By Hindustan Times
He had all the options in the world to gift to the Queen of England and the Duke of Edinburgh, but he chose a lungi. “I will take her one of my signature lungis, something she can remember our performance by,” says folk fusion singer Raghu Dixit, 37, who is the only Indian
invited to perform at the Queen of England’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant in Windsor Castle in Berkshire on May 13.
“It’s a great honour to be invited to perform for the Queen, and anytime I am told that I am representing India and the only Indian in the list, it feels a little overwhelming ... I will give my 100%,” says Dixit.
The Mysore-based singer will perform his popular number Mysore Se Aayi with over 550 horses, dancers from the noted Nritarutya school and performers from across the world to celebrate 60 years of the reign of the Queen.