Handsonic is an Electronic Percussion Instrument from Roland. Sarvesh performs Carnatic Korvais and Indian Classical Rhythms on the Handsonic's varied range of Percussion Instruments. Sarvesh also programs his own samples of various Indian and Contemporary Percussion and performs on them not compromising on the original techniques and styles of the respective instruments. Sarvesh also play Melodic instruments like the Santoor and Hang Drum on the Handsonic which he himself has programmed.
Dovilangam is a new innovative instrument experimented by Sarvesh. The name Dovilangam is an amalgamation of Do - from Dolak, Vil - from Thavil and Angam from Mridangam.
The Dovilangam's playing technique is a unique combination derived from the techniques of the Dolak, Thavil and Mridangam, by Sarvesh.
The usage of different tools like the finger caps and stick of the Tavil and other accessories is also a new aspect of the Dovilangam.
The Dovilangam's idea and techniques were much appreciated, endorsed and blessed by great Percussion Legends and Masters like Sri. Vikku Vinayakram, Sri. Thirupungur Muthukumaraswamy, Sri. Mannargudi Vasudevan, Sri. Thiruvarur Bhakthavatsalam, Sri. Patri Satish Kumar, and a host of many great musicians
Sarvesh is a proud Sanskrit student. He has always been fascinated by the language.
Sarvesh has composed a Stotra Mala in praise of 'Bharat Ratna'
Smt. M.S.Subbulakshmi encapsulating important events of her life and her story - SUBBULAKSHMI STOTRAM.
Sarvesh also composed a Sloka Mala on Sri. Y.G.Parthasarathy - The Theatre Pithamaha, as a tribute to him on his Centenary Year - PARTHASARATHY ASHTAKAM.
Inspired by many great Ghatam Vidwans, Sarvesh tried his hands on Ghata Tharang. He has performed many Popular songs on special occasions on the Ghata Tharang like The Indian National Anthem, Sare Jahan se Achcha, Harivarasanam, Jingle Bells and Vazhiya Senthamizh.