Selected by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), for deputation abroad as a Tabla teacher and performer, 2004.
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Dholki is a popular folk percussion instrument in Maharashtra. The Dholki is associated with the poetic tradition of singing the heroic Powada of the knights, but it is also associated with Tamasha. Dholki is played for the accompaniment of the Lavani form, which presents all subjects from beauty to spirituality through poetry. There was a time in Marathi films when the narratives from Tamashas or street plays were adopted. It is from this foundation that the Dholki found popularity and is also popular as an independent musical instrument that musicians pursued, apart from the popular ones. The Dholak/Dholki, also commonly known as the Nal, is a drum with a barrel-shaped shell.
Students who are enrolling for this all-level course will be learning how to play the musical instrument Dholki in a Maharashtrian folk style. This is a detailed, course where beginners will pick up the history of Dholki, information about the instrument, playing styles, different Taals- Thekas, Tode, Laggis, compositions, accompaniment with Lavani, Powada and will transition through all the learning levels in this course. Students completing this all-rounder course will be able to perform in front of an audience after regular practice and learning with commitment.
12th from H.S.C. Board , Maharashtra
Tabla Alankar from Akhil Bharatiya Gandharv Mahavidyalaya Mandal, Miraj
Tabla, Dholki Artist - Field of Music
Founder, Princiapal & Tabla, Dholak, Dholki, Dimdi Teacher - Swar-Taal Sadhana, The school Of Music, Pune, India
Researcher - Senior fellowship - CCRT, Govt Of India
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About the Teacher
Sanjay is a highly accomplished tabla and dholki artist, mentored by renowned gurus such as Late Pt. Madhav Karandikar, Late Pt. Shashikant Bellare, Late Pt. Vikas Datar, Pt. Ramdas Palsule, Pt. Dattatraya Bhave, and Pt. Vivek Joshi.
In 2003, he secured the 2nd position in the All India Ranking for Sangeet Alankar (Tabla) from Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal.
He has been a prominent performer since 1988 and an accredited artist for All India Radio and Television and was selected by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) for international assignments in 2004.
He is a member of the Indian Music Subject Committee for the Maharashtra State Board of Open Schooling, Pune, where he has designed syllabi and authored textbooks. He has also published educational materials on tabla, dholki, dholak, and other percussion instruments used widely by students.
Sanjay's contributions extend to regional films, documentaries, and television serials. He also featured as a content expert and performer in the "NaadYatra" series produced by EMRC, University of Pune.
Sanjay received multiple awards, including "Sathsangatkar Puraskar," "Kala Gaurav Puraskar," and "Shahir Hinge Lok Kala Puraskar," among many others.
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