“A rich and mellifluous voice, an excellent command over musical diction and a deft management of rhythmic structures are the hallmarks of her performances. She is also noted for the devotional and emotional fervor, ever present in her music. She is also one of the few musicians in India who are adept at singing both the Hindustani and Carnatic styles of Indian classical music.”
- Sangeet Marthand, Padma Vibhushan, Pandit Jasraj

  • Concerts in local TV channels in Kolkatta
  • All-India Radio & Television, Chennai
  • Voice-over in Unishe April, national award-winning Bengali movie, directed by Rituporno Ghosh
  • Has performed in fusion percussion ensembles, at The American Center, Kolkata, under the direction of Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri
  • Lent her voice in Marigold, first crossover movie
  • Dance music - Lalita has experience in composing music and giving vocal support to famous Odissi, Kathak and Bharatanatyam dancers in India. She had collaborated with Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra, the late Odissi maestro, in the composition of his famous musical ballet, Abhignana Shakuntalam and others, like Baansi, Navarasa-Nayika, Aanya Aami etc. She regularly records dance music for all top classical dance companies in India.
  • Teaching - Lalita founded the Pt. Jasraj School of Music Foundation in Tampa, Atlanta and in Los Angeles. She has conducted various workshops and lec-dems on parallel and differentiating aspects of both classical styles of Indian music, in India and abroad.
  • She is fluent in many languages and sings in Tamil, Sanskrit, Malayalam, Telugu, Avadhi, Hindi, Marathi and Bengali.
  • She was felicitated by the University of Shankaracharya, Kerala in 2000 and has won several awards.