Synonyms for phanibhushan or Related words with phanibhushan

jogtiyani              sohaag              dwitio              singhbhupinder              thalageri              amrishbhai              vandiyile              ananthaswami              vijayotsava              pataskar              kuraiyum              siritanakke              yaamangal              dhokarikar              meenati              sadaguru              monalika              aanandavalli              bhaaryamaar              visalachchi              vijp              chandrikayil              moonmi              pathitha              biswanathan              nilukada              aagashe              banchhanidhi              bahadu              thirukannangudi              komathi              mayadev              nagulamma              gurulingajangam              ottrai              premalaya              nizhalum              sruthilayalu              kayalkkarayil              malaramannan              ranpise              youraj              joitabhai              cheruppakkar              kalavalli              naralasetty              vaanamudhe              kolasani              sudalaimada              bandale             

Examples of "phanibhushan"
Jatin introduced Bhavabhushan to Suren Tagore, a nephew of Rabindranath Tagore. While looking after their estates at Silaidaha, the Tagores often consulted their solicitor Basantakumar Chatterjee, Jatin’s maternal uncle and father of Phanibhushan and Nirmalkumar. And, like Rabindranath and Basantakumar, Suren not only held classes for the members of Jatin’s club, but also practised riding, rowing and self-defence with them. Fond of Jatin and his friends, Suren taught them to think not only in terms of India’s freedom but, especially, of Asian unity.
Beck is the first American singer and performer of Hindustani classical vocal music. Beginning in 1976, he has studied vocal music for over seven years in India under the traditional system of Guru-Sishya-Parampara (disciplic lineage). He initially learned from Sangeetacharya Sailen Banerjee at the Tansen Music College in Kolkata (1976–1980). Prof. Sailen Banerjee, vocalist and organiser of the famous Tansen Music Conferences, was a disciple of Ustad Dabir Khan, the hereditary descendent of Tansen, singer at the court of Emperor Akbar in the sixteenth century, and of Pt. Phanibhushan Ganguli, disciple of Ustad Faiyaz Khan of Agra Gharana. Beck received formal initiation into Hindustani vocal music by taking the nada-bandh ceremony from Prof. Banerjee in 1978. In 1978, Beck was accepted for further training at the ITC Sangeet Research Academy (SRA) founded in Kolkata in 1978. As the first non-Indian to be admitted to SRA vocal classes and seminars, he was taught there by Ustad Fariduddin Dagar, Pt. V. G. Jog, Ustad Latafat Hussain Khan, Pt. Vijay Kichlu, Pt. Jnan Prakash Ghosh, and Pt. A.T. Kanan. At SRA, he later continued his studies under Pt. Arun Bhaduri (Guru) and Pt. Vijay Kichlu (Founding Executive Director and Guru). He also received valuable guidance from Pt. Kumar Mukherjee, and has also learned three years from Sri Ashish Goswami, disciple of Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan of Patiala Gharana. During his time in Calcutta, he was fortunate to attend live concerts of renowned vocalists Pt. Kumar Gandharva, Pt. Mallikarjun Mansoor, Ustad Ata Hussain Khan, Ustad Aminuddin Dagar, Ustad Sharafat Khan, Smt. Hirabai Barodekar, Smt. Gangubai Hangal, Pt. Bhimsen Joshi, Pandit Jasraj, and Ustad Hafiz Ahmed Khan. For basic training in Dhrupad, Beck learned from the younger Dagar Brothers in New Delhi in 1978, and also learned many rare Dhrupad compositions of the Vishnupur Gharana from Pandit Sambhunath Mukhopadhyaya of the Chhandam Institute of Dhrupad in Calcutta.