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Singer Kavita Seth claims that her decision to perform a certain song is determined by its words

<p>Music and springtime go hand in hand. In keeping with the spirit, the Kasauli Music Festival arrives. On March 29, this two-day celebration will begin. With hits like Rangi Saari, Iktara, Tum Hi Ho Bandhu, and other songs, singer Kavita Seth will close up the festival.</p>
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<p>The artist engaged in media relations on Wednesday. The inhabitants of North India are hospitable and kind, according to her. I’ve always loved doing performances in Punjab. I’ll be visiting Kasauli for the first time. I hope the wonderful weather continues until April 5, because I want to go throughout Himachal Pradesh and relive many of my experiences there.</p>
<p>Despite her background in the Hindi film business, Kavita avoids social circles and playback singing groups. “It’s because I’ve always found that lyrics are crucial to fully appreciating a song.” During my early professional years in Delhi, I was counseled to take on a variety of tasks in order to remain current. And while I had paid attention to those individuals, I quickly realized it wasn’t who I really was. Meeting Pakistani singer-composer Abida Parveen ji was, in my opinion, the pivotal moment in my life. I gravitated toward ghazal and poetry after participating in Muzaffar Ali’s Jahan-e-Khusrau music festival, and I never looked back.</p>
<p>After Satish Kaushik saw Kavita perform at the festival, she received her big break. He gifted her the song Maula from the 2005 film Vaada.</p>
<p>She chooses which tasks to work on. Kavita remembers turning down the song “Hookah Bar” by Himesh Reshammiya because she didn’t agree with the lyrics. She still doesn’t regret it, even if the song became popular afterward, saying, “Had I done that, I would have been offered the same kind of projects later.” Indeed, after Kavita’s completion of Tumhi Ho Bandhu for</p>
<p><strong>Cocktail, she kept getting proposals for songs much like this.</strong></p>
<p>She can identify every ghazal and sufi singer instantly when you ask her who she prefers to listen to. From Jagjit Singh to Ghulam Ali, and from Farida Khanum to Nayyara Noor. I adore Jagjit Singh ji, however. I’ve learned how to preserve a basic composition and yet accomplish amazing things from his ghazals,” she continues.</p>
<p>Additionally, Kavita has performed songs that are based on poems by poets like Amrita Pritam, Bashir Badr, and</p>
<p>Kabir together with others. She just had one thing to say about the new habit of several artists singing various Ram dhun and bhajans after the pranpratishtha of Ram Mandi in Ayodhya: “Mujhe behti Ganga mein hath nahi dhona tha.” “Even though I had one song ready for Ram, I didn’t want to take advantage of the opportunity and promote something that was personal to me,” she says. I may make it available on Ram Navmi. Seth’s dream collaboration would be to perform with Diljit Dosanjh, a Punjabi artist.</p>
<p><strong>a compelling lineup</strong></p>
<p>In addition to Main Kavita Hoon starring Kavita Seth, the Kutle Khan Project, a popular folk singer from Rajasthan, will gain a lot of attention. Meena Kumari Ki Dastaan, a musical dastangoi by Fouzia Dastango and famous singer Vidhi Sharma, is being performed especially to remember Meena Kumari’s death anniversary, which occurs on March 31. The lineup of performers at the Kasauli Music Festival also included vocalists such Akassh Verma, Jasleen Aulakh, and Vidhi Sharma, as well as Himalayan Routes, a Shimla-based folk-fusion band, and HP 14-The Band, a Hindi rock band.</p>
<p><strong>Chandigarh Link</strong></p>
<p>“I have always received so much affection from Chandigarh. When I used to play at Tagore Theatre, I had a great time. In addition, I cherished Punjab University’s atmosphere throughout my Youth Festival performance. I want to see all of the music enthusiasts in Tricity at the Kasauli Music Festival, too, Kavita adds.</p>

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