The world was obsessed with the jugalbandi of both brothers and had a tradition of four hundred years of music

Newspaper stand, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjun Gautam
Updated Mon, Apr 26, 2021 12:13 AM EST

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The correct pronunciation and dignity of the raga is typical of Banaras. Rajan Mishra gave his first concert in Sri Lanka in 1978.

Padmabhushan Pandit Rajan Sajan Mishra plays the vocals.
– Photo: Amar Ujala

Pt. Rajan Mishra and Sajan Mishra, who recognize the Banaras Gharana around the world, have a different place. The world of the Jugalbandi of both brothers was crazy. When he came on stage, the crowd huddled to listen to him. Padma Shri Dr. Soma Ghosh said his family had 400 years of history. His great grandfather Pandit Bade Ram Mishra and his father Pandit Hanuman Mishra, Chachaji Gopal Mishra and his great grandfather were also musicians.Rajan Mishra believed that banaras is the only gharana in which all three genres of music, singing, playing and dancing are present. It is not found in other homes. In 1978 he gave his first concert in Sri Lanka and then his art in Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, the USA, Great Britain, the Netherlands, the USA, Singapore, Qatar, Bangladesh and many countries around the world. The world of the Jugalbandi of both brothers was crazy. The voices of both were different, but when performed together the two bodies became one life. This Jugalbandi is after Pt. Rajan Mishra broken.

Tablator Pt Rajneesh Mishra said that both brothers also loved Pahlavani. During an interview, Pt. Rajan Mishra that he loves to stay between nature and sport. Pt. Rajan Mishra believed that the correct pronunciation and dignity of the raga are typical of the Banaras Gharana.

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Pt. Rajan Mishra and Sajan Mishra, who recognize the Banaras Gharana around the world, have a different place. The world of the Jugalbandi of both brothers was crazy. When he came on stage, the crowd huddled to listen to him. Padma Shri Dr. Soma Ghosh said his family had 400 years of history. His great grandfather Pandit Bade Ram Mishra and his father Pandit Hanuman Mishra, Chachaji Gopal Mishra and his great grandfather were also musicians.

Rajan Mishra believed that banaras is the only gharana in which all three genres of music, singing, playing and dancing are present. It is not found in other homes. In 1978 he gave his first concert in Sri Lanka and then his art in Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, the USA, Great Britain, the Netherlands, the USA, Singapore, Qatar, Bangladesh and many countries around the world. The world of the Jugalbandi of both brothers was crazy. The voices of both were different, but when performed together the two bodies became one life. This Jugalbandi is after Pt. Rajan Mishra broken.

Tablator Pt Rajneesh Mishra said that both brothers also loved Pahlavani. During an interview, Pt. Rajan Mishra that he loves to stay between nature and sport. Pt. Rajan Mishra believed that the correct pronunciation and dignity of the raga are typical of the Banaras Gharana.

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