Ramkumar Mishra

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Ramkumar Mishra
Origin Benaras, Uttar Pradesh, India
Genres Hindustani classical music
Occupation(s) Tabla exponenet
Instruments Tabla

Ramkumar Mishra is an Indian tabla player.[1] He belongs to Banaras Gharana.[2]

Life and career[edit]

Ramkumar Mishra is the grandson of Pandit Anokhelal Mishra from Banaras gharana and son of Pandit Chhannulal Mishra.[3] Ramkumar was initiated into tabla playing by his mother, Smt. Manorama Mishra, daughter of Pandit Anokhelal Mishra, and, thereafter, received his tutelage under another renowned tabla player, Pandit Chhote Lal Mishra, his maternal uncle.[citation needed]

Some of the awards he has received are:[citation needed]

  • Taal Mani Award.
  • Haridas, Mumbai.
  • Laya Bhaskar, Natraj Cultural Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Tabla Shiromani, Government of Bihar.
  • Award from Darwin, Australia.

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