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Here is a compilation of collection from different disciples of Pandit Anokhelal Mishra. Accompaniment as well as Solos are given here. Fron these you all can understand the varity of each and every disciples of Pdt. Anokhelal Ji. All are different and unique but best from different points.

Ramji Mishra (son)
Jhaptaal (21:10) -

Teentaal: (in 7 parts) -







** between part 4 and 5, some part of the recording is missing.

Ishwarlal Mishra:
1)

2)


Mahapurush Mishra:
***in next comment

Chandra Nath Shastri:
1)
- Solo
2)
- Kayda, Tukhra
3)
- Peshkar
4)
- Kaharwa
5)
- with V. Balsara
6)
- with Soumitra Lahiri on Sitar

Chhote Lal Mishra:
solo (4 parts)
1)

2)

3)

4)

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continued _____

Mahapurush Mishra:
1)
- Ektaal
2)
- Sitarkhani Taal
3)
- Kaharwa
4)
- Dadra
5)
- Rupak
6)
- with Nikhil Banerjee
7)
- with Ali Akhbar and Nikhil Banerjee
8.)
- with Ali Akhbar
9)
- with Manilal Nag
10)
- with Girija Devi
11)
- with girija devi

Radhakanto Nandi (Known as pioneer of Light Tabla Playing with modern pop songs)
1)

2)

3)

4)


Kashi Nath Mishra (son)
not available

Bityut Banerjee - (Not available)
if somebody have any source please share one.

...enjoy! and don't forget to post your comments and replies...

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Here is a compilation of collection from different disciples of Pandit Anokhelal Mishra. Accompaniment as well as Solos are given here. Fron these you all can understand the varity of each and every disciples of Pdt. Anokhelal Ji. All are different and unique but best from different points.
That's just a huge amount of work involved in compiling all these .... well done!


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Radhakanto Nandi (Known as pioneer of Light Tabla Playing with modern pop songs)
On one of the youtube links for the person above someone took great exception and offense that the name was misspelled. In his haste he requested please to immediately ...

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CORRECT THE NAME SPELLING FOR GOD SHAKE.
... quite amusing ... but as I kept saying it over and over and chuckling to myself, the thought suddenly occured to me ...


... perhaps it's Sean Connery making the request !? .... ok, now which emoticon should I select .... this one or this one ...? )



http://www.sherv.net/cm/emo/laughing/rolling.gif
Pascal
I have never noticed before until some years ago someone pointed out to me that Sean Connery pretty much pronounces every "s" as "sh".

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To Asish

the links of Pt. Kashinath Mishra you given here are not of the same Kashinath Mishra - son of Pdt. Anokhelal Ji.
The player is another Kashinath Mishra, Don't confuse with son of Pdt. Anokhelal Ji. so I request you to remove the links you posted here as comments...

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I'm really sorry Classicheart 4 this omission ops: .
I did n't know there were 2 Pt. Kashinath Mishra's.
Do you possibly know who the Guru of this Pt. Kashinath Mishra-Ji is?
Tnx 4 ur this information ... It is a gr8 privilege 2 b sourrounded by knowledgeable people like U!

Now I wonder how I can remove those specific links.
Moderators pls help me!!!

Jay Ho!

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I'm really sorry Classicheart 4 this omission ops: .
I did n't know there were 2 Pt. Kashinath Mishra's.
Do you possibly know who the Guru of this Pt. Kashinath Mishra-Ji is?
Tnx 4 ur this information ... It is a gr8 privilege 2 b sourrounded by knowledgeable people like U!

Now I wonder how I can remove those specific links.
Moderators pls help me!!!

Jay Ho!
You should be able to edit your post ... hit "edit" instead of "quote" on your post.

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Thanks 4 the knowledgeable tip Pascal
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very nice collection .. All In One....!
anybody got more of them?
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To Asish,
As far as I know this Kashinath Mishra ji was Tabla Player in an All India Radio station near Mumbai. And also he is much older than Pdt. Anokhelal ji's younger son - Kashinath Mishra Ji.
I don't know aboyt his guruji.

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Pandit Chhote lal Mishra:
Part I:

Part II:


Pandit Ishwar Lal Mishra:
Part I:

Part II:


By courtesy of Shri Dhananjay Mishra-Ji

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