This is from my CD "Romance of Raags & Songs in Bengal" - Drut - Jhala
From my album "Romance of Raags & Songs from Bengal"
From my CD "Chakra"
My first album with world renowned tabla maestro Pandit Anindo Chatterjee. A combination of sublime and romantic ragas like Puryadhaneshree and Kirwani.
Another memorable recording with the legendary Pandit Anindo Chatterjee.
The deep mood of Raag Charukeshi and the subtleties of Raag Manj Khamaj saturated with emotion.
A solo sitar meditational music. the various tones in three and a half octaves along the sitar, potrays the wide horizon of Raags Charukeshi and Hemant.
A tribute album to my singer aunt whose name was Bulbul. Her voice was as sweet as the voice of the Bulbul bird as well. As a musician, this is an ultimate gesture of respect to love and life. I have played her favorite raags Jaijawanti and Khamaj.
For ages the rivers and the ever green panorama of the luscious land of of Bengal has inspired poets and writers to express and intertwine ragas and lyrics. Being brought up in Bangladesh I have had the good fortune of experiencing this phenomenon. My expression in Raags Hameer, Desh, and Khamaj is an outpour of the connection to my birthplace.
This analogue recording with Ustad Taari Khan, one of the foremost tabla maestro of this era, is unique.
Raags Basant, Desh, and Shivranjani are in its truest form in sound and feeling.
This album is a tribute to my mother. It is due to her encouragement and belief in me that made my dream, to be a sitar player, come true. Raags Kedar Jhinjhori depict her well.
A fusion album of Indian classical and jazz based on raags. The various stages of life is portrayed through the moods of the raags. Saxophone player Bernhard Ullrich and renowned tabla maestro, Tanmoy Bose, has lent their artful expertise saturated with emotion.
The word Chakra means "cycle" in Sanskrit. The cycle of energy in relation to the Sun has been depicted by the energy of raags belonging to the time cycle theory of the North Indian classical music traditions.
Ekavali means "the connecting thread" in Sanskrit. This album is a musical message of the unity in humanity with sitar, world melodies and world percussion.
Sharing the rich heritage of Indian Classical Sitar at QAIC Community Day is a soft kick-off for the upcoming Cross Cultural exhibition this fall.
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