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Jitendra Abhisheki (Marathi: जितेंद्र अभिषेकी) (September 21, 1929 - November 7, 1998), popularly and reverentially addressed as Pandit Jitendra Abhisheki, was a performer of classical, semi-classical, and devotional music in Maharashtra, India. He was also known for adapting the operatic style of musicals to Marathi theatre. Jitendra Abhisheki learnt vocal music from Pandit Jagannathbua Purohit and Ustad Azmat Hussain Khan of Agra Gharana and Shri Gulubhai Jasdanwala of the Jaipur Gharana. He was endowed with a rich voice and has evolved a distinct style of singing Khayal.
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