Pandit Jitendra Abhisheki had a groundbreaking influence from the progression of contemporary Indian classical, semi-classical and devotional music. Furthermore to fusing traditional ragas with brand-new compositions, Abhisheki presented the traditional western operatic style towards the Marathi movie theater. His musical productions, including “Matsyangandha,” “Katyar Kaljat Ghusli,” “Yayati Ana Deuyani” and “Lekure Udana Jahali,” motivated a revival of natya-sangeet in the past due-1960s. The kid of the top priest from the Mangeshi temple of Goa, Abhisheki was a disciple of Pandit Jagannath Purohit. Starting his career being a vocalist, Abhisheki was inspired by both customs of Indian traditional music and contemporary enhancements. Abhisheki’s disciples included Asha Khadilkar, Ajit Katkade and his kid, Shaunaq Abhisheki. Experiencing diabetes and kidney complications in his old age, Abhisheki passed away in 1998.