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Impressive show at Mahati Music Academy Annual Recital

May 21, 2018 10:38 AM

Punjab News Express/Balbir Singh
INDIANAPOLIS: The Mahati Music Academy 2018 Annual Recital featured a number of devotional songs at he JI-Eun Lee Music Academy, Carmel on Sunday. Indian Classical and Western Violin combined display stole the show. Majority of those who participated today were the Indian Americans who originally belongs to Southern States of India, specially Hyderabad.

Composed by Notu Swarams, Vande Meenakshi (Rakes of Mallow) , Shyamale Meenakshi (Base compostiion --Twinkle Tinkwle and Santatham Pahimamn (Base composition --God Save the Queen) was recited by Anushika Arivkkarasu, Manaswimi Atla, Sahasra Kalagara, Sai Anwitha Mungi, Shanmukha Polu, Srindhi Kalyani and Srisha Gudepate. Adam Ghalayini, Francies Ecof and Flori Bosslet were on Western Violin. It is proved that music does not have a boundary.

Meghana Iyer was very impressive as she sang Bho Shambhoo, composed by Dhyananda Saraswati, while Ananya Tadikonda played Veena. Despite being unwell Sneha Vashistha displayed determination and courage to recite Raghuvamsa Sudha, composed by Patnam Subramanian Iyer. The singer got lot of applause as she finsihed recinting the song.

Anirudh Gopal and Hasini Krishna recited  Purandara Dasar composed  Bhagyada Lakshmi. Sudha Manikandan, Ananya Tadikonda and nUma Ayitha sang Tirumala Giri Raaya, composed by Annamacharya. Swara Pallavi and Vande Shambum, composed by Slokam, was recited by Kitee Ayitha, Navya Ayitha, Pranavi Tadikonda, Rithika Madala, Schreekari Gudepati and Vedika Madala.

All students of Mahati Music Academy recited Shakti Sahita Ganapatim and Shankara Shiva, composed by Notu Swaram and Sai Bhajan. These students also sang Sharadhe, Matharu Devo Bhava and Guru Bramha.

Earlier, the program got off to good start as Omkaram and Ganapathi Vandhanam were recited by Sai Pranav Senthil, Aakash Challa and Padmaja Tadikonda, who trains the students in indian classic music.

Aakash Challa, Anindita Nagajothi, Gowri Aravind, Sai Pranav Senthil, Satvika Dobbala and Tejasvi Tandikonda sang Nayaganay Nindral and Dhayarani, composed by Tirupavai 16th Parsam and Thyagaraja.

Akshada Nalumachu, Bhavya H Thakkar, Manasvi Pothuri, Nandhini Gali and Vidhisa Gudoor performed well singing Thyaharaja composed Ramachuvaru and Sarasanethra.

Akhila Mandava, Hansini Budhha and Reva Peddi recited Kattedura Vaikuntham, composed by Annamacharya. Harshima Tummala, Munisasya Vemula, Srinithya Basireddy, Tanishqa Yenti and Ananya Tadikonda warmed up the proceedings by reciting Dhariya Lakshmi and Athma Nivasi Ram, composed by Stotram.

The organizers were pleased as the annual recital concluded  with attendees enjoying the program. The organizers thanked the sponsors, parents of the trainees and volunteers for making the annual program a great success.

At the end of program, a student touched the feet of her guru (teacher) Padmaja Venkata. Venkata Nagesh Tadikonda ensured that every step is executed as planned for this he did the homework well.

=Special thanks were given to the volunteers -- Anupama Dharamavaram, Sandhya Pothuri, Bhargavi Amara,  Shreelakshmi Gopal, Jhanavi Lekkalapudi, Uma Ayitha, Lakshmi Ganesan, Uma Vashishta, Padnvi Peddi, Vijaya Challa, Mayuri Kankati, Vani Lingala, OPriya Ayyanan, Venkat Atla, Ragini Cherukruri and Saranya Nagireddy.

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