Delaware’s Lieutenant Governor honors renowned singers from India

Lieutenant Governor of Delaware Bethany Long, left, with Parthiv Gohil, center, and Manasi Parekh Gohil October 14, 2022. Photo: courtesy organizers

Famous singers and performers Parthiv Gohil and Manasi Parekh Gohil were recently honored by the Lieutenant Governor of Delaware Bethany Hall Long on Oct. 14, 2022, for their contributions as artists.

Parthiv was honored for performing for the last 25 years and helping spread Gujarati music worldwide, a note from White Globe Staffing said.

Renowned Indian singer Parthiv Gohil being honored by Delaware Lt. Gov. Bethany Long, Oct. 14, 2022. Photo: organizers

Manasi was recognized for her work as an actor, and singer and for the impact she has on audiences.

The two artists want to work toward taking Gujarati art and cinema to as many American states as possible, the press release said.

They were in the U.S. to celebrate Diwali and post-Navaratri events organized by Be United company. Palash Gupta, who is from Delaware, oraganized the meeting of the two Indian artists with the Lieutenant Governor.


Manasi Parekh Gohil, being honored by Delaware Lt. Gov. Bethany Long, Oct. 14, 2022.Photo: courtesy organizers.

The two discussed their new film projects and how they plan to hold premiers across the U.S. and attract Gujarati and non-Gujarati audiences.

Parthiv Gohil has been a playback singer for many Bollywood movies including Devdas and Saawariya.

The two have millions of hits on their videos. The romantic song Raja Ne Raani garnered more than 4.5 million views of YouTube, and Amastu Amastu got 2.3 million YouTube views.



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