Raghunath Panigrahi (born in 1934) is an indian musician famous for his orissian style interpretation of the Gita Govinda.
Gita Govinda (or Geeta Govinda) is an important 12th century sanskrit epic poem, composed by saint poet Jayadev, describing the relationship between Krishna and the gopis - female cow herders - of Vrindavana. Raghunath Panigrahi is responsible for making this known across the globe.
He learnt from his father the classical way of singing Gita Govinda, as preserved in the temple of Jagannatha… read more
|1||PROLOGUE. The vision of the clouds||8 listeners|
|2||ACT I • 1. Praise to the Ten Emissaries of the Lord of Love||7 listeners|
|3||2. Praise to the Lord of Love||7 listeners|
|4||Solitary Radha Now Roaming In The Forest||7 listeners|
|5||Radha in gloom||7 listeners|
|6||3. Solitary Radha now roaming in the forest||6 listeners|
|7||Praise to the Ten Emissaries of the Lord of Love||6 listeners|
|8||6. The day when Love came to awake the pair of birds on the bosom of Radha||5 listeners|
|9||4. Go Radha and join your Lord at the Spring festival||5 listeners|
|10||ACT II • 5. Radha in gloom||5 listeners|