KBV Productions Organised “Jannat E Kashmir” A Cultural Event At Tagore Hall

SRINAGAR — To celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Jammu and Kashmir, a unique musical event was organized at the Tagore Hall in Srinagar where Kashmiri artists lent voice to the poetry written by Kashmiri schol­ars.

The event titled ‘Jannat-e-Kashmir’ was organized by the Kashmir Business View (KBV) productions at Tagore hall in Srinagar on Wednes­day.

“This program is an at­tempt of cultural renaissance by the state government to educate new generation about our rich and glorious past,” reads statement issued by KBV.

Members of KBV productions said that past Kashmiri poet community has made immense contribu­tion towards the social, politi­cal and cultural capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, “It is to honour and celebrate their contributions that we have gathered here and we hope our younger generation will carry forward their rich legacy and message of plural­ism,” he said.

Kashmiri cul­turtral dance ‘Rouf’ was also presented by Sheen cultural group on the occasion, singer Manzoor shah also presented his Kashmiri folk songs on this occasion and many other items like Kashmiri comedy, Kashmiri songs etc.

The Chief Guest of event is the owner of ‘Cash n Carry’ Store Mr. Kamil Waida and GM of HK Cements Mr. Ashraf Baba. They also launched the first online store app of Kashmir which is “Cash n Carry”. The event was attended by Vice presi­dent J&K cultural academy Zafar Iqbal manhas, other officers of cultural Acadmy, state government and hundreds of students and art­ists from different parts of Kashmir Valley.

The pro­gram started with renowned singer Manzoor shah’s lend­ing voice.




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