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Dasa Gitamrutha

May 26, 2017

Dasa Gitamrutha

The concept has been the brainchild of Shri. Rajan (Rajan-Nagendra fame). He wanted to bring out a CD/DVD. This is a CD launch of Purandara dasa, few of which will be performed on this stage. The meaning of Dasara pada has equivalent shlokas in BhagavadGita and these songs have been rendered by well-known playback singers Rajan – Nagendra, Sangeetha Katti, Ajay Warrier and Ankita Kundu

The songs are in the melodious voices of popular play back singers of Kannada film industry like Sangeetha Katti, Ajay Warrier, SaReGaMaPa little champs and Rising Star fame Ankita Kundu. Students of Shri. Rajan’s ‘Sapthaswaranjali School of Music’ – Dr. Chandrashekar, Mrs. Smitha Karthik, Mr. Sreenivas Prasanna will also be the voices for the show. The famous RJ Soujanya and RJ Vishwas from Radiocity will be the compere of the show.

The ocassion will be graced by
Honorable Justice Mr. Mohan M. Shantana Goudar (Judge, Supreme Court of India).
Mr. Bhaskar Rao IPS (Additional DGP, KSRP Bengaluru).
HH Swami Veereshananda Saraswathi (Sri Ramakrishna Matt, Tumakuru).
Dr. Sri Sri Ramachandra Guruji (Holistic spiritual healer).
Varada Krsna Das (President, ISKCON HBR Layout, Bengaluru).
Dr. Shyamala G. Bhave (Renowned Hindustani and Carnatic Classical Singer).

Tickets available online on BookMyShow: http://bit.ly/2rpnGE7

Saturday | 27th May 2017 | 5:00 PM

Venue:
Taralabalu Kendra
3rd Main, 2nd Block,
Taralabalu Marg,
Near-B D A Complex,
R T Nagar,
Bengaluru – 560032

DIRECTIONS TO THE VENUE: https://goo.gl/maps/oVLhxKjQdTx

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