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Art Excel Group presents power-packed performance

Indo-Oman Grand Cultural Nite celebration held in Oman’s second largest city Salalah in line with India’s ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’

The Art Excel Group of the ‘Yoga Forum’ of the Indian Social Club (ISC) Salalah gave a power-packed performance on Friday (October 29, 2021) to mark Indo-Oman Grand Cultural Nite, a celebration in line with India’s ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.

The programme was organised jointly by the ISC Salalah and Embassy of India, Muscat. The event’s Chief Guest Eng. Ali Salim Omar Fadhil appreciated the event organisers for bringing a lovely programme like ‘Indo-Oman Grand Cultural Nite’ to Salalah. Event’s Guest of Honour was Irshad Ahmed, Counsellor, Embassy of India Muscat.

Rakesh Kumar Jha, President of ISC Salalah, extended thanks to everyone who attended the event, especially those who worked hard to make the event successful.

“My special thanks go to all the performers who captivated the audience with performances and well depicted the rich cultures of India and Oman,” he said.

Rupal Pardeshi and Rajesh Pardeshi did the concept and script of the programme.

“Our programme was based on themes like, ‘Celebrating unsung heroes’ and ‘Vishwa Guru Bharat’.  They displayed an immaculate, flawless and proficient performance,” said Rajesh.

Unsung heroes Khudiram Bose, Baji Rout, Peer Ali Khan, Kartar Singh Saraha, Captain Laxmi Sehgal, Kittur Chinnama and Begum Hazrat Mahal were introduced during the event.

The programme was well-received by the audience. There were flow emotions and roar of clapping on every performance

Swami Vivekananda’s concept of ‘Vishwa Guru Bharat’ was well explained during the programme.

Those who played the roles of different icons during the event included:

Swami Vivekananda: Arjandeep Singh Bhutani

Bharat Mata: Nishita Marie Kunhirama

Khudiram Bose: Vedagiri Siddhartha Choudhary

Kartar Singh Sarabha: Pratheek Senthil Kumar

Baji Rout: Divyaansh Dubey

Peer Ali Khan: Rohit Babu

Kittur Rani Chenamma: Neeharika Babu

Captain Laxmi Sehgal:- Aadishree Dubey

Malika Hazrat Mahal:- Harkirat Kaur

The programme was well-received by the audience. There were flow emotions and roar of clapping on every performance.



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Rupal Rajesh Pardeshi
Rupal Rajesh Pardeshi- Anonymous, passionate yet unconventional writer with piqaunt pen , a skilled cook ,active member of Yoga Forum, an amateur Kathak dancer and an international faculty for Youth and Children @ Art of Living.

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