Chief Minister Mr Narendra Modi on Friday while releasing the ‘Halarada Music Album’, composed by Ms Lalitya Munsha, has noted that the Halarada is more about instilling moral values than taking it as a kind of music. In the world of sound it is a tiny bubble in the silence of infinite, he asserted that its significance ought to be preserved.
Ms Lalitya Munsha, who is a distinguished singer from Mumbai and has composed around 11 music-albums, congratulated Mr Modi for worshipping the Matru-Shakti.
Even in sleep, the brains of infant process sound and responds to the phrases embedded with the nectar –it instills values- Mr Modi added that it is obvious that the ability to appreciate and react to music is a deeply entrenched human quality. Even during the pregnancy period the fetus acquires the knowledge and moral values. Considering the I.Q of toddlers, in the age-group of 0 to 3 years, the society must reckon the importance of Halarada.
In the 21st Century, the world celebrates mother-tongue day and Gujarat is celebrating golden jubilee of its formation. Mr Modi lauded the efforts of Late Zaverchand Meghani for composing Shivajinu Halardu. He called upon the poets to compose special songs for girls, which pervade the body and soul.
Earlier, Pujya Rameshbhai Oza gave compliments to Ms Lalitya Munsha for developing a better voice culture - coming up with the unique creation. During his address, M.P Mr Parimal Nathwani expressed happiness. Prolific writers, poets, renowned musicians were present.