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Lokmat Times : 2 Sept. 1989
The noted flute player Krishna Bhandari presented Raga Chandrakauns. Instrumental music can come out with almost infinite rhythms. Bhandari's performance was excellent example of the fact, his unexpected variations added to the total effect.

Lokmat Times : 6 Oct. 1990
Krishna Bhandari, flutist initiated the recital with raga 'Bhoop'. Aalap, Joz and Zala were rendered in a studied manner. He possesses good technique of working and the minute details of the melodies.

Translation from Marathwada Daily 12th Oct. 1990
Krishna , How melodious your flute is !!

Translation Tarun Bharat 8th Dec. 1990
Shri Krishna Bhandari is the “Jewel” in flute presentation.

Translated from Dainik Lokmat 24th Aug. 1993
The hard work put in for this art definitely was commendable. It was evident that the skill he has developed is the impact of well known flautist Pt.Hariprasad Chaurasia. Music Lovers have great expectation from this flute artist.

Translated from Marathwada cultural magazine 17 Dec. 1993
Able flautist Krishna Bhandari.

Times of India : 20 Oct. 2001
And each time that Bhandari himself plays the flute, he embarks upon a journey.... such a beautiful journey.

Indian Express : 12 Dec. 2001
"Creating magic with music by flutist Krishna Bhandari".

Translated from Sangeet Mehfil May 2002
At the beginning of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Saraswati Sangeet Vidyalaya , Krishna Bhandari skillfully presented Alaap, Jod, Zalla in Raag ‘Bhoop’. He presented Madyalaya Gat in Jap Taal & Drutlaya in Teen Taal. Very classically presented Badat, Gayaki, Gatkari in an easy manner, so confidently, mesmerized the audience.

Translated from Sanjshakti 2nd Aug. 2002
The leading name in the field of melodious flute is Krishna Bhandari

Translated from Sakal 4th Aug. 2002
Krishna Bhandari started his flute concert with Raag Yeman. By his harmonious flute presentation in Vilambit Roopal Taal, Madhylaya and drut Teen Taal the music lovers left the venue bathed in musical notes.

Translated from Loksatta 12th Nov. 2002
Bhandari presented very artistically the morning raag “Lalat” on his flute.

Translated from Sangeet Mehfil Nov. 2004
In the concert held at Manohar Mangal Karyalaya’s Hall, Organized by ‘Gaanvardhan’, Krishna Bhandari (Senior Disciple of Pt. Raghunath Seth) first presented soulfully Raag Madhukaans in Vilambit Roopak Taal & Madhya and drut in teen taal with full ‘Riyas’. We can say that flawless ‘Taan’ presentation, different verities of ‘Tihai’ and ‘Tatkar’ embedded work in super fast ‘Laya’ are his specialties.