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Phadke’s rendition of Geet Ramayan enthrals audience

NAGPUR: It was once a serene environment in an open courtyard at Kaptan Wada, Mahal, the place Shridhar Phadke presented portions from Geet Ramayan in the beginning composed by his father Sudhir Phadke. The occasion was once Ganesh Jayanti which is noticed by advocate CS Kaptan with a classical song recital held in memory of his mom who gave up the ghost on this present day.
On Friday it was once the 20th 12 months of conserving this tournament which has seen participation of renowned artists like Manjula Rajurkar, Devki Pandit and Kalapani Komkali. It was once additionally the second time that song composer Shridhar Phadke was once performing at this venue.

This additionally being the centenary 12 months of MG Madgulkar and Sudhir Phadke, Shridhar aptly paid a tribute to the two stalwarts by singing one of the crucial compositions. The level, set in one nook underneath a tree faced the personal Ganesh temple in the courtyard and had flex images of lord Rama and Sita as its backdrop. “This is a pious position and this 12 months is significant as we're gazing the centenary of two maestros who created Geet Ramayan,” the singer said.

Beginning with the composition Kusa Lava Ramayan Gati, which was once first aired on April 1, 1955 at AIR Pune, Phadke replied to the applause by announcing that the greatness of the compositions are still appreciated. “This is the paintings of my father, I'm just presenting it here,” he said.

Narrating the concept in the back of the compositions, Phadke said all 56 songs had been set to other and relevant classical raags. “My father used the swar in a way that the listener may just in truth feel the narrative,” Phadke said giving an example for one of the crucial compositions set in raag Bhoop and adopted it with many others like ‘Dashrath ghe hiya payas’ and ‘Ram Janam lag sakhi’.

Geet Ramayan was once based on Valmiki’s epic and won Madgulkar the moniker Adhunik Valmiki. It remains one of the standard number of mild Marathi song and a popular model of Ramayan for Maharashtrians.

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