Lakshmi Shankar (Jamshedpur, 16 de junio de 1926 - California, 30 de diciembre de 2013), nacida en una familia Brahmin, fue una cantante clásica hindustaní de la Patiala Gharana, una de las más famosas y veneradas del país por su interpretación de khyal, thumri y bhajans.
- 30 de diciembre de 2013 (87 años)
- India (desde 1950)
Lakshmi Shankar (née Sastri, 16 June 1926 – 30 December 2013) was an Indian singer and a noted Hindustani classical. Born into a south Indian Hindu family, she became an outstanding Hindustani vocalist of the Patiala Gharana and married Rajendra Shankar, brother of Uday Shankar, a Bengali by birth.
Lakshmi Shankar , nacida en una familia Brahmin, fue una cantante clásica hindustaní de la Patiala Gharana, una de las más famosas y veneradas del país por su interpretación de khyal, thumri y bhajans.
Lakshmi Shankar. In 2009, Lakshmi Shankar, an eighty-three year old acclaimed Indian classical music singer, received a Grammy Nomination for Best Traditional World Music Album. Many in the West came to know Lakshmi Shankar through her cross-cultural collaborations with George Harrison of The Beatles. But few know that offstage, they counted ...
One voice is meant to belong to renowned American broadcaster Edward R. Murrow, while the other belongs to Hindustani vocalist Lakshmi Shankar. On the occasion of Gandhi’s state funeral, with his voice echoing out to radio listeners around the world, Murrow, portrayed by Shane Rimmer, memorializes Gandhi by saying:
Lakshmi Shankar. Lakshmi Shankar (16 June 1926 – 30 December 2013) was an Indian classical vocalist who performed Hindustani music in the Patiala Gharana style. She was the wife of Rajendra Shankar, the mother of Viji Subramaniam, a grandmother of Gingger Shankar, Ambi Subramaniam, and Bindu Subramaniam, the mother-in-law of L. Subramaniam ...