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Ms. Lalitha

Lalitha was born in a musical family in Bombay. She spent her youth in this busy city and took part in many competitions, in which she won first place. She auditioned for and was selected by All-India Radio (AIR), at the first attempt, and she was hired as a recording light music artist for AIR.

Lalitha came to the US in 1986 and started her debut in this country as a guest singer for other groups. In this process, she came into contact with many noted musicians and decided to start her own troupe. In this way, "Sangeet" was born in 1992, for the entertainment pleasure of Indians living in America. In 1997, Lalitha auditioned for the great maestro pundit Ravi Shankarji and she was selected as a soloist to sing his composition at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., in honor of India's 50th anniversary of independence.

With Lalitha's versatile talent, she can make her voice sound like any of the great singers, whether they be the legendary Lataji, Ashaji, or Geeta Duttji, or the present-day singers such as Alka Yagnik, Kavita, and so on. The power in her voice when she songs punchy numbers like Piya Tu, Duniya Mein, or the latest Bole Chudiyan, and Taal, will make you want to dance all night, while the emotions she pours into songs like Raina Beeti Jaye and Lo Agayi Unki Yaad will move you to tears, and the skill with which she sings tough classical songs like Dil Cheez Kya Hai and Bol Re Papihara will leave you amazed.

Lalitha's 15 years of experience in this field can be clearly seen when she leads the groups in all her preformances. The musical lists she performs range from good old melodies to the present peppy songs, catering to audiences of all walks of life.