"The rendering was so touching that many among the audience had tears in their
eyes!," said one of the connoisseurs. And it was a blind musician that did that.
Mohana Krishna's devotion is so heart-felt and his rendition so mellifluous, they
bring out the emotional being and the devotee in just about everyone in the audience.
The devotees of Sai Baba have organized a committee to promote devotional music and stage recitals of upcoming artists at the Sai Baba Temple at Nallakunta every week, on Thursdays. And the well-known musician staged his vocal concert in the temple, which, in its brief given time, took the visitors into realms of devotion and emotions.
"Pancha Bhootatmaka" in Hindola developed a mood that represented the five elements of Nature - a gift of life from God - and that actually are the form of the omnipresent One. The mode of rendering was indeed alleviating and airy. "Sai Nenamam Mrutame", yet another in Darbari Kanada, elaborated the very essence of the soothing word 'Sai'. The poignant recital culminated with an elaborate "Neenamame Yanto Ruchi" in Sudha Dhanyasi as an extension. It was supported by harmonist Srinivas Yadav and by percussionist Sai.