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Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan’s Rich Heritage: The Torchbearers of His Legacy

Preserving the Rich Legacy of Late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan: Torchbearers of Tradition

  1. Ustad Ghulam Siraj Niazi:
  • A proud heir of the Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana
  • Grandson of Padma Bhushan Ustad Mushtaq Hussain Khan
  • Son of late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan
  • Nurtured in music from age nine by his father
  • Resides in Hong Kong for over two decades
  • Chairs the Padmabhushan Ustad Mushtaq Husain Khan Association (PUMHKA)
  • Oversees the “Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan Academy” in Hong Kong
  1. Smt. Minu Bakshi:
  • Driven by a profound passion for music and innate talent
  • Dedicated to rigorous training and hard work
  • Learned Hindustani classical music from the legendary late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan
  • An adept Punjabi singer with successful albums
  • “Lao Mehndiyan I” and “Lao Mehndiyan II” are her renowned Punjabi wedding song collections
  1. Smt. Madhumita Ray:
  • A leading vocalist based in New Delhi
  • Trained under the tutelage of late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan and late Ustad Ghulam Taqi Khan
  • Adheres to the Gwalior-Rampur format in her singing style
  • Showcases versatility through live performances, spanning retro to contemporary Bollywood genres
  • A specialist in voice culture therapy and music education
  1. Vidushi Suman Devgan:
  • Revered for her melodious voice and versatility
  • Earned recognition in light classical music, Ghazal, and Sufi music
  • Received rigorous training from eminent maestros of Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana
  • Renowned for compelling live performances across India and worldwide
  1. Smt. Madan Bala Sindhu:
  • Mentored in Hindustani classical music by the trailblazing late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan of Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana
  • Excels in Punjabi folk music
  • Esteemed actress in Punjabi and Urdu musical theatre
  • Honored with the prestigious Sangeet Natak Akademi Award by the Government of India
  1. Ghulam Aziz Khan Niazi:
  • Son and disciple of late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan
  • Grandson of Padma Bhushan late Ustad Mushtaq Hussain Khan
  • Enriched by the Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana heritage
  • Introduced to music at a tender age of 3 under his father’s guidance
  • Performs extensively across India and beyond
  • Oversees the “Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan Institute” and serves as the vice-chairman of Padma Bhushan Ustad Mushtaq Hussain Khan Foundation
  1. Mehdi Hasan Niazi:
  • A versatile artist known for his resonant voice
  • Proficient in Indian classical and light music, songwriting, and composition
  • Proud representative of the Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana
  • Trained by illustrious family members, including late Ustad Ghulam Husain Khan
  • Collaborates with legends and prominent artists in the music industry

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