Source: The Hindu; 

The veterans, well into their 70s now, did not perform together in the last 20 years. And when they did recently under the banner of “LiveinIndia”, their ticketed ‘reunion’ turned out to be completely sold out — a rare feat in the present classical concert scenario. Despite our ‘packaging’ crazy times they proved that they belonged to the era that believed in serving freshly created ideas as they did not grow up on the precooked and stashed stuff; be it food or music. And their on-stage chemistry, replete with amazing anticipation during thrilling saath-sangat (simultaneous improvisation), was sheer magic!

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Tabla maestro Pandit Shankar Ghosh accompanying sitar maestro Pandit Manilal Nag on the sitar. Photo: Special Arrangement