Malayalam music now on the web for freeAugust 6th, 2008 - 5:59 pm ICT by IANS
Thiruvananthapuram, Aug 6 (IANS) Now, Malayalam music will have its own place on the world wide web(www). In Bangalore Guruji.com Tuesday launched the first Malayalam music search engine in the country. The access is available for free at www.guruji.com/music and will offer a wide variety of Malayalam music.
Guruji.com was started by two young entrepreneurs Anurag Dod and Gaurav Mishra, both IIT graduates, in October 2006 in Bangalore. It is the first crawler based search engine developed completely in India, designed to make the search simple, claim the entrepreneurs.
“God’s own country has a rich and varied cultural heritage and the influence of music on Malayalees is tremendous. We believe this service will appeal to everyone, in India and outside,” said Anurag Dod.
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