Colouful Cultural program organised at Reasi Auditorium: Folk Dance, Patriotic songs, Poetry recitation, skits on CSSs add to festivity

 

REASI: As part of ongoing Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, District Administration Reasi organised a colourful cultural programme here at Auditorium featuring folk dance and music, patriotic numbers, skits on social themes and the message regarding various government schemes.

Deputy Commissioner, Charandeep Singh was the chief Guest.

The program started with the lighting of the traditional Lamp by DC in presence of Additional District Development Commissioner Jyoti Slathia; ADC Abdul Star; CPO Sunita Kanchan; ACR Sanjay Badyal; DSWO Gulshan Kumar and all other district officers.

The cultural program took off with a patriotic song presented by girls of GGHSS and was followed by recitation of patriotic poetry on the theme “Hmme mile Azadi veer shaheedo ke balidan sei” by Tannu Devi of High School Kambaldanga.

“Aao chaliye Anganwadi” skit by ICDS workers with a slogan “Sehat Roshan Desh Roshan” and a nukkad natak highlighting sacrifices of Freedom fighters and the sense of ‘unity’ through which India got freedom, was presented by artists of Swarn Kala Sangam which was greatly enjoyed and applauded by the audience.

A Sufi gazal presented by singer Chaman Lehri and dance and patriotic songs by specially abled children of Muskan Charitable Trust, Katra and a melodious Dogri tribute paid to legendary Dogri poet and Writer, Padma Sachdev by singer Chaman Lehri also mesmerized the whole audience.

Children of Presentation Convent School presented a dance performance on patriotic songs.

The programme ended with a wonderful performance by folk artists from the far flung area of Bhoomag who performed Kud dance including dancers of 3 generations. The programme was highly applauded by the audience .

The DC appreciated all the artists especially, specially abled children and Kud artists from the far flung area of Bhoomag. He congratulated them for preserving their culture.

 

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