Searching for the Blues: Episode Two – Indian Blues | @AgaKhanMuseum| @amarrass

Episode 2 of the Aga Khan Museum’s three-part docuseries “Searching for the Blues” in collaboration with Amarrass Records, dives into Sindhi Sarangi master Lakha Khan in his Rajasthani home, featuring footage of Lakha Khan performing songs and instrumentals that speak to the worldly and sacred nature of his music, including Sufi kalaams and folk songs. Fluent in five languages, he sings in Seraiki, Sindhi, Marwari, Punjabi and Hindi.

Searching for the Blues: Episode Two – Keeper of India’s Songbook

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Author: Sujjawal Ahmad

Sujjawal is an invited blog author from Pakistan. He finds it extremely exciting to develop a deep love of cultures around the world. The stories that are about humanity, and emotion, that compel us as individuals, and connect our hearts and minds are the kinds of stories Sujjawal has always gravitated to, and the kinds he tells. He can be reached at: sujjawalahmed@gmail.com

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