The international cultural program and 9th Gems of India Award ceremony was organized at Red Fort in the capital Delhi.
The memorable presentation of 120 artists from six countries including India enthralled the people.
Many veterans who have done excellent work in their field received Gems of India Award.
New Delhi (India), October 12: International cultural program and 9th Gems of India Award ceremony was organized at Red Fort in the capital Delhi. The program was organized by Bharat Manch in collaboration with Le Rhythm, MSME, PCI and Luv Kush Ramlila Committee. In this program Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma, Minister of State for MSME, Government of India was the chief guest and many dignitaries from across the country including Head of Protocol of Kazakhstan Embassy Yerlen Shakhey, Minister of State for Uttar Pradesh Sunil Bharala, Captain Vikas Gupta were present as guests of honour. The guests were welcomed by Dr. Prashant Dwivedi, President of Bharat Manch and Rajeev Mukhopadhyay, co-founder of Lee Rhythm, by presenting memento.
In the program, about 120 artists from India as well as Russia, Bolivia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Bangladesh and Thailand enthralled the people with their captivating performances. When the foreign artists showcased Indian folk and classical dance, people appreciated their art. Were overwhelmed to see. Apart from Indian dance, these artists also presented the traditional dance of their respective countries and presented a wonderful view of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. People who came to the program performed Kathak, Bharat Natyam, Odissi, Manipuri, Dandiya, Chhau and Bhangra dances. But dance-hard Artists from India and abroad made the program memorable by showcasing the culture of their respective countries and presenting a unique example of interaction with Indian culture and art.
After the cultural program, 24 people who made outstanding contributions in their fields were honored with the Gems of India Award.
President of Bharat Manch, Dr. Prashant Dwivedi said that Bharat Manch has been continuously organizing the Gems of India Honor Ceremony and cultural program since 2013, this is the first time that the cultural program has been organized at a prestigious and historical place like Red Fort in the country and many international countries. A program was organized to promote dance and cultural art by presenting an unmatched example of art and culture by the artists of Bharat Manch. President of Bharat Manch, Dr. Prashant Dwivedi told that the basic idea of the way the spokes of the Ashok Chakra of our tricolor To give the message of love, goodwill, morality, brotherhood and unity and patriotism, similarly we give this honor to 24 people from across the country who work for the progress and unity of the country and society.
This time, those who were honored with the Gems of India Award include Padmashree Jitendra Singh Shanti, social worker IC Bansal, Dr. Ramgopal Goyal, Dr. H.B.S. Lamba, Dr. Vinay Kumar Singhal, Dr. Shreyansh Jain, Prakash Chand Aggarwal, music composer Badal. Khan, Singer Khushboo Jha, Dr. Dharmendra Ganveer, Dr. Ashok Gupta, Mr. K.D. Dwivedi and Mrs. Rajkumari Dwivedi, Eluri Sridhar, Badal Khan, Dr. Pankaj Kumar, Pradeep Mishra, Himanshu Grover, Sangeet Pal Verma, Vyas Raj Ashok, Singer Sohini Roy Dr Gaurav Gupta. etc were prominent.
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