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During this period, the most notable music lover amongst the weakened Muslim stat rulers was Wajid Ali Shah, Nawab of Ayodhya.
He was dethroned by the British and sent to jail in Calcutta(Metiaburz).
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During Alauddin Khiljee’s time (1296-1316) the famed Amir Khusro reigned supreme as a musical genius.
It is said that he was the first to use Tabla and Sitar as percussion instruments and created new Ragas and introduced vocal music like “.
About the Author: was initially trained in Hindustani classical music by Pandit A. She was one of the first scholars of ITC Sangeet Research Academy(SRA), joining in 1978.
Training under Vidushi Girija Devi from 1978 to 1992, she is a true representative of the Banaras Gharana, excelling in thumri, dadra, tappa, kajri, holi, chaiti, jhula, bhajan and other semi-classical forms.
This trend continued till the middle of the 19th century.
Wajid brought along with him a large number of poets and musicians. The beginning of 20th century saw the revival of Indian classical music. The process of notation in music invented by Bhatkhanadaji is now followed by Hindustani classical musicians.
Amongst those who contributed to this revival, the names of Pt. The 20th century witnessed a galaxy of brilliant Indian Classical musicians like Ustad Faiz Khan, Ustad Abdul Karim Khan, Ustad Amir Khan, Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Pandit Onkarnath Tahkur, Biswadeb Chottopadhyaha, Tarapada Chakravarty, Ustad Alauddin Khan, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, UStad Enayat Khan, Pandit Ravi Shankar, Pandit V. The legacy left behind by these legendary figures is still nourished carefully by many ardent students of music in the country.
Many scholarly books on music were written; mention should be made of Jaidev’s ““.
Between the 9th and 12th centuries, Indian classical music saw marked qualitative improvement.