12-year-old Ahilan to join Tarun Bhattacharya in his upcoming concert

NITN | @notintownlive | 10 Oct 2018

12-year-old Ahilan to join Tarun Bhattacharya in his upcoming concert

New Delhi, Oct 9 (NITN): Maestro Tarun Bhattacharya's forthcoming concert at Los Angeles Church of Scintology Hollywood features 12-year-old Ahilan Hatti.

Born and brought up in the USA , he has been Pdt Tarun Bhattacharya's long time disciple since the age of 5 years and shall take stage with his master at Los Angeles on Nov 2.

Tarun Bhattacharya is on a 18-city tour of USA for  “Support a Child Mission “ across the length and breadth of United States of America.

Ahilan has also learnt instruments from Paul Livingstone and Rupesh Kotecha.

He has been a child prodigy and Pandit Tarun Bhattacharya feels he has a great musical future.

The entire fund raising initiatives are in aid of 148 orphanages across India and recently the Santoor maestro Tarun Bhattacharya visited one of the orphanages situated in Howrah along with Guru Sanchita Bhattacharya,who is also part of the tour, and felt touched by the children and expressed his deep desire to to do his bit for these children.

He believes  "India First" as his motto in life and he strongly feels that music is the path for him to return to the future of India all that he has earned over the decades. The orphanage takes care of over 80,000 orphans across India.

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