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  1. Bhai Avtar Singh Ji (Ragi) was an amazing gurmukh keertani that upheld the importance of Keertan done in original Raag form. They traveled all around the world to promote and do prachaar on correct Raag Keertan along with their son Bhai Kultar Singh Ji and tabla saathi Bhai Swaran Singh Ji. We have collected their recordings and separated them into "time of day" Raags (Studio type recordings). Hope everyone enjoys this collection. Please follow us on SoundCloud and share these on your personal platforms There are total of 4 playlists: MORNING RAAGS AFTERNOON RAAGS EVENING RAAGS SEASONAL & OTHER RAAGS Vaheguru ji ka khalsa, Vaheguru ji ki fateh!
  2. Dilruba instrument created by Guru Gobind Singh ji based on the older instrument Taus which was created by Guru Hargobind sahib ji. goes with the rainy weather where having atm lol
  3. VJKK VJKF Anyone selling a dilruba or know where I could get one in the UK? Thank you
  4. Where can I get a good dilruba from. It will br shipped to canada Please help.
  5. WaheGuru Ji Ka Khalsa WaheGuru Ji Ki Fateh I hope someone can help me with a query I have. I'm travelling to Punjab in a few weeks. I have set up a meeting with Dr Gurnam Singh (Patiala University) and I hope to buy a dilruba while I'm in Punjab with his advice. The issue is, will I encounter many problems when bringing it back to the UK? I'm flying with Air India (I know, I know!) from London to Delhi and I have a 46kg baggage allowance. However, will I have any taxes to pay, or staff telling me it's too big to take in the hold or worse, is it likely to be manhandled and arrive broken? Does anyone have any personal experience of bringing back a dilruba or similar large, fragile instrument out of India? Also, any tips on where to buy from or the best wood? Any indication on what I would expect to pay? I've been advised to source a dilruba made from a single piece of wood rather than two separate parts. I'm afraid I have little to no knowledge on musical instruments. My young son has indicated a preference to learn a musical instrument when he learns kirtan and he has suggested he would like to learn a traditional instrument than the harmonium. I can't play any instrument and would like to take it up too - hence, the proposed meeting with Bhai Dr Gurnam Singh to speak with him and learn a little from his vast experience. Hopefully, some of my brothers and sisters can help me with their own experiences! (I'm really sorry if this topic doesn't fit in this section - mods, please feel free to move).
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