Two Men and Music: Nationalism in the Making of An Indian Classical Tradition

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INDEX
aalap, 231–232
aavartan, 106
Abdul Hamid (aka Krishnarao), 227
Abdul Haq (Abdul Karim’s brother), 215
abhang, 175
Abhinava Manjari, 117
Abhinava Raga Manjari, 116–117, 119
Acharya Atre, 234
Acharya Brihaspati, 258
adhaar, 103, 238
Agarkar, Gopal Ganesh, 89, 147, 295
Ahobal, Pandit (author of Sangit Parijat), 10, 114
Aiyar, Subramaniam, 38
Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal (ABGMV), 168, 270
Ali, Mohammed, 165
All-India Music Conference (AIMC), 12, 13, 47, 107, 132, 135, 164, 180–193
discussions about the National Academy, 180–200
All-India Radio, 256
akhyan, 87
akkal-hushari, 84
Amar Chitra Katha, 225
Ambedkar, B. R., 98, 108
Anderson, Benedict, 18
Andhalyachi Shaala, 92
Angre, Jaysingrao, 28
annadata, 143
Ansari, M. A., 195
Artillery Theatre, 86
Aryabhushan Theatre, 231, 245
Arya Samaj, 82, 139, 144, 146, 171, 173, 293
Arya Sangeet Vidyalaya, 234
Aryodwarak Mandali, 90
Asad, Talal, 15, 264
Ashaadi ekadashi, 162
Ashtaputre, Bhaushastri (author of Gayan Prakash), 64
Asiatick Researches, 10
Athavale, V. R., 169, 230, 291
Atrauli (Gharana), 35
Baba Dixit, 47
bada khayal, 5
Badshahi Theatre, 87
bahuroopi, 4, 83
baiji, 5, 11, 50, 256, 258, 260
bairaagi, 143–44
baithak, 261
Bakhle, Bhaskarbua, 89, 231, 276
Bakshi, Illahi, 28
Baksh, Maula. See Maula Baksh
bakshees, 27
Bal Sangit Bodha, 67

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