The Capital hosted a night of rare and long forgotten music, a n unique experience for the city’s music lovers. Pracheen Kala Kendra organised this musical concert to save the dieing Indian classical music and in memory of Madan Lal Koser. Talking about the initiative of saving the long lost Indian classical music, Sajal Kausar said ‘Pracheen Kala Kendra is making an effort to make people realize that Indian classical music is the gist of Indian culture and its essence should be valued. We are heading towards preserving the cultural heritage of the country.’ Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The auditorium of Shri Ram Centre for Arts witnessed centuries old musical sound based on ancient Indian traditions. Adding life to the concert were the performance given by Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Salil Bhatt who performed a jugalbandi over mohan veena and satvik veena. They were accompanied in their act by Parameshwar Hedge, MD. Akram Khan and Himanshu Mahat on tabla.After presenting the age old classical music to Delhi’iets Salil Bahtt said, ‘I appreciate the attempt of the Pracheen Kala Kendra to save classical music from being extinct and is overwhelmed to be a part of this cause.’Before the concert Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Salil Bhatt has also launched their albums East Meets West – Ecstatic Fusion of Indian Classical, Jazz and Western Percussions and Satkriti – The musical creation of Lord Shiva.