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Anthem for the young

Anthem for the young
Winter has already rung the bell of your doors, and December is completely full of music dance and drama. On the occasion of this festive season Sahitya Kala Parishad and Department of Art, Culture and Language brought  Youth Festival for the young generation of at Central Park, Rajiv Chowk, in the Capital, from December 16 to 21. The Festival was inaugurated by Gitanjali Gupta Kundra (IAS), secretary, Department of Art, Culture and Language, Government of India.

A six day extravaganza of music and dance highlighted by Daily Laser and Beam Show, Fusion band performance by Rock Veda and Vibrant Exhibition of Sculpture and Installation art by Young Artists from Delhi. 

Youth Festival was closed by the headliner Band Kabul and Rock Veda who enthralled the crowd with their magical compositions and Kabul, with his melodious voice, exuberant energy, rocked the finale. Rock Veda presented the fusion of different genres of Sufi, Rock and Hindustani Classical, sticking to the Indian traditions and adding the hint of modern music was the zest of the finale.

“I would like to thank, Sahitya Kala Parishad and Delhi Govt to provide us with this lovely opportunity to perform for such an amazing audience. We are trying to bring the new generation closer to our very own rich Hindustani Classical Music through our compositions, with our special Rock Veda twist. It is indeed an honour, a great pleasure to be a part of this Festival,” said Kabul.

A  Progressive Fusion Band, Kabul and  Rock Veda truly believes in the power of music. The Band coalesces the natural emotion of Indian Classical with a creative contemporary mix, belting out scintillating and heart hitting original compilations for music aficionados.  
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