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Srinjoy Mukherjee

MUSIC is Only For Peace and Harmony..........

It is already known worldwide that India is a culturally exotic country and Srinjoy Mukherjee, is a progeny of this magnanimous traditional legacy. He is a devoted and well trained Sarod player of the Senia Bangash Gharana.


He was born in a highly enriched musical family. His grandfather Pandit Bibhuti Bhushan Mukherjee was a Pakhwaz
player. Inspired by his father, He started learning Sarod under the guidance of his respected teacher, Diptesh

Deepankar Ganguly

From a very young age the Bansuri captured his imagination, learning from his father initially and then later on from other learned musicians. His learning started at an early age from his father Late Shri Bhabani Sankar. The turning point in his life came when he was accepted by his guru Late Pandit Malhar Rao Kulkarni, as a shisya and here it is he learned the gayaki ang, dhrupad and the various intricacies of the bansuri. The Maihar gharana has a special importance in Hindusthani music and is known for its beauty and rendering of music.

Rajendra Teredesai [Bansuri Maestro]

Pandit Rajendra Teredesai is one of the foremost ganda-bandh disciples of the bansuri maestro Padmavibhushan Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, and a bansuri virtuoso in his own right.

He began his musical journey at the age of 12 and was initiated as his ganda bandh disciple in 1981, acquiring vigorous grooming in the traditional guru-shishya parampara. He belongs to the grand musical heritage of the Senia Maihar Gharana.

Arup Ratan Mukherjee (Sitar)

Born in the ancient city of Pataliputra. Arup’s talent in sitar blossomed initially under the tutelage of his mother Smt. Nilakshi Mukharjee and later from Late Arun Kumar Chatterjee.

In August 1986, he was fortunate to be the disciple of Pandit Jotin
Bhattacharya who himself is a disciple of Baba Allauddin Khan Saheeb of
Maihar and has dedicated his life in performing and teaching very few
students in the purest tradition. of Indian Classical Music under his

Chaitanya Kunte (Harmonium player)

Chaitanya Kunte is a multi-dimensioned personality, who has received a great appreciation as a Harmonium player, composer and scholar. Chaitanya has been undergoing extensive training in Indian classical music, especially for Harmonium under able guidance of his Guru Dr. Arawind Thatte. He has also benefitted by the valuable guidance by Pt. Mohanrao Karve and Dr. Ashok Da. Ranade for Hindustani vocal music.

G. GANESAN (Mridangam Artist)

Guru : Hanumanthapuram R.J. Bhuvaragan

Mridangam for Seventeen years.Learnt Vocal from Guru Maharajapuram Ramachandran For Six years.

Merit Scholarship : Government of India

Ministry of Tourism and Culture
New Delhi-1. Year (2002 – 2004)

Vocal & Instrumental Concerts Accompaniment :
Maharajapuram Ramachandran, Charulatha Mani, Uma Maheswaran,


Little did any one realize that a young lad from tinsel town in Karnataka, would one day soar high into the limitless sky of his musical fantasies truly like a man possesed. One of the favourite disciples of flute maestro Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia. Bapu Padmanabha,affectionately known as “BAPU” has now finally arrived in the muscal scene of the country.

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