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Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram – D.V. Paluskar

From YouTube:
Bhajan Dhun sung by D.V.Paluskar 1940(not Gandhiji’s version). Pandit D.V. Paluskar 1920 to 1954.Never has any classical musican acheived legendary status in such a short lifetime. Pt D V Paluskar was the son of the legendary Vishnu Digambar Paluskar. V D Paluskar died when young Paluskar was just 10. D V Paluskar then got trained from two of his father’s desciples. But later on he evolved his own style of singing. He was known for his melodious voice and enchanting rendition of devotional songs. Poverty and ill health snatched Pt Paluskar from us when he was only 34.



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