Nehru Trust For The Indian Collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Charles Wallace (India) Trust : U.K. Visiting Fellowship for Professional Training

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    May 23rd, 2010 at 13:37 | #1

    Hindustani Vocalist Prasanna Gudi Enters Guinness World Records;
    Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Madhav Gudi with the Guinness World Records certificate.

    indian: The record attempt by Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Madhav Gudi of Dharwad, who presented the longest concert lasting for 26 hours and 12 minutes in December 2008, has been considered as a record by the Guinness World Records Limited.
    Mr. Prasanna Gudi, son of Hindustani vocalist Mahdav Gudi, told presspersons here on Thursday that he had received the certificate for the feat he completed on December 29, 2008.
    An ecstatic Mr. Prasanna displayed the certificate proudly, accompanied by his family members and attributed his achievement to hard work and constant support by family members and well-wishers.
    It might be recalled that on December 28, 2008, nonagenarian vocalist Gangubai Hangal had inaugurated the record attempt by Mr. Prasanna, which he had begun with a composition in Todi raga.
    Mr. Prasanna had concluded his “swara mahayaag” with a composition Bhairavi raga on December 29, with the audience giving a standing ovation for his feat. As many as 12 artistes accompanied Mr. Prasanna in his attempt. In between the Todi and Bhairavi ragas, Mr. Prasanna sang compositions in various ragas including Jeevanpuri, Goudasarang, Yaman, Kalyani and Multani. Apart from these, there were songs in Kannada and Hindi, Marathi abhangs and Dasara Pada. In accordance with the rules, Mr. Prasanna took a 15-minute break every three hours.
    The record attempt by Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Madhav Gudi of Dharwad, who presented the longest concert lasting 26 hours and 12 minutes in December 2008, has been considered as a record by the Guinness World Records Limited.
    Prasanna Gudi, son of Hindustani vocalist Madhav Gudi, told presspersons here on Thursday that he had received the certificate for the feat he completed on December 29, 2008.
    An ecstatic Prasanna, accompanied by his family members, displayed the certificate proudly and attributed his achievement to hard work and constant support by family members and well-wishers.
    On December 28, 2008, nonagenarian vocalist Gangubai Hangal had inaugurated the record attempt by Prasanna, which he had begun with a composition in Todi raga.
    Prasanna had concluded his “swara mahayaag” with a composition in Bhairavi raga on December 29, with the audience giving a standing ovation for his feat.
    As many as 12 artistes accompanied Prasanna in his attempt.
    In between the Todi and the Bhairavi ragas, Prasanna sang compositions in various ragas, including Jeevanpuri, Goudasarang, Yaman Kalyani and Multani.
    Apart from these, there were songs in Kannada and Hindi, Marathi abhangs and Dasara Padas. In accordance with the rules, Prasanna took a 15-minute break every three hours.
    Subsequently, the organisers of the event, Kirana Sangeet Academy of Dharwad, submitted a complete recording of the concert to Guinness World Records Limited.
    DHARWAD: Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Gudi, the son of renowned Hindustani musician Pt Madhav Gudi has set out with his much-awaited bid to create a Guinness Record.
    He started a 24-hour continuous concert at the Mallikarjun Mansur Kalabhavan, Dharwad on Sunday. It is for the first time in the history of Hindustani classical music that such an attempt, especially by young musician, is being made in the country. Noted Hindustani vocalist Dr Gangubai Hangal who inaugurated his attempt, wished Prasanna luck.Seeking the blessings of Dr Gangubai Hangal and his parents, Pt Madhav Gudi and Rama Gudi, and also the blessings of his elders, Prasanna took position and began his concert by rendering Todi ragas around 9 am. He will sing continuously for 24 hours and till Monday morning. As per the Guinness Book norms, there will be a rest period of 10 to 15 minutes after every three hours. About 8 sessions are expected to be completed during this day-long concert.
    Prasanna underwent rigorous training of around 16 hours a day and also rehearsed 20 hours a few days before starting this feat.
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    Hindustani Vocalist Prasanna Gudi Creates Guinness Book of World Record
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    SHIMOGA: Prasanna Madhav Gudi, a young, promising Hindustani classical vocalist of Kirana Gharana who recently entered the Guinness Book of Records by giving a day-long non-stop vocal concert at Dharwad, enthralled a receptive audience at the Kuvempu Rang Mandir in Shimoga on Sunday with his captivating recital.
    The concert was organised by the Saptaswara Sangeeth Sabha under the sponsorship of the Om Ganesh Motors, Shimoga.
    Beginning his concert with a rendition set in the Shuddha Kalyan rag, Prasanna went on to present Dasara Kritis such as “Deva Banda Namma Swamy Banda”, and “Kangalidyatako Kaveri Rangana Nodada” and popular Abhangs in Marathi, including “Teertha Vithal Kshetra Vithal” and “Kanoba”, much to the delight of the audience.
    He was accompanied by Pandit Ravindra Yavgal on the tabla and Rekha Hampiholi on the harmonium.
    Prasanna started his career in music under the guidance of his father Pandit Madhav Gudi of Dharwad, a disciple of Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, under the Guru Shishya tradition.
    He spent two years under the tutelage of the renowned Kirana Gharana vocalist Pandit Firoze Dastur in Mumbai.
    He has received several prizes in several competitions, including the Shri Vishnu Digambar Music Award in 2003.
    He has numerous performances to his credit. Satyatma Tirtha Swamiji of the Uttaradhi Math and the Madhwa Mahaparishad of Belgaum organised his “Dasa Vani” programme to raise funds for a religious institution in Gaya.
    He has sung on several occasions at the Abdul Kareem Khan Punyatithi in Miraj where his Gharana is much in vogue.

