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Abu Dhabi, Apr 23: The musical treat to all Kannadigas in Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi Karnataka Sangha has announced a bhajan concert by popular exponent Manjapra Mohan and Party. The melodious voice of this great artiste and his lively songs are sure to take one on a pleasant voyage into the world of bhajans.

The event will be held at the NMC Guest House, 2nd Floor, Foodlands Building on April 23 at 8 pm.

Mohan comes from the famous musical family of M D Ramanathan. It was during 1990 that under the able leadership of Mohan, Sri Guruvayoorappan Bakta Bhajan Sangam was formed with handful young music enthusiasts. This group held programmes in all places in Kerala and in Metro cities. Recently Mohan also visited Switzerland, Paris, Canada and was also awarded by the Switzerland Tamil Association.

Mohan has extensively toured all parts of India for promoting Namasankeerthana. He is also the recipient of an award from T N Seshan the former Election Commissioner of India at a function held in Dombivli in October 2001.

Thousands flock to witnessing the concert of Mohan. His troupe consisting young and energetic people and all are familiar with Namasankeerthana.

The Abu Dhabi Karnataka Sangha has requested all the Male Bhakthas to wear the traditional Mundu to facilitate in the Abhang style dance towards the end of the concert.
More details can be obtained from Sarvotham Shetty on phone No. 050 6125464.


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