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The soul of music

The soul of music
The Capital will see a devotional music concert Bolava Vitthal brought by The Cultural Department - State Government of Maharashtra in association with Pancham Nishad. Pancham Nishad is an organisation set up to preserve and promote the rich traditional performing arts of India. The show will feature abhangs and devotional songs dedicated to Lord Vitthala on the eve of Ashadi Ekadashi.

Jayateerth Mevundi, Rahul Deshpande,  Devaki Pandit, Anand Bhate, Ranjani-Gayatri, Kaushiki Chakravarthy will enthrall the audience by rendering some of abhangs. After Delhi, the event will move on to Kolkata, Nashik, Kalyan (Mumbai suburbs), Mumbai, Bengaluru, Nagpur and Panaji (Goa).

For the past eight years of Bolava Vitthal, eminent musicians like Ganasaraswati Kishori Amonkar, Ajit Kumar Kadkade, Aarti Ankalikar-Tikekar, Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande and Shaunak Abhisheki have performed on this platform. ‘Bolava Vitthal concerts have created its niche amongst the audience in the past eight years. Its pan India reach symbolises the popularity of devotional song genre,’ explained  Shashi Vyas, organiser of the event.
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