A new version of Last. Melodious Sitar of Rais Khan. 1 track · 1 June 2004.
Rais Khan (born 25 November 1939, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, British India – died 6 May 2017, Karachi, Pakistan) was an Indian-born Pakistani sitarist. Variations: Viewing All Rais Khan. Khansahib Rais Khan, Ustad Rais Khan.
Khansahib Rais Khan Classical Instrumental Sitar. Released by Saregama Dec 1969 1 Tracks.
Ustad Rais Khan (Urdu: رئیس خان; 25 November 1939 – 6 May 2017) was a Pakistani sitarist. At his peak he was regarded as 'one of the greatest sitar players of all time'. He continued to perform until the end of his life. He moved from India to Pakistan in 1986. In 2017, Khan was awarded Pakistan's third highest civilian honour, the Sitara-i-Imtiaz. Rais Khan was born on 25 November 1939 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, British India. He grew up in Bombay.
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Soyem for the Late Ustad Rais Khan will commence at 5pm. Masjid-e-Ali (BMCHS, Bahadurabad, Karachi) for the gents, and Khansaab's residence for ladies for which the address is as follows: Flat G-2, ground floor, sailani garden, plot 50
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Legendary Hindustani Classical Sitar Maestro Ustad Rais Khan plays Raag Bhairavi. Excerpts from his performance.
30s. Raga Yaman Kalyan. Swar Utsav - Jugalbandi - Bismillah Khan And Rais Khan. 30s. Uski Gali Me Le Chalo. Dil Se Milo Ghazal By Rais Khan. Vaada Ke Seva Is Waqt. Main Khayal Hoon.
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- Sitar – Rais Khan
- Tabla – Shankar Chatterjee