Raga Mala: The Autobiography of Ravi Shankar

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Element Books Limited, 1999 - Sitar players - 336 pages
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Raga Mala is an unprecedented look at Ravi Shankar, master of the sitar and one of the most enduring and inspriational performers of the twentieth century.

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RAGA MALA: The Autobiography of Ravi Shankar

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Blending first-person narrative with the voices of many acclaimed performers and close friends, legendary sitar player and Indian musical ambassador Shankar tells his story, replete with art ... Read full review

Raga mala: the autobiography of Ravi Shankar

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Born in India, sitar master Shankar was raised in his brother Uday's dance company, which toured internationally. His life, populated by a rich cast of family and friends, thus reveals a fascinating ... Read full review


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