When you write, it's poetry; when you sing, it's a song; when you hear it's passion and when you immerse yourself into it ? it's Sufism.
Kavita's unique and mellifluous voice has been fine tuned over the years as she trained herself in Hindustani and Classical music. She has beautifully casted a niche for herself in the Sufi genre and is all set to take Sufism to newer heights. Her love and passion for Sufism has grown over the years and hit the silver screen when she recorded a solo track Mujhe Mat Roko for Mahesh Bhatt movie Gangster. Kavita's emotional voice was distinguished enough to get industry acclamation and Stardust Awards nominated her for Sensational Voice in 2006.
Kavita Seth's popular debut solo Sufi song,"Maula" in Satish Kaushik's film Vaada, also brought her industry wide acclamation. She was nominated for the Best Fresh Voice of The Year at the Sahara Sangeet Awards 2005.
Kavita's album: Sufiana was released by Times Music and has been a great assortment of Rumi's poetries sung in a fashion that captures the essence of Sufism, yet bring in the freshness of today's contemporary treatment to music.