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Jaipurites, are you looking for a soulful music night? One where the live music wraps around you and warms the innards of your soul? If you are, then you're in luck! One of India's leading musician and songwriter, Prateek Kuhad is coming to town and you're not going to want to miss his live show.

A musical night

It's always fun listening to music, but even more so when it’s at a live show performance by one of the greats. Kuhad's music is the stuff of legends and once you hear him perform, there's no going back- you're going to be smitten by him.

His genius spans across not just the instruments and his voice, but also comes out through his immaculately written lyrics. Always progressive and thought provoking, these are the kinds of lyrics that make you feel human and just wash away your problems in a whiff.

The best part is that his music is very accessible and makes for easy listening. If you listen carefully enough, the lyrics are moving and have the power to make you feel what it's like being in the artiste’s shoes. Since he often mixes his own life into his music, there's always snippets of him hidden under some notes.

About Prateek Kuhad

Kuhad, the master of soulful music, is nothing short of sensational. From his writing to his presentation, he's got everything chalked out. The fact that he's so imaginative and such a creative soul is winning us over.

Each of his new songs is totally new, unique and experimental. Though not on the surface, his words and music are continuously progressive. His ability to surprise makes his live shows all the more fun.

As part of his international tour, Winter Tour, he's kicking it off with a few performances in the country before leaving for Spain, Switzerland, USA, UK and Canada among several others.

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We're really big fans of Kuhad and there's no reason for us to give up a chance to see our idol live in his element. His ear catching and heartwarming performance is the stuff of legends and paying a visit will surely be an amazing experience.

Tickets are selling out like hot cakes, so be sure to book them here!

When: October 20

Where: Nirmala Auditorium, Jaipur.

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