Mahima 2016- Entertainment for a Noble Cause

It is that time of the year! An annual event that is eagerly awaited by thousands in the valley is back. Maha Ganapati Temple of Arizona is gearing up to present Mahima 2016 with Karthik Music Experience (KME). This concert will feature a multi lingual performance by renowned playback singers Karthik, Saindhavi, and Sumangali on May 22nd at the Ikeda Theater at the Mesa Arts Center.

Mahima series of concerts have featured artistes from Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood, Mollywood, and more in the last decade. The concerts have ranged from a soulful presentation to foot tapping numbers that have had the audience dancing in their seats. This year’s concert is sure to be one that gets the audience cheering and joining along.

The featured singer Karthik is an iconic and versatile Indian playback singer. Karthik has a voice combination that can be electrifying and gently calming. A multi talented young singer from Chennai, he has recorded for almost all the various top music directors and albums.

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