Today, I will introduce you to Indian Grammy Winners. This award is named among the world’s biggest awards which are given for contribution in music. Every singer wants to get Grammy.
But do you know that Indian singers and musicians have also won this award. Hence, without any further ado, let’s dive straight into the topic.
Why Grammy Award Is A Matter of Pride?
The person who has done the best work in the music world is given the Grammy Award, so it is a matter of great pride. It can be said that it is like choosing the top player in a game. When someone wins a grammy, it is considered that their music is not only good but excellent. Which shows your hard work, talent and creativity.
Plus, a Grammy Award shows that you’ve created something really special that people are going to love. It’s not just a shiny trophy; It is a symbol of your dedication and impact on the music world. That is why the Grammy Award is given so much importance.
Every musician wants to make people happy through his music, in return he is awarded with awards. Music directors and singers from all over the world are trying to achieve this.
Indian Grammy Award Winners
|1968||Ravi Shankar||Best Chamber Music Performance||West Meets East|
|1973||Ravi Shankar||Album of the Year||The Concert for Bangladesh|
|1981||Zubin Mehta||Best Classical Performance – Instrumental Soloist Or Soloists (With|
|Isaac Stern 60th Anniversary Celebration|
|1981||Zubin Mehta||Best Engineered Recording, Classical||Isaac Stern 60th Anniversary Celebration|
|1982||Zubin Mehta||Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance||Verdi: Arias (Leontyne Price Sings Verdi)|
|1990||Zubin Mehta||Best Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist (With Orchestra)||Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1 In A Minor/Glazunov: Violin Concerto In|
|1990||Zubin Mehta||Best Classical Vocal Performance||Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti In Concert|
|1991||T. H. Vinayakram and Zakir Hussain||Best World Music Album||Planet Drum|
|1992||Vishwa Mohan Bhatt||Best World Music Album||Planet Drum|
|2002||Ravi Shankar||Best World Music Album||Full Circle: Carnegie Hall 2000|
|2008||A. R. Rahman, H. Sridhar, P. A. Deepak||Best Compilation Soundtrack Album||Slumdog Millionaire|
|2008||A. R. Rahman, Tanvi Shah, Gulzar||Best Song Written for Visual Media||Slumdog Millionaire|
|2008||Zakir Hussain||Best Contemporary World Music Album||Global Drum Project|
|2013||Ravi Shankar||Lifetime Achievement Award||Honorary|
|2013||Ravi Shankar||Best World Music Album||The Living Room Sessions Pt. 1|
|2015||Ricky Kej||Best New Age Album||Winds of Samsara|
|2015||Neela Vaswani||Best Children’s Album||I Am Malala|
|2022||Ricky Kej, along||Best New Age Album||Divine Tides|
|2022||Falu||Best Children’s Music Album||A Colorful World|
List of Indian Grammy Award Winners
Many Indian musicians have won Grammy Awards. There are more than 15 Indian Grammy Award Winners that you might not know about.
Pandit Ravi Shankar
Pandit Ravi Shankar’s name is taken among the best musicians of India. His groundbreaking collaboration “West Meets East” won the award for “Best Chamber Music Performance” in 1967. Ravi Shankar is best known as a sitar and violinist. The Grammy recognition validated Shankar’s global influence and brought India’s classical music to a worldwide audience.
Indian music is liked all over the world. The singers here forced the audience to dance with their magical voices. We are sharing with you the list of All Indian Grammy Winners.
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