Akashvani Srinagar is getting ready to conduct a captivating cultural programme at the recently opened Sheena Cultural Centre in Dawar Gurez in order to honour the Sheena Dard tribe’s rich cultural legacy.
A significant turning point in the area’s cultural environment will be marked by the event on September 2. This time, a beautiful cultural performance in the evening will adorn the event and showcase the diversity of Sheena culture.
On September 28, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha formally opened the recently-built Sheena Cultural Centre, which is a monument to the Indian Army and the local community’s combined efforts.
In order to promote respect and understanding among individuals from many walks of life, this programme strives to draw attention to the distinctive cultural and linguistic identity of the Sheena Dard tribe.
Maqsood Ahmed, Senior Programme Executive and Sheena Programme Incharge at Akashvani Srinagar, is in charge of leading this incredible project. With much passion, he said, “Our goal is to not only honour Sheena Dard culture, but also to bring attention to their unique language and way of life. This tribe has a distinctive cultural history that ought to be more widely recognised. For their great assistance in making this programme feasible, we sincerely thank the Indian Army.
The Sheena varied cultural programme will provide locals with a one-of-a-kind experience thanks to the Indian Army and Akashvani Srinagar’s perfect cooperation. Given that it marks the culmination of India’s G20 Presidency and showcases the nation’s dedication to inclusion and cultural diversity, this event is very significant.
Such a voyage through culture has been taken before by Akashvani Srinagar. In the border towns of Keran, Karnah, and Uri, the station has previously run successful programmes of a similar kind that received a great deal of popular praise.
According to claims made by locals, “the unfolding of the Sheena cultural extravaganza against the awe-inspiring backdrop of Dawar Gurez is believed by the locals to herald a jubilant celebration of heritage, unity, and the very essence of the Sheena Dard tribe.” According to the locals, this incident serves as a poignant reminder of how culture has the power to unite people and foster peace in society.