By Sayed Rizwan
Mumbai, March, 08, 2017 : Bhawans College witnessed an extravaganza of contemporary and classical music and dance during the 23rd Acharya Chaube Maharaj Mahotsav festival in March. This was the second city among 16 where music lovers will be entertained to celebrate the Janmotsav of Nritya Samragyi Padmabhushan Padmashri Sitara Devi ji.
Hazrat Peerjada Alhaaj Ramzan Ali Shah Sajjadnashin President All India Sarvdharm Sabri Ekta Sangthan Agra UP blessed the crowd and performances with his auspicious presence as the Chief Guest.
The event highlights for day 1:
Clasical vocal performance by Rahul and Rohit Mishra from Banaras
Ranjit Barot Vocal, Konnkol & Drum
Deepak Pandit on Violin
A kathak dance by Rishika Mishra
Day 2 highlights were kathak performance by Shilpi Saini and Hiroko Sarah disciples of Jayantimala Mishra and the event concluded with the kawali kathak dance by none other than the kathak queen Jayantimala Mishra.
Tushar an NRI from Canada was invited to grace the occasion as a guest of honor. He enjoyed meeting the artists and interacting with them.
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