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Udayswar@Prithvi: Nityanand Haldipur - Flute

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Drama | Hindi | Age 8+


Age Limit: 8+

No microphones! No amplification!
[email protected] is a rare and truly unique acoustic experience of Indian Classical Music in the manner it was originally designed, for an intimate Baithak. Based on the 8 Prahars (time spans) of the day, this Indian Classical Music concert features morning ragas of the 2nd Prahar performed by various artistes.

Nityanand Haldipur ~ Flute

Born in Bombay in a deeply spiritual family, Nityanand was fortunate to have the right environment for his latent musical talents to blossom.  His first guru who initiated him into the art, technique and aesthetics of flute playing was his father, the late Shri Niranjan Haldipur – a senior disciple of the renowned flute maestro, the late Pandit Pannalal Ghosh.

Over the next two decades, Nityanand’s training continued under the late Pandit Chidanand Nagarkar, and Pandit Devendra Murdeshwar, seniormost disciple of late Pandit Pannalal Ghosh, under whom Nityanand perfected his technique.  However, it was after 1986, when Padmabhushan Smt. Annapurna Devi – doyenne of the Senia-Maihar gharana – and daughter of the legendary Ustad Allauddin Khansaheb (Baba), the fountainhead of thegharana – accepted him as one of her disciples that Nityanand’s talent and musicianship truly flowered.  It progressively acquired depth, maturity and a new dimension.

Nityanand has added his own dedication and finesse through painstaking practice, assiduous assimilation and erudite presentation.  His performances are replete with unexpected, sweet and breath-taking improvisations.  

A Top Grade artist of AIR and Doordarshan, Nityanand has participated in the National Programme of Music and the All India Radio Sangeet Sammelans. Nityanand has performed at several music conferences including the SAARC Festival and the Apna Utsav series. He toured East European countries like Austria, Netherlands, Croatia, Montenegro and Zagreb as a Cultural Delegate of the ICCR.


  • Age limit: 8+.
  • Children below 8 years not allowed
  • The No Late Admittance rule will be strictly enforced. Kindly arrive early.
  • The Right of Admission is reserved.
  • Vehicles cannot be parked inside Janki Kutir.
  • The Pay and Park, located opposite Mahesh Lunch Home, can be used for parking.
  • Internet handling fee per ticket may be levied. Please check your total amount before payment.
  • Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • We recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes prior at the venue to pick up your physical tickets.