This episode describes the contribution of Pandit Chhannulal Mishra in enriching Hindustani classical music with touches of folk and devotional music. Panditji has a very typical folkish voice which is able to present all the intricacies of classical music and maintain its essense and purity.
The cloud of despair floats and covers the sky of my mind. The melody of separation comes and sings the song of pain. Yet my mind loves and just wants you. So many memories are here but you are not with me today. To find you on an unknown path, my mind alone sails the boat in search of you. There will be soon dawn due to birds singing, (in hope) the forest keeps his ears open. Tear the chest of darkness, comes back the day to get the smell of morning dew. I think you put the light on and coming on my way. In the black night of fatigue, my mind gets the light of hope.