‘Sangeeta Sambhrama’ captivates gathering at Mysore Palace
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‘Sangeeta Sambhrama’ captivates gathering at Mysore Palace

April 8, 2019

Mysuru: Second day of the three-day ‘Ugadi Sangeethotsava,’ organised by District Administration and Palace Board at Mysore Palace here last evening, featured ‘Sangeeta Sambhrama,’ a delightful rendition of classical film hits by Lakshmi Nagaraj and Indu Nagaraj.

They commenced the programme singing ‘Vathapi Ganapathim Bhaje’ followed by ‘Hachhevu Kannadada Deepa’, ‘Barisu Kannada Dindima’, ‘Kurudu Kanchana Kuniyutalitto’ and ‘Nambide Ninna Naada Devathe’.

The rendition of ‘Naadamaya e Lokavella’ by Lakshmi Nagaraj and ‘Aaradhisuve madanari’ by Indu Nagaraj received a thunderous applause from the gathering. They later sang a few songs in Hindustani style.

On the LED screen installed on the dais, a few clippings were displayed focussing on voter awareness. ZP CEO K. Jyothi, Palace Broad Deputy Director T.S. Subramanya and others were present.

On the concluding day today (Apr.8), Sitar Maestro Vishwamohan Bhat and violinist Dr. Mysore Manjunath will present a Grand Jugalbandhi from  7 pm to 9.30 pm.

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