List of Indian Grammy Award winners and nominees

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The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from India:

India Country in South Asia

India, also known as the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh largest country by area and with more than 1.3 billion people, it is the second most populous country and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast, it shares land borders with Pakistan to the west; China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the northeast; and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. In the Indian Ocean, India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka and the Maldives, while its Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a maritime border with Thailand and Indonesia.

YearCategoryNominees(s)Nominated forResult
1968Best Chamber Music Performance Ravi Shankar West Meets EastWon
1969Album Of The Year, ClassicalZubin MehtaStrauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra (Album)Nominated
1969Best Classical Performance, OrchestraZubin MehtaStrauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra (Album)Nominated
1970Best Opera RecordingZubin MehtaVerdi: Il Trovatore (Album)Nominated
1971Best Choral Performance, ClassicalZubin MehtaVerdi: Four Sacred Pieces (Album)Nominated
1973Album of the YearRavi ShankarThe Concert for BangladeshWon
1973Best Opera RecordingZubin MehtaPuccini: Turandot (Album)Nominated
1976Best Classical Orchestral PerformanceZubin MehtaThe Fourth Of July! (Ives: Symphony No. 2, Variations On America/ Copland: Appalachian Spring/ Bernstein: Overture To Candide/ Gershwin: American In Paris) (Album)Nominated
1978Best Pop Instrumental PerformanceZubin MehtaStar Wars And Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (Album)Nominated
1978Best Classical Orchestral PerformanceZubin MehtaStravinsky: Rite Of Spring (Album)Nominated
1978Best Opera RecordingZubin MehtaPuccini: La Fanciulla Del West (Album)Nominated
1979Best Pop Instrumental PerformanceZubin MehtaManhattan - Music From The Woody Allen FilmNominated
1980Best Classical AlbumZubin MehtaBartók: Concerto For Violin And OrchestraNominated
1981Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist Or Soloists (With Orchestra)Zubin MehtaIsaac Stern 60th Anniversary CelebrationWon
1981Best Engineered Recording, ClassicalZubin MehtaIsaac Stern 60th Anniversary CelebrationWon
1981Best Classical AlbumZubin MehtaIsaac Stern 60th Anniversary Celebration (Album)Nominated
1981Best Choral Performance (Other Than Opera)Zubin MehtaVerdi: Requiem (Album)Nominated
1982Best Classical Vocal Soloist PerformanceZubin MehtaVerdi: Arias (Leontyne Price Sings Verdi)Won
1983Best Classical AlbumZubin MehtaVivaldi: Four Seasons And Concerto For 4 Violins,Op. 3, No. 10/ Bach: Double Concerto BWV 1043/ Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante, K. 364 (Album)Nominated
1990Best Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist (With Orchestra)Zubin MehtaShostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1 In A Minor/Glazunov: Violin Concerto In A MinorWon
1990Best Classical Vocal PerformanceZubin MehtaCarreras, Domingo, Pavarotti In ConcertWon
1990Best Classical AlbumZubin MehtaCarreras, Domingo, Pavarotti In Concert (Album)Nominated
1991Best World Music AlbumVikku Vinayak and Zakir Hussain Planet DrumWon
1992Best World Music Album Vishwa Mohan Bhatt [1] Planet DrumWon
1994Album Of The Year Zubin Mehta The 3 Tenors In Concert 1994 (Album)Nominated
1994Best Pop AlbumZubin MehtaThe 3 Tenors In Concert 1994 (Album)Nominated
1996Best World Music Album L. Shankar, Zakir Hussain and Vikku Vinayakram Raga AberiNominated
1997Best World Music Album Vishwa Mohan Bhatt Tabula RasaNominated
1997Best World Music Album Ali Akbar Khan LegacyNominated
1998Best World Music Album Ali Akbar Khan Passing on the TraditionNominated
2002Best World Music AlbumRavi ShankarFull Circle: Carnegie Hall 2000Won
2002Best World Music Album Anoushka Shankar Live at Carnegie HallNominated
2007Best Opera RecordingZubin MehtaVerdi: La TraviataNominated
2008Best Compilation Soundtrack Album A. R. Rahman, H. Shridhar, P. A. Deepak Slumdog Millionaire Won
2008Best Song Written for Visual Media A. R. Rahman, Tanvi Shah , Gulzar Slumdog Millionaire Won
2008Best Contemporary World Music Album [2] Zakir Hussain Global Drum Project Won
2010Best Contemporary World Music AlbumChandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon"Om Namo Narayanaya: Soul Call"Nominated
2013Lifetime Achievement AwardRavi ShankarHonoraryWon
2012Best World Music Album Anoushka Shankar TravellerNominated
2013Best World Music AlbumRavi ShankarThe Living Room Sessions Pt. 1Won
2014Best World Music AlbumRavi ShankarThe Living Room Sessions Pt. 2Nominated
2014Best World Music Album Anoushka Shankar Traces of You Nominated
2015Best New Age Album Ricky Kej Winds of SamsaraWon
2015Best Children's Album Neela Vaswani I Am Malala Won
2015Best World Music Album Anoushka Shankar HomeNominated
2016Best World Music Album Anoushka Shankar Land of GoldNominated
2017Best World Music Album Sandeep Das [3] Sing Me Home Won

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