Ramprapanna in "The Statesman"
... sitar virtuoso Ramprapanna Bhattacharya, worthy disciple of Arvindbhai, mesmerised the audience with his rendition of raga Puria, replete with alap, a jhaptal gat composed by his Guruji and the famous teental tarana popularised by his dada-guru Ustad Vilayat Khan that led to jhala. His style was a good blend of emotion and skill. When asked about his experiences as a disciple of such a renowned personality, Bhattacharya, who also holds a senior position in the IT sector, etched a brilliant profile of his guruji.
Ramprapanna in 'The Hindus'
The festival concluded with a scintillating rendition of Hameer and a melodious Bhairavi composition of Ustad Vilayat Khan — “Tum ho jagat ke data” by Ramprapanna Bhattacharya from Kolkata, who also sang it. This reminded the senior connoisseurs of Nagpur of the dazzling performances of young Vilayat Khan.
Ramprapanna in 'Dainik Bhaskar' (Jaipur, India)
In today's classical music event, Ramprapanna Bhattacharya was the most important performer with his captivate Sitar performance. Along with the different types and varieties of Taans, his concept of the taans of specially eight matras, hitting the sam was astonishing.