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ShankaraRao Vyas
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Vishnu Digambar Paluskar
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ShankarRao Ganesh Vyas was born in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. He learnt music from Pandit Vishnu Digambar Paluskar. He was brother of Narayanrao Vyas. He was a sitar player, too. He composed music for Hindi, Marathi & Gujarati movies.

Sangeetacharya Late Pandit Shankarrao Ganesh Vyas was one of the founder member of “The Vyas Academy of Indian Music”. He was born on 23rd January,1898 in Kolhapur(Maharashtra State). He started his music career in the year 1910 under the guidance of Ganmaharshi Late Pandit Vishnu Digamber Paluskar. He was awarded a degree “Sangeet Pravin” and excelled in vocal as well as instrumental music.

Pandit Shankarrao Vyas was deputed to Ahmedabad (Gujarat State) in the year 1919 with the sole objective of popularizing Indian classical music among all the segments of the society irrespective of age, caste and creed. In 1936, he came to Mumbai at the request of his brother Gayanacharya Pandit Narayanrao Vyas.

During the period from 1937 to 1954, he has given music direction to 32 hindi,5 marathi and 3 gujrathi films. Among them “Ram Rajya”, “Bharat Milap”, “Poornima”, “Narsi Mehta” and “Vikramaditya” well appreciated by film industry.

Shankarrao Vyas was also instrumental in writing “Bandish” in various Ragas in Indian classical music. He has written various books such as Prathamik Sangeet (1 & 2), Madhyamik Sangeet (1 & 2), Sitar Vadan (1 & 2), Murli Naad & Vyas Kriti (1 to 4).

He was also contributed for establishing “Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal” and started music magazine “Sangeet Kalavihar”. He was President, Secretary and Treasurer in Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal.

To continue further the objective of popularizing Indian classical music among all masses of the society. He with the valuable assistance and popularity of his brother Pandit Narayanrao Vyas established in prime locality of Dadar(W), Mumbai a music school by name “Vyas Sangeet Vidyalaya” in June,1937.

On 17th December,1956 he left for heavenly abode at Ahmedabad (Gujrat).

Books written by Pt.Shankarrao Vyas are as follow :-
Prathamik Sangeet (Part 1 - 2), Madhyamik Sangeet (Part 1 - 2), Khyaal Aur Taraane (Part 1 - 2), Sitar Vadan (Part 1 - 2), Vyas Kruti (Part 1,2,3,4)

Pt. Shankarrao Vyas gave music to Hindi Movies are as follows:-
His Highness (1937) - 10 songs
Mister ‘X’ (1938) – 12 songs
Poornima (1938) - 15 songs
Bijli (1939) – 9 songs
Ek Hi Bhool (1940) – 6 songs
Narsi Bhagat (1940) – 15 songs
Sardar (1940) – 12 songs
Bharat Milap (1942) – 11 songs
Ram Rajya (1943) – 12 songs
Kavita (1944) – 11 songs
Krishna Bhakta Bodana (1944) – 9 songs
Vikramaditya (1948) – 9 songs
Ghunghat (1946) – 11 songs
Mera Geet (1946) – 16 songs
Valmiki (1946) – 10 songs
Bhakta Dhruva (1947) – 11 songs
Bhakta Biswamangal (1948) -13 songs
Bhakta Gopal Bhaiyya (1948) – 12 songs
Rambaan (1948) – 8 songs
Ram Vivaah (1949) – 10 songs
Bhagwan Shrikrishna (1950) -9 songs
Ram Darshan (1950) – 16 songs
Jivantaara (1951) – 8 songs
Luv Kush (1951) – 7 songs
Indrasan (1952) – 9 songs
Jivan Nauka (1952) – 13 songs
Draupadi Vastra Haran (1952) – 6 songs
Hari Darshan (1953) – 7 songs
Mahapooja (1954) – 9 songs
Raajyogi Bharthari (1954) – 9 songs
Ramayan (1954) – 12 songs
Ganga Maiyya (1955) – 7 songs

Pt. Shankarrao Vyas gave music to Gujrathi Movies are as follows:-
Bhakta Surdaas (1947) – 12 songs
Meerabai (1947) – 17 songs
Narsi Mehta (1947) – 14 songs

Pt. Shankarrao Vyas gave music to Marathi Movies are as follows:-
Bharat Bhet (1942) – 10 songs
Ram Rajya (1944) – 12 songs
Sasurvaas (1946) – 7 songs
Mi Daru Sodli (1950) – 8 songs
Sudamya Che Pohe (1958) – 9 songs

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