Khan Sahib, thank you for coming all the way from India to bless us and play sarod at the Tagore Festival.

It is a great honour for my wife, Subhalakshami, and me to be here. I feel very happy to remember Tagore. He has a special meaning for me and my family and especially for my father, who was also my guru and a great sarod player. Tagore was very kind to my father; he liked my father’s music and invited him to play because he knew that my father was a melody man. He could sing through the sarod, and Tagore loved it, because he was also a melody man.

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