    The record attempt by Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Madhav Gudi of Dharwad, who presented the longest concert lasting 26 hours and 12 minutes in December 2008, has been considered as a record by the Guinness World Records Limited.

    Prasanna Gudi, son of Hindustani vocalist Madhav Gudi, told press persons here on Thursday that he had received the certificate for the feat he completed on December 29, 2008.

    An ecstatic Prasanna, accompanied by his family members, displayed the certificate proudly and attributed his achievement to hard work and constant support by family members and well-wishers.

    On December 28, 2008, nonagenarian vocalist Gangubai Hangal had inaugurated the record attempt by Prasanna, which he had begun with a composition in Todi raga. Prasanna had concluded his “swara mahayaag” with a composition in Bhairavi raga on December 29, with the audience giving a standing ovation for his feat.

    As many as 12 artistes accompanied Prasanna in his attempt. In between the Todi and the Bhairavi ragas, Prasanna sang compositions in various ragas, including Jeevanpuri, Goudasarang, Yaman Kalyani and Multani.

    Apart from these, there were songs in Kannada and Hindi, Marathi abhangs and Dasara Padas. In accordance with the rules, Prasanna took a 15-minute break every three hours.

    Subsequently, the organisers of the event, Kirana Sangeet Academy of Dharwad, submitted a complete recording of the concert to Guinness World Records Limited.

    DHARWAD: Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Gudi, the son of renowned Hindustani musician Pt Madhav Gudi has set out with his much-awaited bid to create a Guinness Record.

    He started a 24-hour continuous concert at the Mallikarjun Mansur Kalabhavan, Dharwad on Sunday. It is for the first time in the history of Hindustani classical music that such an attempt, especially by young musician, is being made in the country. Noted Hindustani vocalist Dr Gangubai Hangal who inaugurated his attempt, wished Prasanna luck.Seeking the blessings of Dr Gangubai Hangal and his parents, Pt Madhav Gudi and Rama Gudi, and also the blessings of his elders, Prasanna took position and began his concert by rendering Todi ragas around 9 am.

    He will sing continuously for 24 hours and till Monday morning. As per the Guinness Book norms, there will be a rest period of 10 to 15 minutes after every three hours. About 8 sessions are expected to be completed during this day-long concert.

    Prasanna underwent rigorous training of around 16 hours a day and also rehearsed 20 hours a few days before starting this feat.
    Hindustani vocalist Prasanna Gudi, the son of renowned Hindustani musician Pt Madhav Gudi has set out with his much-awaited bid to create a Guinness Record.

    He started a 24-hour continuous concert at the Mallikarjun Mansur Kalabhavan, Dharwad on Sunday. It is for the first time in the history of Hindustani classical music that such an attempt, especially by young musician, is being made in the country. Noted Hindustani vocalist Dr Gangubai Hangal who inaugurated his attempt, wished Prasanna luck.Seeking the blessings of Dr Gangubai Hangal and his parents, Pt Madhav Gudi and Rama Gudi, and also the blessings of his elders, Prasanna took position and began his concert by rendering Todi ragas around 9 am. He will sing continuously for 24 hours and till Monday morning. As per the Guinness Book norms, there will be a rest period of 10 to 15 minutes after every three hours. About 8 sessions are expected to be completed during this day-long concert.

    Prasanna underwent rigorous training of around 16 hours a day and also rehearsed 20 hours a few days before starting this feat. I agree with Santosh. Though I was there for initial 4 hrs and last 2 hrs. It was marvelous. For all the people who don”t want to appreciate, please challenge him and let’s see what happens. Atleat sit for 24hrs. Bhuvanesh, before making any sort of comment try to understand the efforts put behind. Atleats learn to sit for 5 hours, then talk about this. I was the one to witness this event for whole 25 hours. the Audiotorium was packed full and people were just dancing through out the concert. How lame! It doesn’t matter how long you can sing, what matters is how well you sing. I would have a more positive view of this guy if he didn’t care about Guinness records.prasanna gudi
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