, Miyan Ki Todi and Darbari raga.  But the newer generation remembers Pandit Joshi more popularly for his much hyped rendition on Mile Sur Mera Tumhara music video. Apart from the classical music Joshi has even sung for several films – like Basant Bahar with Manna Dey and Birbal My Brother with Pandit Jasraj, Tansen and Ankahee. MUSIC seemed to require him to use every part of his body. From a slow, mesmerised, almost motionless start his eyes would roll upwards, foreshadowing the ascent of the notes that emerged from his distended, gaping mouth. His hands flailed, as though reaching for some imagined object just out of his grasp. Perhaps Bhimsen Joshi was trying to bring back to earth a soaring note from one of his magnificent taans, the series of rapid melodic passages with which great classical singers in the Hindustani tradition of northern India demonstrate how skilled they are. Apart from the classical music Joshi has even sung for several films – like Basant Bahar with Manna Dey and Birbal My Brother with Pandit Jasraj, Tansen and Ankahee.

Now on the occasion of the birth centenary of Bharat Ratna , the Delhiites will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the Indian culture and tradition of classical music from April 8 to April 10.
On behalf of Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, as a tribute to Pandit Bhimsen Joshi on his centenary year, a program titled ‘Jo Bhaje Hari Ko Sada’ will start on 08 April at 06 PM at Unmukt Theater (Open Air Auditorium) of Kala Kendra, Janpath. . ‘Jo Bhaje Hari Ko Sada’ is a famous bhajan of Pandit ji.

Member secretery of IGNCA, Dr Sachchidanand Joshi said about the program, that as a Human being , one should remember our legends and tradions, and this may be a best oportunity for youngsters to know about the Pt. Bheem senJoshi ji.

 

Information has been provided by Dr Sachchidanand Joshi said that Pandit Bhimsen Joshi is not only synonymous with Indian musical tradition but also Indianism. This three-day program has tried to incorporate every musical gharana and every raga from north to south. Two musical meetings have been organized in the morning so that people can enjoy the morning ragas as well. On the first day, Young musician Shri Biraj Joshi, grandson of pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Srinivas Joshi, son of Bhimsen Joshi and pandit Ajoy Chakraborty will participate .
According to Dr Joshi , the next day on April 09 at 09 am, there will be singing of scholar Ambareesh Das and Vidushi Purnima Dhumale. There will be a performance by Vidushi Manjiri Asnare and Pandit Anand Bhate from 6 pm on that day. On the last day on 10th April from 09 am, there will be Abhang singing of scholar Ganesh Kumar and presentations of scholar Vignesh Ishwar with scholar Amrita Murli. Ustad Shaukat Hussain Khan and Pandit Ulhas Kashalkar can be heard in the last meeting from 6 pm onwards. The event will be open to all music lovers.

As part of the year-long Pt. Bhimsen Joshi Birth Centenary concerts ‘Bhimpalas’, organised to pay tribute to the legendary musician, a eleven-day music festival is being held in Dharwad from March 20.

Pic Courtsy- AFP

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