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Where music meets serenity

Where music meets serenity
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Vocalist Rini Mukherjee enthralled the audience by her live performance at 6th annual cultural conclave and musical concert - Sur Sandhya at Sri Sathya Sai International in Delhi.

The concert was organised by Le-Rythme, an organisation of promoting Indian music and dance. The event that commenced on January 4 was organised in order to revive the interest in our traditional art forms, both in musical and performing arts and to spread its eminence among the youth.

The different moods of Indian music and composition were highlighted in Rini’s performance. The artiste presented all time hit melodious songs of Asha Bhosle, Lata Mangeshkar and Kavita Krishna Murti.

Bengali numbers were also sung by the vocalist. Some of the popular numbers like - Ek Radha Ek Meera, Shyam Teri Bansari Pukare Radha Naam, Yeh Ladka Hai Allah sung by Rini kept the audiences asking for more.

Under the tutelage of Padmashree Padmabhushan maestro Pandit Rajan, Ustad Tanveer Ahmed Khan and Biswajit Chatterjee, Rini Mukherjee has carved a niche for herself at a young age and has earned a lot of appreciation. She has proved herself as an established exponent of Indian light classical music, Nazrul Geeti and Contemporary songs.

The audience present there also witnessed the dance performance by the iconic dancers of Ganesa Natyalaya (Centre of Classical Dance and Music of Saroja Vaidyanathan).

Apart from this famous Bengali band of Kolkata Creations also mesmerised the audience by their performance. This musical event was dedicated to the Swach Bharat Abhiyan initiated by our Prime MInister, Narendra Modi.

Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State Culture and Tourism (Independent Charge) and Civil Aviation and Meenakshi Lekhi,  Member of Parliament were the chief guest of this event. Sheila Sengupta (niece of Netaji subhash Chandra Bose), Padmabhusan Saroja Vaidyanathan, Flute Maestro Pandit Rajendra Prasanna graced the ocassion by their presence.

A sum of money was also donated to URJA (United Residents Joint Action) for developmental works.
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