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Utsavam by Dr. Nithyasree Mahadevan

Nithyasree is a Carnatic Classical vocalist of high caliber. She is not only blessed with heavenly music but also is privileged to be born in “Thiruvayyuru”, the seat of Carnatic Music. Born on 25th of August 1973, Nithyasree hails from a family of eminent musicians. She is the grand daughter of the great exponent of carnatic music, Smt. D.K. Pattamal on the paternal side and the great Mrudangam Maestro Palghat Sri t.S. Mani Iyer on the maternal side. She has her training of Smt. Lalitha Sivakumar, her mother and also from Smt. D.K. Pattamal. She is also proud to have Shri D.K. Jayaram as her paternal uncle.

She started giving public concert from 1987 and never looked back. She has come-up very well as expected and is now considered to be the most promising young talented musician. She has been performing most of the popular Subhas in India and abroad. An ‘A’ grade artiste of A.I.R. Chennai. She has been awarded ‘Yuva Kala Bharathi’ from Bharath Kalachar and ‘Innisai Mamani’ from Tamilnadu Goodwill Wearfare Association and recently she received Kalai Mamani from the State government.

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