He received formal training in Hindustani classical music from Manohar Barve, Mirashibuwa, 'Master' Krishnarao, Vilayat Hussein Khan, and Jagannathbuwa Purohit, assimilating the Gwalior, Agra, and Jaipur gharanas to emerge an outstanding vocalist. Apart from his career as concert singer, he contributed to Marathi theatre by performing and composing music for such classic vehicles as Gadkari's Ekachpyala, Khadilkar's Manapaman, and Vidyadhar Gokhale's Mandarmala in 1963. Ram Purushottamdas Marathe acted in Hindi, Marathi, and Gujarati movies for over three decades. This talented personality died in the year 1989.
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