Meet Megha Bhardwaj, a rising musical artist

Music has the power to heal body and mind. If you want to experience the potential of music as therapy, then definitely listen to the beautiful voice of Megha Bhardwaj. She is the youngest singer in the country who is rapidly climbing the ladder of success giving melodies worth remembering and hearing again and again. If you want to give your sobbing friend a melodious treat, send them the link of Megha Bhardwaj’s cover “Raatan Lambiyaan”.

Megha combined her classical voice with contemporary music to give her fans and listeners a soothing effect on the ears after a busy day. After all, who doesn’t like to listen to the music of a singer who has made sure to take her musical notes around the world while keeping her fundamental roots intact?

After winning the Golden Voice of Rajasthan honor in 2006, this Jaipur based singer moved to Mumbai to make her mark in the Bollywood industry. Megha Bhardwaj started singing Hindi songs at the initial stage but her amazing voice got her singing assignments in different categories like devotional music, cover songs etc. She wasn’t afraid to share the stage with established singers like Anup Jalota. and Oudit Narayan. It proves that the young singer is quite confident in her abilities and is aiming high to leave a big mark in the music industry.

Her marvelous voice and versatility in music won her the recognition of Jaipur Shiromani Award from the hands of Mr. Ashok Lahoti recently at an event held in Mumbai. Megha’s official YouTube channel in which she uploads her latest songs is gaining internet like everything. His latest cover of the 2022 hit film Gangubai Kathiawadi’s Meri Jaan has been loved by music lovers across the country.

Megha is not just limited to Bollywood or spiritual music. She also enjoys exploring song genres such as RnB, Neo-soul, pop, EDM, and jazz, among others. Over a career spanning over a decade, Megha has also worked with many renowned music directors and brands. She has also lent her remarkable voice to jingles, commercials and voice-overs.