Mumbai: Singer-composer Shankar Mahadevan will pay tribute to Swami Chinmayananda at the Chinmaya Ananda Utsav, a charity concert dedicated to the late spiritual leader.
The event, which will take place between December 13-20 at Sri Shanmukhananda Chandrasekarendra Saraswathi Auditorium here, will bring together under one roof youth, corporates, industrialists, devout acharyas, members and trustees of various Chinmaya Mission Trusts, and businessman who are followers of the mission.
"Chinmaya Mission has been a very strong part of my life since childhood. I have been associated with Chinmaya Mission since primary school days where I was part of group singing and bhajans in the Bal Vihar classes,” Mahadevan told IANS.
“I am honoured to offer my tribute to Swami Chinmayananda in his birth centenary year," he added.
"The concept of the show is to spread love and peace in the city and amongst people across all age groups through a fusion of bhajans, contemporary songs and patriotic numbers. Let's come together and celebrate the spirit of India,” he added.