New Delhi, Nov 23: Ragini Shankar and Nandini Shankar are accomplished Indian violinists who perform Hindustani Classical Music and Fusion. Nandini began her training at the age of 3 and gave her first public performance as an 8 year old. She gave her first full-fledged solo performance in the age of 13. Ragini began her training at the age of 4 and gave her first public performance as an 11-year-old. She plays violin in the Gayaki Ang.
Their grandmother M Rajam's research has brought a new dimension to the Hindustani violin tradition, and has won her numerous awards as well as the nickname the “singing violin”. She has passed down her art to her daughter Sangeeta Shankar, and to her granddaughters, Ragini Shankar and Nandini Shankar.
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