Wasanti Paranjape, Musical Pioneer

After Bala completed his doctorate in 1957, the Paranjapes moved to Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana, and then, in 1959, to Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. At Purdue, Wasanti entered a local singing competition and won first prize. At Louisiana State, she took lessons on the violin, an instrument also used in Indian music, to learn Western music.
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