Sister-in-law to Ravi Shankar, mother-in-law to L. Subramaniam, Lakshmi Shankar is certainly a remarkable vocalist. As a girl she dropped beneath the spell of dance and, prompted by her forward-thinking mom, she researched Bharat Natyam dance. She wedded the scriptwriter Rajendra Shankar, an elder sibling of Ravi Shankar, and became a member of Uday Shankar’s creative circle through the early ’40s. Ill-health compelled her to stop dancing but, for all of us, this got the joyful aftereffect of catalyzing her performing profession. Around 1946-47 she done the historic version of Pandit Nehru’s Breakthrough of India, a function that prompted Nehru to state, “The ballet’s much better than my reserve.” In the 1960s she documented an album known as The Tone of voice of Lakshmi Shankar for Globe Pacific. Since that time she has documented widely in differing capacities and designs including Tamil folk tracks, Hindu devotional tunes of all types, film function (like the soundtrack to Gandhi) as well as for tv documentaries. Her function shows up on many brands including EMI India and RCA.
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|Raga||1971||Documentary music coordinator|
|Devi||1970||playback singer - as Laxmi Shankar|
|Pyar Ki Pyas||1961||playback singer|
|Pyar Ki Pyas||1961||performer: "Uttar Mein Khada Himalay"|
|Escape or Die!||2015||TV Series documentary thanks - 1 episode|
|Bhuvan Shome||1969||acknowledgment - as Smt. Laxmi Shankar|
|Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India||1975||TV Movie||Herself - Musician|
|The Midnight Special||1973||TV Series||Herself|
|George Harrison: Living in the Material World||2011||Documentary||Herself|
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