Mumbai: Happy Lucky Entertainment hosted a magical & soulful evening of musical blessings, affirmations & healing prayers in the praise of God Vitthala. The devotional music of Marathi saints hit the high notes when maestros of music fraternity – Suresh Wadkar, Manjusha Kulkarni-Patil, MandarAapte, Amruta Kale chanted the name of God in a deeply soothing ambience.
Suresh Wadkar along with Manjusha Kulkarni-Patil, MandarAapte, Amruta Kale left everyone spell bound with their baritone. The pioneers of music fraternity made the audience embark into a blissful world of tranquil music & magnificent ambience with Pandit Bhavani Shankar on Pakhawaj.
The devotional evening saw SURESH WADKAR, MANJUSHA KULKARNI-PATIL, MANDAR AAPTE, AMRUTA KALE, VARSHA USGAONKAR . deeply involved in the soulful music.
SANJAY MAHALE of HAPPY LUCKY ENTERTAINMENT says “The devotional music is India has longstanding traditions from Vedas till date. For the venerable purpose of worshiping God, music has always been used as a medium. In Maharashtra, there is a well documented custom of devotional music which can go back to more thousand years. Using music as a tool to connect the youth to God, this special offering promises to resonate excellently with audiences”
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