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Story of Life

Both of Majmudar’s parents are singers, and she started her vocal training in Hindustani classical music from Smt. Monika Shah at the age of three;. She took voice lessons from Shree Purushottam Upadhyayaji and Shree Aniket Khandekarji. She took part in Zee Saregamapa at the age of seven. Before entering the Chhote Ustaad competition, she was recognized for her talent by the Gujarati music industry. Majmudar delivered her first solo concert at Nagpur at the age of 11, and has performed several solo concerts across India and abroad, including eastern African Countries, the United States, and Europe. She was selected for Indian Idol 5, but was eliminated by the judges.

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Aishwarya Majmudaar is a singer from Ahmedabad, India. She gained popularity after winning the 2007-2008 musical reality show Amul STAR Voice of India at the age of 15. She was highly praised for her performances by the judges throughout the show, and obtained the “Chhote Ustaad” award from Amitabh Bachchan after a competition with Anwesha Datta Gupta. Aishwarya received the highest votes throughout the show. She also took part in Music Ka Maha Muqabala in Himesh Reshamiya’s “Himesh’s Warriors” team. She has sung many Gujarati songs and recently recorded Bollywood songs for four Hindi movies. She was also seen in Antakshari – The Great Challenge


Majmudar has also anchored several shows including Nach Baliye 4 for two weeks, Mummy ke super stars for Star TV, the special Hum Young Hindustani on NDTV-Imagine, Little Star Awards-2008, and Harmony Silver Awards 2008.


Majmudar won the “Chhote Ustaad”, awarded by Amitabh Bachchan on 5 April 2008 in the Amul Star Voice of India contest. She was also awarded with the “Shahu Modak Award” in 2006, “Power-100” in 2008 and “Sangeet Ratna” in 2009. She was felicitated at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Gujarat for her achievements on “International Girl Child Day” in 2009. She was also commended by the Federal of Indian Association in 2008. Majmudar was invited by New York’s Indian community to sing the American national anthem, followed by the Indian national anthem for the India Day Parade on August 19, 2009.Outstanding young talent in Kannada kadri awards 2011 mangalore.