Music is an important part of our life and to incorporate it into our busy schedules, Legends of India is coming up with ‘Morning Ragas’ at Rabindra Bhawan, Mandi House in the national Capital.
Sunanda Sharma (Classical Vocal) and Sarod Maestro Pt. Tejendra Narayan Majumdar are the veterans, who will perform this time. The focus will be to help music transcend all barriers of languages, religions, geographies and hierarchies.
As it is the purest form of art, classical music, fine-honed over centuries, has the power of healing. ‘Morning Ragas’ exuding positivity and happiness are bound to give that relief for which Delhites have been yearning for, though unconsciously. All one needs to do is to sacrifice the Sunday morning siesta and in turn rejuvenate yourself with the rendition of some mesmerising musical notes of the morning ragas.
“By presenting ‘Legends of India’, we are trying to preserve the traditions of Indian Cultural Heritage for the younger generation as I strongly believe that it will help them become better human beings. From organising live performances of renowned artists, to providing a forum for the younger talent, Legends of India is a unique institution bringing together legends and those in the making,” said the organisers.