Jammu – Bhartiya Kala Sangam (BKS) today organised a Sangeet Sabha at K.L. Sehgal Hall Jammu to mark Gandhi Jayanti .The artists presented Bhajans and folk music and enthralled the audience with their melodious voice. The audience were spell bound by the performance of Depali Wattal, Tilk Raj Tagotra, Dr. Usha Kher, Shashi Thakur and Aastha Raina.
S. J.P. Singh DIG, Jammu- Kathua range was the chief guest on the occasion, while Joint Director of Information, Jammu, . Soujanya Sharma, Sr. Vice president Chamber of commerce, . Sham Langer and Manmohan Wahi, Managing Director Hotel Jewal Jammu were the guests of honour.
Earlier Shri Sohil Kazmi Chief Pattern of the club welcomed the guests and highlighted the achievements of the club for the promotion of art & culture in the state.
Speaking on the occasion, Joint Director of Information, Jammu, . Soujanya Sharma appreciated the efforts of the club for organising such a scintillating function on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti and said that it was a befitting tribute to the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and Late Prime Minister Shri lal Bhadur Shastri.
The Chief Guest, S. J.P. Singh, while speaking on the occasion, congratulated the club for holding such a wonderful Sangeet Sabha. He highlighted the role of Mahatma Gandhi during the freedom struggle and recalled the sacrifices of all the great leaders during the British rule.
Shri T.R. Sharma, former Special Secretary Academy of Art Culture and Languages and Chairman of the club, thanked the artists for wonderful performance and urged the audience to come forward to join the club especially those who are interested to participate in such activities.
Among others Additional Secretary Cultural Academy, Ms. Savita Bakshi, Editors of various Newspapers, media persons and members of civil society were present on the occasion.
Shri Romesh Singh Chib, Director Bhartiya Kala Sangam, Jammu presented vote of thanks. The function was anchored by Ms. Rajni Sharma.
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