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Shemaroo Entertainment enters pre-loaded audio speaker market

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MUMBAI: Shemaroo Entertainment Limited, India’s leading content powerhouse, today announced its entry into the speaker business by launching two pre-loaded content speakers which offers devotional content. “Shemaroo Bhakti Shrimad Bhagavad Gita” and “Shemaroo Bhakti Bhajan Vani” have been launched to cater to the spiritual needs and longings of the consumers.

Shemaroo has been the one biggest aggregator and creator of devotional content and is already a popular choice for the audiences seeking quality devotional content. The two new speakers are easy to use and offer a varied range of curated content to fulfil the devotional needs of consumers.  Shemaroo’s pre-loaded speakers are a perfect gift for various occasions and for all age groups.

Shemaroo Bhakti Shrimad Bhagavad Gita

The Shemaroo Bhakti Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, audiobook replicates the sacred scripture of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita. It comes pre-loaded with all the 18 chapters and 700 verses with the option to choose from three languages - Hindi, Sanskrit, and English. Shrimad Bhagavad Gita comes with an inbuilt life lessons on Love, Happiness, Leadership and many more that it offers. This feature is sure to bring the listeners closer to their inner self and make them calmer and more composed for a better work-life balance. Legendary artists like Suresh Wadkar, Roop Kumar Rathod & Sanj V have lent their serene voices for the verses. The device also comes along with 100 Lord Krishna bhajans in addition to the Bhagavad Geeta content. This speaker comes with a Bluetooth connectivity with an easy to use and full on functionality remote control device that gives access to an array of offerings. The device has a long battery life that runs up to 10 hours of backup, and offers superior sound powered by 6 watts speakers. This speaker can be availed at a price of Rs.4449/-.

Shemaroo Bhakti Bhajan Vaani

The Shemaroo Bhakti Bhajan Vaani is an aesthetically appealing speaker that is high on functionality and offers a specially curated collection of over 1000 Bhajans, Jaaps, Aartis, Mantras and Stotras. The content list has a varied collection of songs sung by popular devotional singers like Anup Jalota, Suresh Wadkar, Narendra Chanchal, Anuradha Paudwal etc. The product also offers a varied set of options of Daily Deity list to choose from, depending upon the dedicated day to deities like Sai Baba, Lord Vishnu, Devi Maa, Lord Hanuman, Lord Ram, Lord Krishna, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva. It also comes with an easy to use remote with search and play option. Bhajan Vani has a long battery life of 8 hours and comes with an 8 watt battery support available at a price of Rs. 3999/-.

Commenting on the launch of new devices, Mr. Hiren Gada, CEO, Shemaroo Entertainment Limited, said, “Shemaroo started as a book circulating library 5 decades ago and kept reinventing with time by venturing into home video distribution and digital distribution to offer extraordinary experience to consumers. We are excited to venture into the speaker market that will mark the beginning of a new era. With this new addition in our business portfolio, we are sure to make these speakers a perfect gifting option for all our consumers. We have invested in curating engaging content and are confident that consumers will make this a part of their daily lives.”

Both the products are currently available on e-commerce portals like Amazon, Flipkart, Tata Cliq & Paytm Mall. Soon, the products will be available across –leading retail outlets and leading retail chains such as Archie’s & Crossword for the consumers to get a first-hand experience.

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