This period saw the gradual overthrowing of the Muslim rulers by the British who were indifferent to Indian culture and particularly classical music.
This led to the decline of the court sponsored Musicians.
Post SRA, she has devoted her life to the promotion of light classical music through teaching, workshops and vocal recitals in India and abroad.
She has conducted workshops on light classical music under the aegis of Paschim Banga Rajya Sangeet Academy, Kolkata and is an empanelled judge of the Academy.
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During this period, the most notable music lover amongst the weakened Muslim stat rulers was Wajid Ali Shah, Nawab of Ayodhya.Between the 9th and 12th centuries, Indian classical music saw marked qualitative improvement.From the 11th century onwards when India saw many advances by the Muslims from middle-east, it influenced Indian music greatly.King Shahjahan(1627-1658 AD) patronized musicians like Dirang Khan, Tal Khan, Bilas Khan(son of Tansen) etc.One cannot deny that the Mughal rulers contributed substantially to the development of Indian Classical music in their own way.