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Rising Stars 2021-Brochure

Devanshi Pandya
Devanshi Pandya is a freshman in high school.  Born into a musical family, Devanshi showed keen interest in music at a very early age.. Initially Devanshi received hindustani classical vocal talim from guru Swagata Chakraborty and for past five years she has been under guidance of Shri Samarth Nagarkar based in New Jersey.   She is also a student of kathak dance form and has given several performances.   
Navaneeth Unnikrishnan
Navaneeth Unnikrishnan is 17 years old and is currently a senior at Hamilton High School, Chandler, Arizona. He has been learning Hindustani Classical music during the last 13 years and his gurus are Pandit Ramesh Narayan (One of the senior disciples of Bade Guruji Padmabhushan Pandit Jasraj) and Dr. Vijayshree Sharma. Recently he started learning carnatic music as well and his guru is Dr. K Krishna Kumar (one of the senior disciples of Padmabhushan Shri. Bala Muralee Kirshna). Navaneeth has a social media presence about music with more than 11000 followers and many of his videos have more than 200K thousand views. Navaneeth was also featured in Indian express about the musical narration he has done about Devarajan master songs, one of the best music composers India has ever seen. Several TV channels have featured Navaneeth about his musical talent and have received multiple awards.  Apart from music, he has won multiple national prizes in Academic Decathlon, Speech and Debate, Economic Challenge.
Samyukta Ranganathan
Samyukta Ranganathan is an awarding-winning singer of Carnatic music. She began her training at age 8 and had begun singing in the South Indian music circuit by age 13. Just a few years later she was invited to perform solo concerts at a number of historic venues across the region. Since then, her experience as a classical Indian singer has been bolstered by an active teaching and performance career that included several cities in South Africa and the United States. 
A few years ago Samyukta began her Hindustani training under Pandit Shri Sanjoy Banerjee and has begun a performance career as of last year.