Haris Alexiou photographed hugging two women in India: "Getting lost in time among other cultures!"

Haris Alexiou

Haris Alexiou frequently posts content on her social media that concerns both her professional life and her daily life.

The singer, who loves to travel, does not miss the opportunity to visit different regions abroad when her professional obligations allow her. She often shares snapshots of her trips around Greece but also abroad with her social media followers, which she did on Friday afternoon.

Through her Instagram profile, Haris Alexiou posted a photo of herself in India. Wearing sunglasses and an orange scarf, the singer hugs two Indian women and smiles.

She did not, however, make it clear whether she is currently in India or whether it is a trip she took in the past.

However, in the caption of the publication he wrote: "India, getting lost in time among other cultures!"

The snapshot received hundreds of likes from the very first minutes of its publication.

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Haris Alexiou, born in Thebes on 27 December 1950 as Hariklia Roupaka, is considered one of the most popular singers in Greece as eight of her personal albums released between 1977 and 2003 have surpassed 1.5 million sales, the only Greek female singer to do so.

She has worked with important Greek songwriters and composers, has performed at top musical theatres all over the world, and has received several awards.

She has recorded over thirty albums and has been featured on albums of other musicians.

On 14 March 2010 Alpha TV ranked Alexiou as the first top-certified female artist in Greece in the phonographic era (since 1960), Chart Show: Your Countdown and the Number 3 overall ranking with regards to the sale of the personal albums certified Gold or Platinum in Greek discography since 1970, behind the male singers George Dalaras and Yiannis Parios.

Eight of her personal albums released between 1977 and 2003 have surpassed 1.5 million sales, the only Greek female singer to do so.

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