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Patrick Moutal provides a much better and more complete picture gallery.

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Amir Khusru
(1253, Patiali near Etah/Badaun — 1325/1326)

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{1458 — 1479} The last ruler of Sharqui dynasty (Jaunpur Sultanate), Hussain Shah Sharqui ruled in this period. He assumed the title of {\it Gandharva} and contributed significantly in the development of Khayal, a genre of Hindustani classical music. He also composed several new ragas. Most notable among these are Malhar-syama, Gaur-syama, Bhopal-syama, Hussaini- or Jaunpuri-asavari (presently known as Jaunpuri) and Jaunpuri-basant.

1480 Purandardas (1480–1564) is considered to be the father of Carnatic music

Swami Haridas
(1480, Rajpur — )

considered as avatar? of Narada, teacher of Miyan Tansen, Baiju Bawra et al

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Miyan Tansen
(1493/1506 — 1586/1589)

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Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad Akbar
Reign (1556 — 1605)

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Zafar Khan (1775 — 1825) was born

Pyar Khan was born

Basat Khan (1787 — 1887) was born

Amir Khan (1814 — 1873/1870) was born to Umrao Khan of Banaras, in the line of Tansen’s daughter Saraswati devi (Rahim Khan is Amir Khan’s brother and beenkar Wazir Khan is his son). (source : date from http://india.tilos.hu/english_gh_maihar.html, rest from p. 138 of Sitar and Sarod …

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Wajid Ali Shah
(30 July, 1822 — 1 September, 1887)
Reign (13 February, 1847 — 7 February, 1856)

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Wazir Khan
(1851 — 1926)

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Eknath Pandit
(~1955? — )

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Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande
(10 August, 1860. Walkeshwar — 19 September, 1936, Ganesh Chaturthi)

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18 August, 1872, Kurundwad — 21 August, 1931)

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Abdul Karim Khan
(11 November, 1872, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh — 27 October, 1937)

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Brajendra Kishore Roy Chowdhury (1281 — 1364 Bengali year, i.e., 1874 — 1957) was born

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Amir Khan
(1876 — 1934)

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Hafiz Ali Khan
(1877/1888 — 1972, New Delhi)

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Faiyaz Khan
(1880, Agra — 5 November 1950, Baroda)

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Bundu Khan
(1880, Delhi — 13 January, 1955, Pakistan)

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Allauddin Khan
(1862/1881, Shivpur, East Bengal — 1972, Maihar)

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Sawai Gandharva
(19 January, 1886 — 12 September, 1952)

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Shamshuddin Khan
(1890, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh — )

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Ahmed Jan Thirakwa
(1892?, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh — 1976, Lucknow)

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Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit
(26 July, 1893 — 1989)

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Enayat Khan
(1894, Uttar Pradesh — 1938, Calcutta)

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Omkarnath Thakur
(24 June, 1897 — 29 December, 1967)

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Amir Hussain Khan
(1897 — 1969)

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Srikrishna Narayan Ratanjankar
(1 January, 1900 — 14 February, 1974)

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Birendrakishore Roychowdhury
(1903? — 1972)

Birendra Kishore Roy Chowdhury (~1901/1903? — 1972) was born. (born on 30 Asada, 1301 Bengali year, i.e. mid-July, 1903, p. 556, 1340, Sangeet Bignan Prabeshika)

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B. R. Deodhar
(1902, Miraj — )

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Bade Ghulam Ali Khan
(2 April, 1902, Kasur, Punjab — 25 April, 1968, Hyderabad)

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Hirabai Barodekar
(1905, Miraj — 20 November, 1989)

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Dabir Khan
(1905 — 1972)

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Mallikarjun Mansoor
(31 December, 1910, Dharwad, Karnataka — 12 September, 1992)

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Pannalal Ghosh
(24 July, 1911, Barisal — 20 April, 1960, New Delhi)
(the correct date was pointed out by Vishvas M. Kulkarni in a comment in the end of this page)

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Jnan Prakash Ghosh
(1912 — 18 February, 1997)

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Amir Khan
(15 August, 1912, Indore — 13 February, 1974, Kolkata)

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Gangubai Hangal
(5 March, 1913, Dharwad, Karnataka — 21 July, 2009, Hubli, Karnataka)

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Anokhelal Mishra
(1914, Kashi — 10 March, 1958)

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Taranath Ram Rao Hattiangadi
(1915–1991)

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1916  The first All India Music conference in Baroda

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M.S. Subbulakshmi
(16 September, 1916, Madurai — 11 December, 2004)

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Bismillah Khan
(21 March, 1916, Dumraon, Bihar — 21 August, 2006, Varanasi)

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Chinmoy Lahiri
(1916 — 17 August, 1984)

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Radhika Mohan Maitra
(1917, Kolkata — 1981, Kolkata)

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1918 The second All India Music conference in Delhi

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Feroz Dastur
(1918 — 9 May, 2008, Mumbai)

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Karamatullah Khan
(1917/1918, Rampur — 1980? )

source : http://www.telegraphindia.com/1050220/asp/calcutta/story_4402450.asp and Tabla by Sadanand Naimpalli

