Ilaiyaraja’s University for Music
May 12, 2011
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Music Maestro Ilaiyaraja and Telugu actor, Mohan Babu have come up with a revolutionary idea and that is to start a University for Music in Tirupati. The two of them visited the temple there, and after offering prayers and receiving blessings, they held a press meet and announced their plans.

Mohan Babu owns Srividya Niketan University and has decided to donate some empty land there for their purpose. There are colleges that teach music but a University devoted solely to music, they feel is the need of the hour, to mould students who are musically inclined. Ilaiyaraja and Mohan Babu concluded by saying that they need the support of the people to make their project a success and requested the same. We wish them the very best for their bold enterprise.

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