A 4-day classical dance and music competition organized by Sai Nritya Nilayam, Bilaspur, began today from September 1 to September 4 at the auditorium of Indira Gandhi Agricultural College, Sarkanda, Bilaspur.
More than 550 participants from across the country are participating in this festival. Chief Guest Honorable Shailesh Pandey, MLA, Bilaspur and special guest Ghanshyam Prajapati, Chief General Manager, NTPC and Dr R. K. S. Tiwari, Dean, Indira Gandhi Agricultural College, Bilaspur, inaugurated the festival.
Shweta Nair, founder and guru of Sai Nritya Nilayam, said that Pranavam Mahotsav is an effort to showcase one’s talents from across India by performing arts associated with classical dance and music. Efforts will continue to take it to even greater heights in the coming years.
The chief guest and special guest duo also appreciated this program and said that we will always be ready to promote such a culture. He thanked the participants and their parents that you are playing a great responsibility in taking forward the culture of India.
Guru Shweta Nair’s parents and husband also worked tirelessly to ensure the program’s success.
This “Pranavam Mahotsav” will continue from 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day from 1st to 4th September.
Pranavam Mahotsav is being organized by Sai Nritya Nilayam and Sai Nritya Nilayam is chaired by Guru Shweta Nair.