There is no doubt in the fact that Shankar Mahadevan is a celebrated singer-composer throughout the world. He is an ace musician who has created melodious tunes for both; English and Hindi songs.
Where schools are taking references from his Western music for teaching students, Mahadevan says that the schools must focus more on Indian music. During a recent conversation with the media, 51-year-old Indian singer-composer revealed that he has taken 'Inspire India' project for ensuring music-learning to economically weak students.
"Why English music is being taught in some schools? The government should make arrangements to promote Indian classical music among students," Shankar said.
"I am working with many schools and at present, I have taken up the 'Inspire India' project to make music accessible to poor students through the 'Shankar Mahadevan Academy' free of cost," Dilbaro hit-maker added.
The music director was in Shirdi town of Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra along with his family members to offer prayers at the famous Sai Baba temple. Further, he revealed that his academy has been promoting Indian music in 76 countries across the world.
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