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British era canal on River Jhelum constructed in the 1910s. Images courtesy of Salman Rashid and Saad Asad.

ادب نے سونپی ہمیں سرمہ سائیِ حیرت
زبانِ بستہ و چشمِ کشادہ رکھتے ہیں

courtesy consigned/confided to us the collyrium-applying of amazement
we keep a closed/’bound’ tongue and an ‘opened’/free eye
Ghalib

Ali Akbar Khan – Puriya (Alaap)

Ali Baksh Zahoor – Pahari (APMC,1961)

Allabande Rahimuddin Dagar – Shayam Kalyan

Allauddin Khan – Kafi

Altaf Hussain Khan – Ramdasi Malhar

Amanat Ali and Fateh Ali Khan – Aimen (APMC, 4 April 1961)

Asad Ali Khan – Kedar

Ata Hussain Khan – Khat

Ayet Ali Khan – Tilak Kamod

Azmat Hussain Khan – Khambhavati

Azmat Hussain Khan – Khat

Bashir Hussain – Jaunpuri

Beebay Khan – Thumri Khammaj

Bhimsen Joshi – Puriya (Pune, 1965)

Bundu Khan – Desi

Bundu Khan – Darbari

Chote Ghulam Ali Khan – Lankeshree

Dinkar Kaikini – Shree

D.V. Paluskar – Kamod

Ganesh Ramchandra Behrebuva – Yaman

Jagannathbuwa Purohit – Bhimpalasi

Kamla Jharia – Durga

Keserbai Kerkar – Shudh Bhopali

Khadim Hussain Khan – Mian Ki Todi (Chautaal, Dhamar)

Kishori Amonkar – Lalit

Krishnarao Shankar Pandit – Lalit

Mohammed Sharif Khan and Mian Shaukut Hussain – Bhatiyar

Mushtaq Ali Khan – Behag

Neyti Khan (Inayat Khan) – Bhimpalasi, Multani, Patdeep

Rahim Fahimuddin Dagar – Todi

Ramzan Khan – Malashri (Sab Sakhiya Mil Mangal Gao)

Rasoolanbai – Tappa Tilang (Man Raji Rakhna Ve)

Ravi and Vijay Kichlu – Purvi (1962, From Farhat Said Khan’s Collection)

Ghulam Hassan Shaggan – Gara Kanada

Sidheshwari Devi – Mian ki Malhar (From Kishor Merchant’s Collection)

Tirath Ajmani and Latif Ahmed Khan – Kathak Tabla

Umeed Ali Khan – Bilaskhani Todi (APMC, 1961)

Vilayat Khan and Nanak Jayanti – Mian Ki Todi (Calcutta, 1973. Farhat Said Khan’s Collection)

Yunus Hussain Khan and FaiyazKhan (Tabla) – Gaud Sarang

Zohra Bai – Sarang (Nirmohi Mora Jigaya Kaisa Jadu Dara)