Ranajit Sengupta, young Sarode Maestro from Kolkata, India, had been conferred the PANDIT Title from the Ministry of Broadcasting, Govt. of India, for getting the TOP Grade as one of the youngest musician ever in January 2012. And his wife Vocalist Shirin Sengupta also got “A” Grade from the same Ministry.
Both have performed since many years at Maharishi Gandharva Veda concerts in many countries in Europe and overseas.
Ranajit will be for a short time in Germany between 6th to 11th June 2013 on his way to London as he will perform at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on the 13th June. He will be later in Europe with Shirin from Mid July to 6th August and again from 15th to 31st October. They both have long term Visa for European Countries.
Please, if you are interested to organize one or more concerts for them, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gandharva concerts enliven the atmosphere and bring harmony and integration not only to the audience, but to the whole environment. Gandharva music is one of the ancient Vedic technologies of consciousness to strengthen the indivivual as well as society as a whole from a very profound level. Fortunately for the world, His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi has revived this wonderful technique to harmonize disharmonies, and to unify differences.