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Bhartiya Kala Sangam organises cultural extravaganza
9/27/2023 11:47:44 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 27: Bhartiya Kala Sangam, a renowned cultural organization, lit up Raipur Satwari with a captivating music and dance program that left the audience spellbound for nearly two hours. The event, which drew talented artists from various corners of Jammu, was graced by the presence of Vaishno Rani, President of Bhartiya Kala Sangam, along with other dignitaries and avid music enthusiasts.
Addressing the gathered audience, Romesh Singh Chib, Director of Bhartiya Kala Sangam, extended his heartfelt thanks to the community for their unwavering support in organizing a spectacular show that held the audience in rapt attention. Speaking about the organization's mission, he shared that Bhartiya Kala Sangam has been actively involved in promoting cultural activities since its inception in 1980. Over the years, they have hosted numerous events in music, dance, and literary arts, while also honoring prominent figures from Jammu and Kashmir.
Chib reaffirmed the organization's commitment to providing a platform for all those interested in the arts, with a special focus on nurturing young and budding artists from remote areas, allowing them to showcase their talents on a larger stage.
In addition to the diverse range of artists who graced the stage, Rita Rani and her troupe captivated the audience with their stellar performances.
The evening concluded with a heartfelt vote of thanks delivered by T. R. Tagotra, followed by a light tea and refreshments, fostering a sense of community and camaraderie among all attendees.
Bhartiya Kala Sangam's dedication to preserving and celebrating India's rich cultural heritage through events like these continues to bring joy and unity to the people of Jammu.
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