Guwahati, Sept. 30,
North East students of Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh shine in 12th Cultural Function “Rajni” at Tagore Theatre, Sector- 18, Chandigarh. Engineering, Law, Agriculture, Pharmacy, Education, Nursing, Management, Polytechnic etc students of Aryans Group presented colourful items in various cultural activities.
The function started with the lamp lighting ceremony by Dr. H.K Bali, Director, Cardiologist, Fortis Hospital, Mohali; Founder, Prof Roshan Lal Kataria; Treasurer, Mrs Rajni Kataria; Chairman, Aryans Group, Dr. Anshu Kataria; Director General, Dr. Parveen Kataria; Prof. B.S Sidhu, Director; Dr. Raman Rani Gupta, Principal, Aryans Group etc.
The function started with the Ganesh Vandana as the welcome dance by Yapik Ekke & team from Arunachal Pradesh. Chonung & Group from Tripura & Nagaland performed Bamboo Dance; Yanga Nilling & group performed Arunachali Folk Dance;
On the occasion Renowned Bollywood Artist Pardeep Singh Sran “Cutiepie” Fame, Punjabi Singer Balraj, Kashmiri Mimicry Artist Anwar Kasana enthralled the audience in their style.
Students showcased their talent though lively and exuberant performances of various items including Bollywood Dance by Anishka & Group. Shabnum & group from Jammu & Kashmir recited a soulful Prayer; Atul Raj & Team performed Bhojpuri Dance.
Himachali students diverted the audience towards their State with their Himachali Natti. The solo Singing & dance performances, folk orchestra and folk songs were equally engaging.
Different plays including Baji Rao Mastani, Sharab Bandhi, Funny Dance etc left a meaningful message for the audience. Play by Vandana & Group on “Say no to Drugs” enlightened the youth & audience against the evil effects of drugs. Ramp Walk & Modeling in different cultural attires by the students sashayed the ramp.
The exhilarating and energetic performance of Bhangra by Prabhjot, Charanjeet & Group brought out lively and colourful life of rural Punjab and made the audience of to tap on their feet.
Dr. Anshu Kataria congratulated the students. He said that Aryans Group has students from all over India who are studying in various courses. The students presented their respective cultures through their dances in the function. He added that besides studies, extra co-curricular activities are equally important. They help in the overall development of the students.
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