Shyamal-Saumil-Aarti Munshi is an Indian classical music trio formed in 1980s, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, composed of the Gujarati singers, Dr. Shyamal Munshi and Saumil Munshi.
Shyamal-Saumil achieved both critical acclaim and commercial success in the 1980s and early 1990s, helping to popularize Gujarati classical music, known as "Sugam Sangeet" while experimenting, innovating, and branching out into other forms of media, like cinema and theatre. Shyamal-Saumil are known for their inclusive music, having created a plethora of albums for children, adolescents, and adults, and also having delved into and having explored different cultures and religious folk music in their works.
Shyamal-Saumil-Aarti Munshi have been carriers of this rich aspect of Gujarati language and culture. Through the medium of music they have been instrumental in spreading and consolidating Gujarati language throughout the world. Respecting their deep commitment to their valuable contribution to the field of Gujarati music, the Gujarat government bestowed upon Shyamal-Saumil the very prestigious ‘Gujarat Gaurav Puraskar’.
The Munshi trio as we call them , stands on a high pedestal aided and abided by their inherent knowledge of music and everything attached with it. They have been lavished with the blessings from their elders in the field, whereas their contemporaries have high regards for them. They have, in the true sense, carved out a special place in the hearts and minds of Gujarati music lovers and admirers all across the globe.
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