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Radio Mirchi hums a refreshing morning raaga for Bangaloreans with ‘Munjaney Raaga’

28-February-2008
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Radio Mirchi hums a refreshing morning raaga for Bangaloreans with ‘Munjaney Raaga’

Radio Mirchi has a soothing and therapeutic offering for the early riser. ‘Munjaney Raaga’, its new show which is aired between 5 am and 7 am every day of the week, aims to give Bangaloreans a much needed breather from a hectic life. The show airs devotional and karmic music to give that positive start to the day.

Commenting on the new programme initiative, Rahul Balyan, Cluster Head-Karnataka & Kerala, Radio Mirchi, said, “We at Radio Mirchi believe in providing content that is relevant to our listeners at the right time of their day, their lives and their situations. In the present times, with stress becoming an integral part of our daily lives, ‘Munjaney Raaga’ would be the anti-stressing agent for our workaholic Bangaloreans.”

‘Munjaney Raaga’ seeks to provide a unique listener experience with discourses from Sri Sri Ravishankar on eliminating stress, freeing the mind from daily issues and offering inputs on how to maintain a work-life balance.

Radio Mirchi in its continuous effort to engage with its listeners takes a step further, to make this morning hour experiential and offers its listeners an opportunity to not only visit but also stay at the Art of living (AOL) campus and participate in the weekend AOL sessions personally.

One can also catch RJ Varsha sharing pleasant and inspirational experiences with the listeners. She will also interact with her listeners and give tips on how to kickstart their day the Mirchi way. People from different walks of life will time to time co-host with her to share inspirational anecdotes from their lives.

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