TM Krishna, popularly known as TMK, is a well known Carnatic music vocalist. A speaker and writer on cultural issues, the artist hit headlines yesterday after Airports Authority of India (AAI) postponed an event in the national capital where he was to perform. His concert was part of a two-day \u201cDance and Music in the Park\u201d festival in Chanakyapuri. The event is being organised jointly by the (AAI) and SPIC-MACAY. The AAI had announced the concert on its Twitter handle on November 5 and also shared details on performers days after. After he retweeted AAI\u2019s invitation, a hashtag #DisinviteTMKrishna began doing rounds on Twitter and accused AAI of using public funds to provide a platform to Krishna who sings about \u201cJesus and Allah\u201d, is \u201canti-India\u201d and an \u201cUrban Naxal\u201d. Few tweets were also tagged to Union minister Piyush Goyal and Minister of Civil Aviation Suresh Prabhu. While the AAI is yet to issue an official statement on the development, Krishna was trolled after he shared an invitation that the AAI had put out on Twitter.\u00a0However, Krishna remained unfazed by the development, and said he was ready to perform anywhere in the national capital. \u201cGive me a stage anywhere in Delhi on November 17, I will come and sing. We just can\u2019t let ourselves be cowed down by this kind of threats,\u201d he was quoted as saying by Indian Express. Born and brought up in Chennai, Krishna attended The School, KFI and did his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Vivekananda College, affiliated to the Madras University. Krishna started performing at the age of six and was trained under Vidvan Seetharama Sarma, Chingleput Ranganathan and Padma awardee Semmangudi Srinivasier. Krishna also wrote three books namely, \u2018Voices Within: Carnatic Music \u2014 Passing on an Inheritance\u2018 (2007), \u2018A Southern Music \u2014 The Karnatik Story\u2018 (2013) and more recently \u2018Reshaping Art\u2018 (2018). Apart He also writes extensively in media. Read also:\u00a0TM Krishna gets Magsaysay Award for breaking social barriers with music Krishna was honoured with the Ramon Magsaysay Award in 2016. Apart from this, he was also awarded the Tata Literature Award for Best First Book in the non-fiction category in 2014, the Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration Award in 2017 also the Professor V Aravindakshan Memorial Award in 2017. Watch video here \ufeff Earlier this year, a Maryland temple had cancelled his concert after he was accused by Hindutva activists of singing Christian hymns.