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Rakesh Chaurasia at Pune
|Genres||Hindustani classical music|
Rakesh Chaurasia, (born 10 January 1971 in Allahabad (now Prayagraj), is an Indian flautist, who plays the bansuri, an Indian bamboo flute. He is the nephew of flutist Hariprasad Chaurasia.
He was awarded 'Indian of the Year 2017.
- Call of Krishna – 2003
- Call of Krishna 2 – 2005
- Dor – 2006
- Call of Shiva – 2007
- Call of the Divine – 2013
- Rupak Kulkarni and Rakesh Chaurasia – Raga Kirwani
- Talvin Singh and Rakesh Chaurasia – Vira (2002), Sona Rupa UK/Navras Records 
- Abhijit Pohankar and Rakesh Chaurasia – Tranquility (2001), Sona Rupa Records
- "Renowned musicians at Pune's event". The Times of India. 2 July 2012.
- "Teen Prahar, classical music festival for peace Published: Wednesday". DNA. 24 December 2008.
- "Striking the right note". The Hindu. 3 April 2003.
- "Tuneful tips: Rakesh Chaurasia". The Hindu. 17 August 2004.
- "Brands Academy Organized Mega Event "Indian of the Year" - New Delhi".
- "Talvin Singh & Rakesh Chaurasia - Vira". Discogs.
- "Transcend to a higher space". MiD DAY. 9 July 2009.
- Official website
- Interview on Hariprasad Chaurasia
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