Singer Maithili Thakur gave a majestic performance at London’s Bhaktivedanta Temple

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Singer Maithili Thakur is making her name overseas. The singer who is popular for her devotional songs like Holi Re Rasiya, Bihar Me Ka Ba Bihar Me E Ba, Shankar teri jata se, and Namami Shamishaan Nirvaan Rupam gave a majestic performance at London’s Bhaktivedanta Temple. The event on Sunday also marked her first visit to the United Kingdom and first ever concert overseas. The temple which was filled with an ample of devotees and music enthusiasts seems to be incredibly enjoying her performance. All of the audience seems to be deeply moved by the spiritual ambience created by her singing. Moreover, the event was also attended by UK Oliver Dowden, the Deputy Prime Minister. Let’s check out Maithili’s reaction to her achievement.

Maithili Thakur said this is a different experience for her as an artist

Talking about her experience, she believes it’s indeed a different one as an artist, adding that she is eagerly waiting for her next endeavour in the beautiful country.

The event has undoubtedly been a special one since the attendance of UK Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden was in attendance making the cultural bridge being built through such events and recognizing Indian cultural contributions in the UK.

Moreover, the businessman and the founder and chairman of Vedanta Resources Limited Anil Agarwal, known professionally as the ‘Metal King, also made his presence at the event.

Speaking to ANI the singer shared her experience of performing in London during her first visit to the UK. Maithili also shared her gratitude to the audience, and said appreciated their “so much energy.”

Thakur said, “I am feeling very good and it is very exciting to be here for the first time. Everything is different here. I have received a lot of love in India and here as well. It is a big thing for me that I have performed here. It was a different thing for me as an artist. I liked it a lot. I liked everything here. People listen with so much energy. The audience is so good.”

She later continues, “It was fun. I feel that I will always come here. I will definitely come to London once or twice a year. I am looking forward to it. My next trip or next program here in London,”.

The Bihar born  singer is notable for  songs in multiple regional languages including Hindi, Bhojpuri, and Maithili.

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