Indian’s won at Grammy Awards

At the 66th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, US, India’s Zakir Hussain secured the Best Global Music Performance Grammy for his contribution to “Pashto”

And second Grammy for best contemporary instrumental album for his contribution to As We Speak, a Indo-Western jazz project with Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer, and Indian flutist Rakesh Chaurasia.

Another Indian Shankar Mahadevan from Shakti, Indian jazz , clinched the award for Best Global Music Album at the Grammys, recognizing the album “This Moment.”the album is crafted by a talented ensemble including John McLaughlin (guitar, guitar synth), Zakir Hussain (tabla), Shankar Mahadevan (vocalist), V Selvaganesh (percussionist), and Ganesh Rajagopalan (violinist).

Taylor Swift, TIME’s 2023 Person of the Year, on Sunday became the first artist to win Album of the Year four times with Midnights.


Pandit Ravi Shankar had won 4 Grammy Awards

Zubin Mehta, a world-renowned orchestral conductor born in Mumbai, has won  5 Grammy Awards.

Neela Vaswani won  a Grammy for her audiobook narration of “I Am Malala.

Tanvi Shah became the first Indian woman to win a Grammy Award for her performance in the song “Jai Ho” from the movie “Slumdog Millionaire.

Ricky Kej has won two  Grammy ; “Divine Tides” and for  his album “Winds of Samsara

Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, His album “A Meeting by the River” won the Grammy for Best World Music Album in 1993

Thetakudi Harihara Vinayakram, fondly known as Vikku, became the first Carnatic musician to win a Grammy with his performance in “Planet Drum” in 1991.

H. Sridhar was a sound engineer extraordinaire who played a pivotal role in creating the soundtrack for “Slumdog Millionaire,”

A. R. Rahman has won two Grammy Awards

Falguni Shah won her first Grammy in 2022 for the album “A Colourful World” in the Best Children’s Album category


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