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Swaranjali Delhi showcases ‘Shraddhanjali’ an ode to Indian Classical Music

Swaranjali Delhi recently organised “Shraddhanjali,” an evening to celebrate Indian Classical Music with an enchanting audience. The event took place at Theater (Amaltas), India Habitat Centre.4 Featuring a lineup of esteemed artists, “Shraddhanjali” showcased an unforgettable musical experience. The main performers included Sankumay Debnath on Vocal, accompanied by the legendary Pandit Santosh Nahar on Violin, […]

Swaranjali Delhi recently organised “Shraddhanjali,” an evening to celebrate Indian Classical Music with an enchanting audience. The event took place at Theater (Amaltas), India Habitat Centre.4

Featuring a lineup of esteemed artists, “Shraddhanjali” showcased an unforgettable musical experience. The main performers included Sankumay Debnath on Vocal, accompanied by the legendary Pandit Santosh Nahar on Violin, and the virtuoso Subrata De on Sitar. Their mastery and passion for Indian Classical Music transported the audience to realms of profound musicality and spiritual resonance.
The performances were supported by esteemed co-artists: Mustafa Hussain, Susamoy Mishra, Lalit Sisodia, and Zaheen Khan, each bringing their unique talents to enrich the musical tapestry of the evening.

On this occasion, Subrata De Founder of Swaranjali Delhi said “We are honored to organize the show ‘Shraddhanjali,’ an ode to the timeless beauty and depth of Indian Classical Music,” organizer of the event. “This gathering is a celebration of tradition, talent, and the enduring power of music to unite hearts and souls.”

The event featured eminent dignitaries, including Guest of Honor, Rakesh Pathak, Assistant Secretary of Sahitya Kala Parishad, who graced the occasion with his esteemed presence.
The evening unfolded with a captivating performance by the Sitar-Violin duet, presented by Subrata De and Pt. Santosh Nahar, enchanting the audience with the melodious raag Kirwani. Accompanied by the rhythmic brilliance of Susamoy Mishra and Mustafa Hussain on tabla, the artists transported the listeners into the depths of musical bliss.
The audience was privileged to witness the mastery of renowned artists such as Pt. Jitendra Singh, Indra Mukherjee, Mousumi Kundu, Ajay Jha, Amrita Dutta, Dr Ranjan Kumar, Prasenjit Adhikari, Monideep Mittra, and many others, who graced the occasion with their esteemed presence.

Special recognition was extended to Pratima Sharma for her exemplary anchoring, which added an extra layer of charm to the evening’s proceedings.
The  concert included soulful renditions such as “Bilambit -piya mora manat nahin” and “Teental - tarapat Raina Dena piya bin,” evoking emotions and stirring hearts with their timeless melodies.
As the evening drew to a close with the melodious strains of raag Mishra Pahadi Dhun, attendees departed with hearts full of music and memories.

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