A captivating evening of dance and music was hosted in the loving memory of the brave soldiers, who have sacrificed their lives for their motherland. The evening titled 'Ek Shaam Shaheedon Ke Naam' at the India Islamic Cultural Centre in the capital was organised by Arts Vintaage (a project by NGO Sparsh) hosted in collaboration with the famous Naad Foundation, to celebrate India's 71st Independence Day.
The star-studded evening was a brainchild of Nishi Singh (Director – Arts Vintaage). "This evening is a tribute to the martyrs who gave their lives so that the coming generations can breathe in independent India. The motive of the evening is to bring the hidden talent out of these young kids who are the future of our country," said Nishi.
The glorious event was graced by several luminaries including Sudha Gupta (Chairperson – Mother's Pride & Presidium), Udit Raj (Parliament Member – BJP), Master Rahul Jain (Popular Child Artist), Mohsin Khan (MD – Prime News) and Sandip Marwah (Renowned International Media Personality).
As an experienced educationist, Sudha Gupta addressed expressed the importance of patriotic values in laying a sound foundation for strong character. "Art is freedom. It can only spring from a heart that is free and a soul that is liberated. Therefore, it is very appropriate that we are celebrating 71st Independence Day with an evening of music and dance. What's even more heart-warming is that the evening is dedicated to the brave souls to whom we owe our freedom," she said.
Special performances by Shankar Sahney and Divyanshi were some delightful attractions of this magnificent event, which inspired all to come forth and join hands in remembering our martyrs, without whom breathing in a free India wouldn't have been possible.
Senior Member of Parliament and Dalit leader Udit Raj also graced the evening. "It's a good initiative by Naad Foundation and their contribution to the society is commendable. This sort of events should be continued in future", said Udit Raj.
The evening saw a full house attendance of Delhi's social fraternity that was spotted enjoying the dance and music performances by the talented artists.