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Lakshya Live at Trisara Featuring Prasanna Adhikari

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All Lakshya members are from Batulechaur, Pokhara and belong to the Gandharva ethnicity group, a community synonymous with the rich folk music of Nepal. Growing up in the musical environment of Batulechaur and listening to the music of their fathers and grandfathers, the boys were provided scholarship by the Ecolier du Nepal Association of Belgium and were admitted into Galaxy Public School in Kathmandu. Here they refined their skills and learned traditional instruments under the careful watch of masters Purna Nepali, Shyam Nepali, Yogesh Gopali, and Bijay Maharjan. In time, the group entered various musical competitions and programs and were recognized for their talent and musicianship. In 2006, the group received support from Belgian Nicole Decourriere to continue their musical education at Pokhara Academy in Pokhara. Khim Bahadur Gandharva and Surya Bahadur Gandharvao provided further mentorship and training for the developing performers. Collaborations with well-known Nepali group Kutumba inspired the boys to form an official group and focus on their musical passions. After passing SLC (School Leaving Certificate), they named their partnership Lakshya, meaning target or aim in Nepali. Since childhood, this six-person band has played music together, refining their skills to preserve and share Nepali folk music through school programs, concerts, events, and collaborations with national and international artists. Mastering traditional instruments such as the Sarangi, Bansuri, Madal, skin drums, and percussions, our dedicated artists bring joy to locals and foreigners alike through improvisation and rehearsed techniques. Lakshya now plays music throughout Nepal. With ancient instruments and songs from their grandfathers, our performers provide a taste of Nepali suitable for all to enjoy.

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All Lakshya members are from Batulechaur, Pokhara and belong to the Gandharva ethnicity group, a community synonymous with the rich folk music of Nepal. Growing up in the musical environment of Batulechaur and listening to the music of their fathers and grandfathers, the boys were provided scholarship by the Ecolier du Nepal Association of Belgium and were admitted into Galaxy Public School in Kathmandu. Here they refined their skills and learned traditional instruments under the careful watch of masters Purna Nepali, Shyam Nepali, Yogesh Gopali, and Bijay Maharjan. In time, the group entered various musical competitions and programs and were recognized for their talent and musicianship. In 2006, the group received support from Belgian Nicole Decourriere to continue their musical education at Pokhara Academy in Pokhara. Khim Bahadur Gandharva and Surya Bahadur Gandharvao provided further mentorship and training for the developing performers. Collaborations with well-known Nepali group Kutumba inspired the boys to form an official group and focus on their musical passions. After passing SLC (School Leaving Certificate), they named their partnership Lakshya, meaning target or aim in Nepali. Since childhood, this six-person band has played music together, refining their skills to preserve and share Nepali folk music through school programs, concerts, events, and collaborations with national and international artists. Mastering traditional instruments such as the Sarangi, Bansuri, Madal, skin drums, and percussions, our dedicated artists bring joy to locals and foreigners alike through improvisation and rehearsed techniques. Lakshya now plays music throughout Nepal. With ancient instruments and songs from their grandfathers, our performers provide a taste of Nepali suitable for all to enjoy.

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