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Kirit Singh is currently undertaking his PhD,  SOAS University, London. His talk is on the Rababi Tradition in Sikh Gurbani Kirtan.

Kirit Singh

Kirit Singh is currently undertaking his PhD, titled Kirtan and Kala: Patrons and Musicians of Gurbani Kirtan and Hindustani Music in Punjab, 1801 to 1947 at SOAS University, London, under the supervision of Prof. Richard Widdess.
Kirit Singh is currently undertaking his PhD, titled Kirtan and Kala: Patrons and Musicians of Gurbani Kirtan and Hindustani Music in Punjab, 1801 to 1947 at SOAS University, London, under the supervision of Prof. Richard Widdess. This study is the first of its kind to explore in detail the tradition of gurbani kirtan in relation to Hindustani music in the Punjab region, during the unique period in which both traditions came to enjoy significant patronage from the Sikh princes and aristocracy.

Kirit Singh is currently undertaking his PhD, titled Kirtan and Kala: Patrons and Musicians of Gurbani Kirtan and Hindustani Music in Punjab, 1801 to 1947 at SOAS University, London, under the supervision of Prof. Richard Widdess.

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