Kishori Amonkar : four ragas

Believed by many as the finest female vocalist of her generation, Kishori Amonkar has been blessed with a naturally melodious voice. The distinguishing feature of her performance is the effortlessness with which she presents the ragas. Her renderings keep intact the tradition of the Jaipur gharana without being tradition bound, thus winning the acclaim of purists as well as laymen. Kishori Amonkar’s mother, the illustrious Mogubai Kurdekar, told her once: “Sing for the nature and everything will respond to you.” How true were those words. Birds, animals, trees, the grass and even the sun seem to reciprocate when Kishori Amonkar sings.

Kishori Amonkar – Deskar – Hun To Tore Karan Jaagi :  Download

Kishori Amonkar – Gaud Sarang – Kajrare Gori Tore Naina :  Download

Kishori Amonkar – Miyan Malhar – Umad Ghumad :  Download

Kishori Amonkar – Bhinna Shadja – Ud Ja Re Kaaga :  Download



  1. Ajoy Chakrabarty said,

    March 20, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    Satisfied with whatever available at present. I believe that everything will be done in near future to serve us better.

  2. Uma Maheswar Nakka said,

    March 30, 2011 at 8:19 am

    It is good to see her concentrate on Classical music shifting away from Filmy music after “Geet Gaya Pattaron ne”.

    One way we are all lucky to have her on the classical track of the Indian Classical Music. I wish her success in all her endeavours.
    All the best and good luck
    with blessings
    Uma Maheswar Nakka

  3. arun shanghavi said,

    April 4, 2011 at 10:49 am

    Kishoriji Amolkar is one of the gems of of our country,a very gifted singer who has enriched our lives so much over decades with her divine music.May shri Krishna give her a very long,healthy and active life.

  4. February 19, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    A gifted singer Kishori Amonkar..i am fond of her devine music

  5. rajeshgour said,

    March 25, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    Reblogged this on Rajeshgour's Blog.

  6. December 31, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    While listening to Vidushi Kishori Amonkar’s ‘Ud Ja Re Kaaga’ based on raga Bhinna Shadja, I find the raga similar to Kaushikdhwani. Are both the ragas same? Subhasis. (

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