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Familiarising youth with classical dance and music

Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav is held every year with the aim to generate awareness about the rich culture, art and heritage of India

Familiarising youth with classical dance and music

With an aim to promote our traditional dance and music among today's youth and generate in them interest for Indian art, Bhartiya Sangeet Sadan (by Dr Uma sharma) will be organising 19th edition of Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav. The event will be held on January 10 –12, 2020, at Shankar lal Hall, Modern School, Barakhama Road, New Delhi, 6:30 pm onward.

The programme is supported by Shri Ram Centre of Performing Arts, HCL, SRF Ltd., Modern School, Art Karat and Hotel Lemon Tree.

In today's time, our youth is attracted more towards the Western and pop music, as a result of which they are moving away from our rich culture and heritage. Considering the severity of the issue Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav is organised every year. This help in involving youngsters in classical art forms of India while inculcating our values in them.

The atmosphere of the event is such that people don't feel out of the place. They spend quality time and experience the purity and essence of Indian classical Sangeet.

Apart from this, the cultural event also commemorates the legendry guru-shishya parampara in the best way possible.

The four-day event, which is dedicated to Swami Haridas and Mian Tansen will see legends like Vishwamohan Bhatt (Mohan veena), Parween Sultan (vocal), Ustad Aashish Khan (sarod), Bikram Ghosh (tabla), Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar (dhrupad), Pandit Channulal Mishra (vocal), Pandit hariprasad Chaurasia (fluet), Pandit rajendra gangani (Jaipur gharana Kathak), Dr Um Sharma (Kathak ntriya bhav), Ustad Shujaat Khab (sitar), Pandit Ulhas Kashalkar (vocal), Amaan Ali Bangesh (sarod), Ayaan Ali Bangesh (sarod), and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan (sarod).

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