Antara Nandy at Alive India in Concert in Bangalore ● Photo Showcase

Alive India Concert - Bangalore - Parmita Borah photography

Alive India in Concert, a musical evening to celebrate the lingering spirit of Diwali and Children's day, presented a myriad of juvenile talent. Amongst the known faces, we saw Bangalore's own chote ustaad Aditya Vittal and folk queen Dipannita Acharya. 

The highlighted of the evening, however, must be credited to an uninhibited, power-packed performance by 'Zee Sa Re Ga Ma Pa' prodigy Antara Nandy with a diverse repertoire of songs including Rolling in the Deep and Waka Waka. Antara's cover of a Bihu song featuring fusion musician Jim Ankan got the audiences grooving the most.

The event was organized by Bangalore-based band Aurko at the Phoenix Market City on November 17, 2012.

Jim Ankan Deka and Antara Nandi - Alive India Concert - Parmita Borah photography
Jim Ankan Deka and Antara Nandy - Alive India in Concert (Photo - Parmita Borah)
Antara Nandi - Alive India Concert - Parmita Borah photography
Antara Nandy - Alive India in Concert (Photo - Parmita Borah)
Aditya Vittal - Alive India Concert - Parmita Borah photography
Aditya Vittal - Alive India in Concert, Bangalore (Photo - Parmita Borah)

Alive India Concert, Bangalore - Jim Ankan Deka photography
Alive India in Concert, Bangalore

Antara Nandy - Alive India Concert, Bangalore - Parmita Borah photography
Antara Nandy, Alive India in Concert, Bangalore (Photo - Parmita Borah)

Aurko - Alive India Concert - Jim Ankan photography
Aurko, band from Bangalore, Alive India in Concert

Jim Ankan Deka and Antara Nandy - Alive India Concert - Parmita Borah Photography
Jim Ankan Deka and Antara Nandy, Alive India in Concert, Bangalore (Photo - Parmita Borah)
Antara Nandy and Children - Alive India Concert - Parmita Borah photography
Antara Nandy with children, Alive India in Concert, Bangalore (Photo - Parmita Borah)

Jim Ankan and Antara, Alive India Concert - Parmita Borah photography
Jim Ankan, Antara Nandy and Aurko - Alive India in Concert, Bangalore, India (Photo - Parmita Borah)
 - by Parmita Borah
Eastern Fare
Eastern Fare

Eastern Fare is a music institute and a production house presently based in Guwahati with branches in Bangalore, Umiam, Umroi and other cities in India.

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