POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Feb 05, 2010 AT 15:26 IST ,  Edited At: Feb 05, 2010 15:26 IST

Among the many bounties that Internet has bestowed on us, filling up our lives with music is one that certainly deserves far more attention than it gets. But that could be because it is so blindingly obvious. While film and popular rock and pop music have generally been widely available, classical music fans never had it so good till the world wide web came along. From the earliest days, when various usenet groups had the likes of Rajan Parriker sharing their knowledge freely, to Youtube and blogs now which make hitherto unavailable treasures accessible to all, any one with an internet connection has far more accessible today than was ever available to the biggest collectors and connoisseurs in the past. Here's a rushed, random listing of some of the best resources for Hindustani classical music. Please share your favourites and add to this list:

In addition, of course there are a large number of wonderful blogs and Youtube channels [like Kishoriray who also has a separate blog] are treasure troves of music you'd never find in any shop. 

POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Feb 05, 2010 AT 15:26 IST ,  Edited At: Feb 05, 2010 15:26 IST
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