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1919 The third All India Music conference in Benaras

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Alla Rakha Khan Qureshi
(29 April, 1919, Paghwal, Jammu and Kashmir — 3 February, 2000, Mumbai)

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Ravi Shankar
(7 April, 1920, Banaras — )

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Dattatreya Vishnu Paluskar
(28 May, 1921, Kurundwad, Kolhapur — 25 October, 1955)

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Bhimsen Joshi
(4 February, 1922, Gadag, Karnataka — 24 January, 2011, Pune)

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V. G. Jog
(22 February, 1922 — 31 January, 2004)

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Ali Akbar Khan
(14 April, 1922, Shivpur, East Bengal — 18 June, 2009, San Anselmo, California)

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Devendra Murdeshwar
(19 September, 1923 — 29 January, 2000)

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Kumar Gandharva
(8 April, 1924, Sulebhavi, Erstwhile Bombay Presidency — 12 January, 1992, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh)

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V. G. Karnad
(1925 — )

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Ravi Bellare
(1927 — 16 April, 2005, California)

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Rahim Fahimuddin Dagar
(1927, Alwar — 27 July, 2011)

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Annapurna Devi (with Baba)
(23 April, 1927 — )

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Vilayat Khan
(28 August, 1928, Gauripur — 13 March, 2004)

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Zia Mohiuddin Dagar
(14 March, 1929, Udaipur — 28 September, 1990)

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Balamuralikrishna
(6 July, 1930, Sankaraguptam, East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh — )

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Nikhil Banerjee
(14 October, 1931, Calcutta — 27 January, 1986)

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Zia Fariduddin Dagar
(15 June, 1932, Udaipur — )

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Buddhadev Dasgupta
(1 February, 1933, Puruliya/Bhagalpur? — )

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Imrat Khan
(17 November, 1935, Calcutta — )

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Asad Ali Khan
(25 December, 1935, Alwar? — 14 June, 2011, New Delhi)

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Shamsuddin Faridi Desai
(1936/38 — 10:00 am IST, 16 August, 2011, Delhi)

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At the nth ? All India Music Conference in Calcutta, Ustad Bismillah Khan’s recital brought shehnai into limelight

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Shiv Kumar Sharma
(13 January, 1938, Jammu — )

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Hariprasad Chaurasia
(1 July, 1938, Varanasi — )

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Jagdish Prasad
(1938, Janmashtami, Bilaspur, Madhya Pradesh — 18th July, 2011)

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Rais Khan
(25 November, 1939, Indore — )

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Sultan Khan
(15 April, 1940, near Jaipur — 27 November, 2011, Mumbai)

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Amjad Ali Khan
(9 October, 1945, Gwalior — )

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First Music Conference after the Independence (1948)
Front Row: 1. ? 2. Nissar Hussain Khan (vocal) 3. Ahmedjan Thirakwa (tabla) 4. Hafiz Ali Khan (sarod) 5. Mustaq Hussain Khan (vocal) 6. Omkar Nath Thakur (vocal) 7. Rajendra Prasad (first President of India) 8. Kesarbai Kerkar (vocal) 9. Allaudin Khan (sarod) 10. Kante Maharaj (tabla) 11. Govind Rao Bharanpurkar (pakhawaj) 12. Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit (vocal) 13. Manohar Joshi (vocal)
Second Row: 1. Gulam Mustafa Khan (vocal) 2. Altaf Hussain Khan (tanpura) 3. ? 4. Karamat Hussain Khan (tabla) 5. Radhika Maitra (sarod) 6. Ilyas Khan (sitar) 7. Bismillah Khan (shenai) 8. Kishan Maharaj (tabla) 9. Ataf Hussain Khan (vocal) 10. Ravi Shankar (sitar) 11. Ali Akbar Khan (sarod) 12. Vilayat Khan (sitar) 13. Narayan Rao Viyas (vocal) 14. Vinayak Rao Patwardhan (vocal) 15. D.V. Paluskar (vocal)
Third Row: 1. — 5. Bismillah Khan party 6. B.R. Deodhar (vocal) 7. Gyan Prakash Ghosh (tabla) 8. Rajyadaksh (vocal) 9. ? 10. ? 11. Nimkar Bua
Fourth Row: 1. ? 2. Vinaya Chandra 3. ? 4. ? 5. ? 6. ?

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Zakir Hussain
(9 March, 1951, Mumbai —)

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Shahid Parvez
(14 October, 1955, Mumbai —)

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In his (Radhu Babu’s) final recital at AIR, accompanied by his close friend Gnan Prakash Ghosh (1977)

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2 Comments

  1. Vishvas M. Kulkarni says:

    Pannalal Ghosh’s correct date of birth was 24 July, 1911. (The WRONG NOTION that he was born 31 July is in circulation since a very long).

    • Thank you for informing the correct date of birth of Pannalal Ghosh and pointing out that the WRONG DATE is in circulation for a long time. Could you provide a reference? Although it may be hard to find one.

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