It would not be others to say, Durga Prasad Khatiwada as a synonymous of flute playing in Nepal and a flute maestro, moreover. But this feat of height has a dream full story of struggle, sweat and tear behind. He, a child of poor farmer family , was first attracted to music at the age of six when he heard the flute played by a shepherd in the forest. He, being obsessed with the melody, interrogated the several questions and happened to know the name of that instrument as Basuri, i.e. flute.Later he bargained his mother in a fair to purchase him a flute and after he had a flute in his hand, he started blowing it with innocent breathe to produce such melody that he had heard first time in his life.
When I was a student in Banaras Hindu university, I saw the Ganga Arati at Ganga Ghat. I thought that why not we do same Arati at Bagmati Ganga in our country. After returning Nepal, I made an organization named "Pashupati & Bagmati Ganga Sandhya Arati".
I have a lot of local concert at Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur city. Such as 'Kirateshwar', 'Yalamaya Classic', 'Sadhana Sandhya','Narayan Sthan Royal Palace', 'Kalanidhi', 'Indian Culture Center'
There were Solo Classical music concerts that I used to attend last Ramnawami and Shiv Ratri corespondingly at Ram Mandir and nearby Pashupati temple. I frequently used to be in concerts
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