Surmani Dattatreya Velankar's - Bhakti Nada Organised by SAKSHI Trust

चैतन्यम् भूतानाम् निवृत्तम् जगदात्मना | नादब्रह्म तदानन्दमद्वितीयमुपास्महे ||

Indian classical music is originally based on seven 'Swara' and twenty one ‘Shrutis’. Every set of swara has its own kind of Melody and emotional feelings, which has a great impact over human life. Its Several benefits has been seen since ages. It cures from severe diseases. It can be used as a mood changer. The beats(thaala) of music have a resemblance to our heart beat. Just by listening to this beats of songs, heart beats get organized.

As an energy source, music can be a tool for the elevation of consciousness. Music facilitates concentration, relaxation, learning, creativity and an increased awareness of psycho-spiritual states.

We cordially invite you to enjoy the Bhakti Nada

28th August 2017 | 05:00pm to 08:00pm

(followed by dinner)

@Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Bhavan

Millers Road, Vasanth Nagar, Near Cantonment Railway Station,

Next to Jain hospital, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560052

(Registration is mandatory to attend the concert)

Artist Introduction

Surmani Dattatreya Velankar

Surmani Dattatreya Velankar is one of the foremost and illustrious disciples of Pt. Vinayak Torvi.

Born into a family of Keertanakaras, Shri Dattatreya Velankar has inherited a unique lineage from his parents, Keertanacharya Lakshmandas Velankar and Smt. Meera Lakshmandas. Inspired by his parents, Dattatreya took up Harikatha at a tender age and made his mark as a child prodigy.

Dattatreya is a ‘Vidwat’ in Vocal Music from the Govt. of Karnataka, an M.A. in music from Dr. Gangubai Hangal Music and Performing University, a graded All India Radio and Doordarshan artiste. Pursuing Phd in music from Jain University, Bangalore.

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