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The Concert of the Centenary
Yesterday it was with a rare concert of classical music that the
RAJBARI of Ekdalia Road, celebrating hundred years of Durga
puja in their house, concluded Saptami din.
Sitting in a simple and refined pandal in the courtyard of the
ancestral house, under the loving stare of the exquisitely crafted
traditional Durga Ma, the large extended family with their friends and
neighbours were treated to a remarkable musical event. A long,
dazzling, epic and at times thunderous khyal opened the musical
session, followed by thumris and Bhajan, each one rendered in
its unique personality, with an impressive virtuosity.
The singer was Pandit Shyam Sundar Goswami, accompanied by Pandit
Sanjay Mukherjee at the tabla, by Prof. Biswajit Roychowdhury at the
violin, by Sri Shukanto Mukhopadaya at the harmonium
and Smt. Bandana at the tanpura.
The audience was elated and on three consecutive times, asked the
artistes to perform one more piece; even the kids were jubilant, and
started dancing in the Thakur Dalan in front of Durga and her
children. People were offered hot spicy tea to replenish their energy.
When all was over, the musicians and the guests shared the
Prasad offered to Durga Ma, gracefully distributed by the young girls and
the ladies of the house.
Returning home at night, everyone felt grateful and proud, one would
say ennobled in a sense, by having participated with the mind and
heart to such an event, which was made possible by the generosity of
the Banerjee family and is also only possible because of long years,
sometimes an entire life, of resolute tapasha (sacrifice) by the
Finally we were all united by the sense of beauty and devotion
materialised in the vibrant tradition of Durga puja and in the antique
tradition of musical offerings, combined into one.
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