iMusti.com: Bay of Marathi Music
iMusti.com is expanding its regional music collection for the Marathi audience.
The web portal aims to create the largest collection of regional music from India apart from Bollywood pop, classical, ghazals, meditation and religious discourses.
Its current regional collection includes Bengali, Carnatic, Gujarati and Marathi music. iMasti.com is a new portal for digital Indian music where music lovers can stream and purchase licensed music from various genres.
President and CEO of iMasti.com, Mr.S.Khandwala pointed out that the Indian music content library is undoubtedly, the largest produced by mankind ever. He also mentioned that it is the goal of iMasti.com to find the music from 20 official Indian languages and involve them in iMasti.com’s list. It is more like a strategy to preserve the regional music, so that it can be recognized by current and future generations for years.
There are currently up to a dozen pages of Marathi music on iMusti.com. Over 1000 tracks from devotional to popular artists are a part of it, such as Avdhoot Gupte, Ravindra Sathe, Shreya Ghoshal, Suresh Wadkar, Swapnil Bandodkar and Vasihali Samant. The Marathi content library is expanding and will soon include 100 new albums.
Modern songs from aforementioned singing stars are major attraction of current Marathi collection along with Ganesh Shlokas, Bhajans and Aarti. The devotional collection also has a lot to offer to the Marathi audience, like Golden Treasury of Sholkas, with English translation.
iMusti Inc. founded in 2007, is an online digital music library that has offices in Fremont- California, and Madurai- India. Since its inception, the company is grabbing number of awards and honors for its contribution in music industry.
iMusti.com was born out of a conviction that a society’s greatest asset is its culture. It is the centerpiece of both tradition and innovation and thus should be celebrated in its many forms.
Specifically, India has one of the most fascinating histories out of all the known ancient civilizations. While science and folklore differ on specific numbers, it is well established that Indian culture has been brewing for tens of thousands of years. During this time, over 5 major religions have cited India as their origin and over 30 languages with 2000 dialects have been formed in this region.
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