Composed more than 4000 songs and background music for more than 800 Indian films.
First Asian to compose Symphony (Symphony No. 1) with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) of London.
Composed and conceived experimental albums like: "How To Name It?", "Nothing But Wind".
Composed musical score for the television docu-feature film ‘India 24 hours’, which was a tremendous success, and was appreciated by Director Mr. Micheal Tobiaz and the viewers around the world.
Composed musical score for the ‘Miss World 1996 Pageantry’, which was a great success, and acclaimed by the music experts and critics as a class of its own.
Conferred the Cultural Doctorate in Philosophy of Music, in April, 1994, by the World University Round Table, Arizona, USA.
Award of Appreciation presented in the year 1994, by the Foundation and Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America.
Bestowed with the honorary citizenship and presented with the key to the Teanech Township, by Mr. John Abraham, Mayor of Township of Teanech, New Jersey, USA., in June, 1994.
A fascinating blend of Eastern and Western styles. The music is instantly appealing — rhythmically, harmonically, formally. The use of traditional Indian instruments in a modern musical context makes for a rich palette of tone colors and creates a wide range of expressive possibilities. — Mark Laycock, Director of Orchestral Activities, Iowa State University, Iowa, United States of America.
Raja has that unique gift to please common man and carnatic experts alike — Semangudi Srinivasa Ayyar (Doyen of South Indian Classical Music) *
He is unbelievable, genius and fantastic — Lary Bain (England Based Composer) *
I was bewildered after listening to his ‘nothing but wind’ and ‘how to name it’. He belongs to the 21st century and perhaps beyond — Maestro Zubin Mehta, Music Director, Israel Philharmonic *