Mugdha Vaishampayan (born April 5, 2000) was one of the finalists in the Marathi championship of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Marathi L'il Champs, which aired on Zee Marathi television between July 2008 and February 2009. She was referred to as "Little Monitor". In 2009 & 2010 Mugdha appeared in many stage shows and public events, and her career currently extends to music albums, playback for movies and TV serials, media commercials, reality show anchoring, promotional campaigns for leading Newspapers, and performing in her solo singing programs.
Mugdha was born in Alibag, the daughter of Bhagwan and Bhagyashree Vaishampayan. Mugdha's ability to sing was identified by her father when she was 2 years old, and she received formal training in fundamental music from Sunil Mhatre, Sheetal Kunte, Anuradha Velankar and Bhagwan Vaishampayan. After her run in Idea Sa Re Ga Ma Little Champs, her name became familiar to the residents of Maharashtra. The people of Konkan call her "रायगड कन्या" (Daughter of Raigad). Career Television anchor Mugdha was one of the anchor for Season 2 telecast of Music reality show Idea Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs on Zee Marathi. This schedule was telecasted during August-2010 to January 2011. Idea Sa Re Ga Ma Little Champs In 2008, Mugdha first auditioned for Idea Sa Re Ga Ma Little Champs, a competitive music reality show produced Zee Marathi television channel. She became one of 50 finalists chosen from among several thousand age 8 to 14 children from Maharashtra, and ended as one of the top 5 finalists overall. On the show she was known as "The Little Monitor".