C. Saroja and C. Lalitha are sisters, but of divine music imbibed in their hearts, although they have been Chennai for nearly 4 decades, residents call them Bombay sisters “Years ago, when both sang at navagraha puja, Mouna Swamigal of Ambattur gave that name as his blessing for their future success, in the classical music career. Brought up in Bombay with seven siblings and tutored initially by vidwan H.A.S. Mani, the sisters shifted to Madras in 1958 when Saroja got a fellowship from the Central College of Music, Madras. Lalitha got this in due course of time. Awe-inspiring principal Musiri Subramanya Iyer gave her direct coaching in his home, with Lalitha was inspired to play the sruti box. “Even Guruji's simple sangatis, with bhava, the listeners enjoyed the divine music. Bombay Sisters were born in trichur and got settled in Bombay. They have been trained by H. A. S. Mani, Musiri Subramania Iyer and T. K. Govinda Rao.