Saregama Carvaan Mini Bhakti portable speaker preloaded with 300 devotional tracks launched

“It is priced at Rs 2,490 and will be available for purchase through the Saregama website and various offline retail outlets.”

Saregama has launched a new portable Bluetooth music player in India called Saregama Carvaan Mini Bhakti for Rs 2,490. The digital music player doesn’t need any internet connectivity or mobile connection to work and comes pre-installed with 300 devotional songs, which users can play anytime. The pre-loaded repertoire of 300 songs including bhajans, aartis, mantras and more are categorised by deities like Shiv, Ganesh, Krishna, Sai, Devi and Ram, Hanuman. It is available for purchase through Saregama website and various offline retail outlets. Apart from the preloaded content, Saregama Carvaan Mini Bhakti is also a capable Bluetooth speaker (which I pointed out earlier) and can connect to any mobile or device with Bluetooth support. It even works over USB and Aux.


The device comes with support for FM/AM radio, a 3.5 mm audio jack for connecting external speakers/ headphones and an Aux-in port. The small Saregama Carvaan Mini Bhakti weighs just 250 grams and comes with a battery backup of up to four hours on full charge. Plus Saregama will be offering six months warranty on every purchase of the digital music player. Commenting on the launch, Vikram Mehra, Managing Director, Saregama India said, “Carvaan is an undoubted success in India and expanding across the globe now. New variants of the product is launched based on our customer feedbacks and demands. We are proud to have constantly been able address the need between the demand and supply. With launch of a new variant – Carvaan Mini Bhakti, we hope the experience of listing to devotional songs is enhanced and made easier.”

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