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‘Jashn-e-Adab…’ leaves audience spellbound

The three-day event was held on 28-30 October, 2022. Renowned artists from various genres shared stage to celebrate the grandeur of Indian cultural heritage.

Jashn-e-Adab Sahityotsava in association with Ministry of Culture (Government of India) and Tourism Ministry organised the multifaceted Jashn-e-Adab Cultural Kaarva’n – Virasat 2022. Renowned artists from various genres shared stage to celebrate the grandeur of Indian cultural heritage. Padma Shri Chandraprakash Dwivedi (Chanakya fame), Saurabh Shukla (Actor), Piyush Mishra (Actor), Padma Shri Prof. Ashok Chakradhar, Padma Shri Prahalad Singh Tipanya and Rajesh Tailang (actor) among others participated in the program.
On 28th October Jashn-e-Adab Cultural Kaarva’n – Virasat 2022 was inaugurated by the Padma Shri Seyed E. Hasnain, Padma Shri Ashok Chakradhar, Piyush Mishra (Actor), Rajesh Tailang (Actor), Arvind Gaur (Theatre Artist), and Kunwar Ranjeet Chauhan (Poet & Founder, Jashn-e-Adab, Foundation). First day of Jashn-e-Adab Cultural Kaarva’n – Virasat 2022 proved to be a soulful evening for the audiences. The evening started with an entertaining and engaging panel discussion ‘Rangdharmi ka Rangkarm’ featuring Padma Shri Ashok Chakradhar, Actor Piyush Mishra and Actor Rajesh Tailang with Dr. Aamna Mirza. It was an interesting discussion on the importance of theatre in promoting and nurturing the un-adulterated and non-commercialised essence Hindustani fine arts, language and local dialects.
People were spellbound by the soulful sitar presentation by the young maestro Master Adhiraj Chaudhuri. The audience swayed to the expert renditions of Sitar maestro Ustad Shujaat Khan. The evening concluded with the energetic Kathak presentation by Vidha Lal and her group. The three-day event was held on 28th, 29th and 30th October, 2022 from 3.00 pm to 10 pm at Sunder Nursery (Garden Amphitheatre), Adjacent to Humayun’s Tomb Park, Nizamuddin, New Delhi.
Kunwar Ranjeet Chauhan, Urdu Poet and Founder, Jashn-e-Adab Foundation talking about Cultural Kaarva’n – Virasat 2022 said, “Rooted in the past but with future relevance, Hindustani art, culture and literature is innately evergreen. Our art is calming and therapeutic for people of all generations. In the stressful life especially the youth seeks out solace in our Hindustani art. In the recent years we have seen a lot of young people making an effort to understand and embrace the enriching creations in Hindi and Urdu, using the power of the digital medium. Their interest is helping in making Hindustani art more mainstream. This motivates us to make Cultural Kaarva’n bigger and better with every new edition. We are forever grateful to Ministry of Culture (GoI) and Tourism Ministry (GoI) for their support and guidance. The resounding applause and encouraging response from the audience motivates us to curate better programs for them. The kaarva’n (caravan) will be traveling to other cities in India in the coming few months to reach a wider audience.”

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