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This led to the decline of the court sponsored Musicians.
Consequently, the musicians kept their knowledge and practice to themselves confining it within their own family members.
About the Author: was initially trained in Hindustani classical music by Pandit A. She was one of the first scholars of ITC Sangeet Research Academy(SRA), joining in 1978.
Training under Vidushi Girija Devi from 1978 to 1992, she is a true representative of the Banaras Gharana, excelling in thumri, dadra, tappa, kajri, holi, chaiti, jhula, bhajan and other semi-classical forms.
In 7th century AD, Indian music was used to popularize the Hindu philosophy and religious ideas.During that era, devotional songs in India music reached its peak with the marvelous songs of Kabir(1405AD), Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu(1486 AD) and Mirabai(1500 AD).King Akbar(15556-1605AD) was a keen lover of music and patronized maestros like Nayak Bakru, Tansen, Tantarang Gopal etc in his court.Music became a vehicle of entertainment and was looked down upon in society.This trend continued till the middle of the 19th century.