Tag Archives: Haath ki safai

Bells and Whistles

“Bells and Whistles” is a popular English idiom. It means extra or fancy add-ons. For example, we often say “this phone or computer comes with many bells and whistles”; meaning a lot of extra features that may not be really … Continue reading

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Kalyanji-Anandji, the immortal duo

My earlier posts on Kalyanji-Anandji (see Kalyanji-Anandji in categories to your right) covered 5 different dimensions of their music. In this post, I will summarize notable films, songs, achievements and key recognitions that highlight their versatile talent. I will also … Continue reading

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Top hits of Kalyanji Anandji, magical duets

In earlier posts on Kalyanji Anandji, I highlighted various facets of their music. First, I showcased their affinity for Mukesh and the many gems they composed specially for Mukesh. Next, I highlighted their mastery of string instruments and how they … Continue reading

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