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|Born||August 13, 1994|
Sabalgarh, Madhya Pradesh, India
|Origin||Madhya Pradesh, India|
|Genres||Hindustani Classical, Fusion Music, Jugalbandi|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, Sitar Player, Solo Performer, Composer, Engineer|
|Associated acts||Shujaat Khan|
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Anurag Bansal (Hindi: अनुराग बंसल ) is an Indian sitar player who performs Hindustani classical music, fusion and experimental ‘Jugalbandis’. He won the chambal sangeet ratna award in 2014. At the 20th National Youth Festival (India) he represented Madhya Pradesh in the field of sitar. He won many awards in sitar. He started a Fusion group along with his sister, Amrapali Bansal, named Sitar Explosion. He is also a member of kalashri vadya vranda a vadya vranda group of Gwalior Gharana. He has played all over in India.