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Enriching Cultural Festival on Indian Knowledge System to Showcase the Harmony and Tradition Through Performing Arts

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Enriching Cultural Festival on Indian Knowledge System to Showcase the Harmony and Tradition Through Performing Arts
Enriching Cultural Festival on Indian Knowledge System to Showcase the Harmony and Tradition Through Performing Arts

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The Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Education, Amity University Haryana, in partnership with the Ministry of Culture (Government of India) and the Pandit Chandra Kumar Mallick Memorial Charitable Trust, efficiently hosted a two-day cultural competition. The occasion, titled “Indian Knowledge System: Peace & Harmony via Performing Arts,” occurred on the sixth and seventh of November 2023.

The competition aimed to rejoice the wealthy cultural heritage of India and highlight the profound connection between performing arts and the Indian data system. It provided a platform to discover and showcase the invaluable knowledge deeply rooted in conventional artwork types and their function in fostering peace and concord in society.

Prof (Dr) P.B. Sharma, the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of Amity University Haryana, throughout his handle on “Indian Knowledge System Through Performing Arts” shed gentle on the profound connections between India’s wealthy data system and the world of performing arts. Prof Sharma handle offered a scholarly perspective on how conventional artwork types contribute to the cultural and mental heritage of the nation. Prof. Sharma’s presence set the stage for a culturally and intellectually enriching competition.

Pandit Uday Kumar Mallick, the Founder of Dhrupad Academy in New Delhi, shared profound insights on the matter of “Festival Culture.” His expertise added a precious perspective to the cultural occasion, highlighting the significance of festivals as carriers of custom and data.

Padma Shree UstadWasifuddinDagar, a distinguished artist in the world of classical music, delivered a charming handle on “Festival Culture.” With his wealthy data and expertise, UstadWasifuddinDagar offered a singular perspective on the function of festivals in Indian tradition and how they contribute to the preservation and dissemination of conventional data and artwork types.

Prof Dr Sanjna Vij,Professor of Liberal Arts, Deputy Director, Academic Staff College & Head, Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Education, Amity University, Haryana,throughout her opening remarks,emphasised the essence of the occasion, stating, “This occasion is all about celebrating our wealthy tradition and serving as a tribute to the arts. Dr Sanjna Vij highlighted the goal of the occasion, to share and rejoice India’s wealthy cultural historical past, particularly its conventional performing arts which were part of our identification for hundreds of years and encourage the viewers with wonderful performances and assist them see the deep hyperlinks between artwork, data, and peace.

The occasion featured performances by internationally acclaimed artists, enriching the cultural expertise. Notable artists who graced the stage included:

Padma Shree UstadWasifuddinDagar, Dhrupad, Vocal, International Artists.

Rishi & Mahima Upadhyay, Pakhawaj Player, International Artist.

PranshuChatur Lal, Instrumental, International Artist.

Kathak Dance By Namrata Rai, International Artist

Mr Nilesh Nikesh Mallick-Vocal Classical

The “Indian Knowledge System: Peace & Harmony via Performing Arts” cultural competition was a powerful success. It not solely celebrated India’s wealthy cultural heritage but in addition emphasised the profound connection between conventional artwork types and the promotion of peace and concord in society. The charming performances by internationally acclaimed artists added to the occasion’s cultural significance.

This competition was a testomony to the dedication of Amity University Haryana and its companions in advancing data and cultural traditions. It offered attendees with a deeper understanding of India’s cultural heritage and the knowledge that has been handed down via generations.

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