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DrKashyap

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Exactly before one yr, my guru U. Sultankhan left his physical body. Such legends never become 'late' as they continue to occupy our hearts for the coming decades. He still remains around thro the work he has done for half a century. It remains almost every student's wish to be able to play like him. Here is my tribute to him from previous yr's news paper.

http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Default/Scripting/ArticleWin.asp?From=Archive&Source=Page&Skin=TOINEW&BaseHref=TOIA/2011/11/29&PageLabel=2&ForceGif=true&EntityId=Ar00200&ViewMode=HTML
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He was a truly brilliant player and composer.
I still listen all the time to his Ras Mohini and Sehra and never seem to be able to stop.

I've heard it said that you die twice, once physically, and the second when the last person who remembers you says your name for the last time.
For such greats, I don't they will ever have that second "death".

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