Said to have been invented by Ravana, the Ravanhatta is played by the wandering folk bards of Rajasthan. Find out how this humble instrument could be an ancestor of the Violin
Join us on a journey through time as we trace the story of India’s only opera house and find out why a whole area in Mumbai is named after it!
Did you know that one of India’s great scientists also was a keen student of all things musical and did some path-breaking work on how instruments worked?
The great Ustad Alladiya Khan lost his voice because the Raja of Amleta made him perform relentlessly. This provoked him to develop a unique musical syntax which came to be known as Jaipur Gharana.