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JAMMU: In the memory of late Dr. J.R Sharma founder of Saraswati Sangeet Kala Mandir established in 1949, now running on the guideline of Ravi Sharma a noted Santoor Player and Music Composer, oragnised a programme to mark Independence Day celebrations at Abhinav Theatre here on Saturday.
Balwant Thakur Regional Director ICCR Jammu was the Chief Guest on the occasion while Dr Arvinder Singh Amn Additional Secretary, J and K Academy of Art culture and Languages was the Guests of Honour.
The programme started with the tune of Vande Matram presented by Rohit Sharma on Santoor, Sohan Raghuvanshi on Sexophone, Anisn Matoo on Keytar, Karan Mahlotra on Tabla, Anil Sumbria on Keyboard and Ashish on Cajon.
The programme entitled “Zara Yaad Unhe Bhi Karlo”. Patriotic songs were presented by students of Saraswati Sangeet Kalamandir. Ekta, Anjali Sharma, Muskan Bhagat, Heena Sharma, Sunandini Jamwal, Heena Sheik, Disha Bhagat, Aleen, Manreet Kour, veer Singh Slathia, Novil, Sahil Singh, Harshit Sharma Kamaldeep Singh,Mipham Jigmet and Atul Bajpuri,
“Sapno se pyaare Desh hamare” lyrics by Prem Dhavan, “jag se pyaara Desh hamara” lyrics by Madhukar Rajasthani, “umaad gumaad kar badra and pairo me sagar si payal” lyrics by Vijay Atri, ” azaad hai” lyric by Abid Munavri, ” Is dharti se pyaar hai” lyrics by Vishaw Dev Sharma, ” Jai janani jai bharti” lyrics by Taara chand B Shah Nimadi “diki le dogra desh” lyrics by Kishan Smailpuri, all the songs were composed by Ravi Sharma and anchored by Vijay Atri in his inimitable style
All the items were highly acclaimed by the audience and the guest.
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