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A Good Sarangi Bow

The other day I found myself sitting with Shri Sarwar Hussain, a wonderful Sarangi player and a full of life character, late into the night. He showed me how his son is showing great promise on the Sarangi, we talked... Continue Reading →

Ustad Harbhajan Singh Namdhari – A Diamond in the Rough

I would like to share a few words about a gem of a person and a treasure of music hidden away in the town of Leeds, UK. Ustad ji lives in a tiny room tucked away in the upper floor... Continue Reading →

Dhrupad, Sikh Music and the start of my journey!

It has been an eventful start to my trip to say the least. There was last minute drama before I even got on the plane where I had to rush to buy my return ticket at the airport as, under... Continue Reading →

Back on the Sarangi trail

First a forewarning that this post may be a little boring for most readers but being a sarangi nerd I had to express the latest developments on this front. As you know I have been on the hunt for a... Continue Reading →

Dr Sahib and Master Krishan Singh

From Amritsar we were invited to Batala to stay with Dr. Gurinder Singh (aka. 'Dr. Sahib') a humble dentist by trade and also a fabulous vocalist at the same time! We met him in London when he was touring the... Continue Reading →

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