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Margazhi Conversation: Ganesh & Kumaresh


A voice is an instrument too, and can be used as an accompaniment to complement concerts, say the violinist duo Ganesh and Kumaresh. The two brothers chuckle, joke and bounce ideas off each other in this jugal bandi with Dharma Raman.



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