INGA Foundation's Bolava Vitthal Music Concert
Hyderabad, July 1st , 2012: INGA Foundation presents Bolava Vitthal a unique concert of abhangs and devotional songs dedicated to Lord Panduranga on the eve of Ashadi Ekadashi. From the 12th to 19th century, many great saints including Sant Dyaneshwar, Sant Tukaram, Sant Gora Kumbhar, and Sant Janabai penned many abhangs devoted to Lord Panduranga.
Bolava Vitthal was initiated with the objective of giving a rare opportunity to music lovers and devotees to listen to maestros singing praise of Lord Vitthal. In Hyderabad, the concert will be held on the 1st July, 2012 at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan from 6:00 p.m. onwards. The concert is not only for devotees of Lord Vitthal, but also for all music lovers. The tunes and classical finesse promises a resplendent evening.
Pancham Nishad Creatives commences Bolava Vitthal an eight city concert tour from the 29th of June to the 8th of July, 2012. The concert tour will begin from Nashik on the (29th of June), Mumbai(30th June), Chennai(3rd July), Bangalore(4th July), Satara(6th July), Kolhapur(7th July) and will conclude at Goa(8th July)2012.
For the past five years, Bolava Vitthal has received tremendous response from the music lovers. In these years, music stalwarts like Ganasarwasti Kishori Amonkar, Ajit Kumar Kadkade, Aarti Ankalikar-Tikekar, Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande, Upendra Bhatt, Devaki Pandit, Shaunak Abhisheki and Jayateerth Mevundi have performed on this platform.
The man behind organising thus unique music festival is Shashi Vyas, son of Padmabhushan Late Pandit C R Vyas said, "It gives me great pleasure to announce this eight city tour. The Indian devotional music is broadly divided into two parts Sagun and Nirgun, Abhang is a fine blend of both. "Bolava Vitthal" is an effort to bring the youth of India closer to our traditional values and philosophy of life visualized by the many saint poets like Namdceo, Tukaram, Dyneshwar and Bahinabai."
About Pancham Nishad
Incorporated in the year 1996, till date Pancham Nishad has organised and managed more than 400 cultural events, in particular the Indian Classical Music Concerts. Through the last 13 years trodding along the pathway, Pancham Nishad has been committed to the cause of introducing the youth to Indian Classical Music with the hope that the wealth of knowledge, wisdom and beauty that it holds will become a vital part of their lives.