Tribute to Pandit Shivkumar Sharma: After the demise of renowned santoor player Pandit Shivkumar Sharma, social media has been flooded with condolence messages from his fans.
Everyone is paying tribute to the departed in their own way. Amul has also made a special doodle for him, which has gone viral. Famous Santoor player Pandit Shivkumar Sharma said goodbye to the world at the age of 84.
He died due to cardiac arrest in Mumbai. He was suffering from kidney problems for the last six months and was undergoing dialysis.
After his death, everyone is giving him a final farewell in their own style. Dairy brand Amul has also paid a heartfelt tribute to the departed.
Amul has made a special doodle for Pandit Ji. On which the dairy brand was written, he had a device in every breath.
Padma Vibhushan awardee Pandit Shivkumar Sharma contributed not only to the country but also to the international recognition of Indian music. Pandit Ji was born in Jammu.
He is credited with popularizing the musical instrument, the santoor. After his death, social media has been flooded with condolence messages from his loved ones. Everyone is paying tribute to the late singer in their own way.
Dairy brand Amul has also shared a doodle on its social media account and wrote, Tribute to the great Ustad Santoor maestro. Also read Adah Sharma Birthday Special: She turn to South Industry even after her first film was a hit
See Amul’s doodle here
People are paying tributes like this
#PanditShivkumarSharma I first heard him when in college when he came for a SPICMACAY concert. It was my introduction to the Indian Classical Music. Thank you Pandit ji for everything your have done for us. 🙏🙏 https://t.co/0UqIVFis4r— Swami Rijuda #SaveSoil (@SwamiRijuda) May 11, 2022
Pandit Shivkumar Sharma was born in a musical family in Kashmir. He took his early education in music from his father. He had mastered the santoor. He also took a job as a broadcaster with Jammu Radio at the age of 15.
Panditji got recognition in 1955 when he was called to play the role of Santoor at an event in Mumbai.