| Devaki Pandit|
Playback Singer, Indian classical music
Suno Zara, Sacred Mantras Of India, Arghya, Krishnavali: Divine Chants of, Sare Tujhyat Ahe
Sanjeev Abhyankar, Ashit Desai, Hema Desai, Ravindra Sathe, Roop Kumar Rathod
Devaki Pandit Wikipedia
Devaki Pandit (Marathi: देवकी पंडित) (born 6 March 1965) is an Indian playback singer. She is also a trained classical singer.
Devaki Pandit was born in Maharashtra, India to Usha Pandit. She was introduced to music at the age of two, and is a third generation musician from the Pandit household. She received her initial music training from her mother Usha Pandit. She trained under Vasantrao Kulkarni for 10 years, Jitendra Abhisheki for twelve years and from Kishori Amonkar for four years. Since 2003, she has been training under Babanrao Haldankar.
Devaki Pandit gave her first stage performance at the age of nine. In 1977, at the age of twelve she recorded her first song - a balgeet (translation: a song for children) for Polydor Records.
In 1986, she recorded her first playback song for the Ardhangi which went on to win her the Maharashtra State Award for "Best Female Playback Singer".
She is well known for her several Marathi serial title songs especially Abhalmaya of Zee Marathi. Besides Marathi, she has also sung songs in Hindi.
She recently judged the multi episode vocal talent show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa on Zee Marathi and was known to the public for her accurate judgement and excellent guidance.
In Spandan (2012) she has given her voice to the songs 'Chal chaal chaal tu bala' and 'Ya Jagnyacha'. The song 'Chal chaal chaal tu bala' features more than 50 cerebral palsy kids.
Tana Riri has been composed by Devaki PanditDeepti (Legendary Legacy)
Inner Soul (Ninaad)
Raag- Lalit/ Anand Bhairav/ Pancham Hindol (Alurkar)
Raag- Shree/ Kamod/ Bahar (Alurkar)
Reverence (Times Music)
Tana Riri (Times Music)
Devaki Pandit composed Shreeramraksha Stotram, Aradhana Mahakali & Ganaadheesh. She sang the Ram Raksha Stotra in 32 different Hindustani Classical Raagas.Sadabahar Geete- Vol I & II (Fountain)
Anmol Gaani (Sa Re Ga Ma)
Dayaghana Panduranga (Fountain)
Saangu Kunaas Hee Preet (Fountain)
Saare Tuzhyaat Aahe (Fountain)
Gaanara Zaad (Fountain)
Goad Tujhe Roop (Times Music)
Shabda Swaranchy Chandnyat (Fountain)
Man Muthitun Gharangalatana (RPG)
Suno Zara (Times Music)
Kesarbai Kerkar Scholarship - the only person to receive it twice consecutively
1986 - Maharashtra State Award for "Best Female Playback Singer" (Film : Ardhangi)
2001 and 2002 - Alpha Gaurav Puraskar
2002 - Maharashtra Government Award for "Best Female Playback Singer"
2002 - Mewati Gharana Award
2006 - Aditya Birla Kala Kiran Award