India is renowned all round the world for ancient musical instruments and its well-learned artists. The southern part of the country has been the birthplace of several such well-famed personalities right from the ancient times. Located on the first floor of Tanjore Palace in Tamil Nadu, Sageetha Mahal is one of the best places for Sangeetha (music) lovers. Also, popular as the ‘Hall of Music’, the place was built in 1600’s during the rule of Nayak King Sevappa Nayak.
Sangeetha Mahal is one of the prime highlights of Tamil Nadu, which attract people from all parts of the globe. The Hall of music is constructed in such a way to avoid echoing of sound waves. It maintains a perfect balance between absorption and deflection of sound. Furthermore, Sangeeetha Mahal exhibits some of the artifacts of ancient Tanjore, but in early times the place was used as a performance site where talented dancers and musicians used to showcase their talent. Here you can gain knowledge on some of the ancient artists and their unique talents.
Therefore, plan your visit to Sangeetha Mahal and get fascinated by the great musicians’ of past times.