Punjab Is An Epitome Of Cultural Heritage: Chetan Singh Jauramajra
Chandigarh : “As CM Bhagwant Mann aspires to make Punjab a prosperous state in all aspects and make it ‘Rangla Punjab ‘ , Punjab’s rich cultural heritage also needs to be protected and promoted” said Chetan Singh Jauramajra while attending a cultural program as Chief guest at Punjab Kala Bhavan, Sector-16, Chandigarh.
The event ‘Bol Punjab De-2023’ was organised by Punjab Secretariat Cultural Society (Reg.) in collaboration with North Zone Cultural Center Patiala and was dedicated to the memory of Mr. Jagdish Singh Jaggi, Bhang, stage and film artist.
The program was presided by Dr. Amarpal Singh, IAS. While Salinder Kaur, Director Horticulture joined as special guest. On this occasion, Malwai Giddha was presented by the employees of Punjab Secretariat. Jaspreet Randhawa, Kulwant Singh, Ravinder Singh, Sarabjit Singh and others have done a great job in this Malwai Gidha.
A short play written and directed by Rupinder Pal Rupi “File Di Kasam” portrayed the relationship between an officer and a subordinate. In this short play Rupinder Pal Rupi, Kamal Sarma, Sukhjit Kor Sukhi, Devinder Jugni, Sarabjit Singh, Gurinder Singh, Sarita Sarma, Amandeep Kaur and Jagdeep Singh received applause for their humorous performances.
Sandeep Kamboj, Lakhwinder Lakhi, Kanchan Bhalla, Gagandeep Singh, Navdeep Singh, Sarita Sharma enthralled the audience with their singing talent.Towards the end, it was the turn of Glory Bawa, the daughter of Padma Bhushan Gurmeet Bawa.
She brought the program to a climax by singing Mirja, Jugni and many other folk songs. At the end of this program, society president Rupinder Pal Rupi and former president Daljit Singh and Davinder Singh Jugny & Balbir Singh thanked the audience and guests for their time.
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