Jammu, August 30: The J&K Academy of Art, Culture, and Languages, in partnership with the Directorate of Tourism, Jammu, presented cultural nights at the Mubarak Mandi Heritage Complex Jammu in honour of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
The two-day celebration was planned in honour of the Meri Mati Mera Desh initiative, which seeks to honour and remember the country’s military heroes. The performances were seen by enormous crowds at several events.
Local musicians Santosh Bandral, Kamla Devi, and Ashok Anjum opened the first day with a performance of patriotic and Dogri folk music. Radhika Dance group performers then showcased Dogri traditional dances after the musical performance.
The Nav Durga Kala Manch skit on the topic of Veer Gatha was the highlight of the evening’s events. All the actors skillfully portrayed the lives of famous soldiers, activists, and freedom fighters. The concert had a lot of punch, and the crowd loved it. Dilshad Khan skillfully hosted the show.
Today, the last day, Aditya Kumar’s performance wowed the crowd. Rahul Bhardwaj on the table, Panku on the keyboard, Rakesh on the octapad, Munna on the dhol, and Rahul as a chorus all contributed equally to his success.
Happy productions also wowed the crowd with their Dogri dances. Special guests from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) danced to patriotic music as the evening’s entertainment.
Rajni Sharma presided over the event and made sure everything ran well.