Vande Mataram: Bharat Ek Sone ki Chidiya

The event aims to uplift children from marginalized backgrounds by providing them with a platform to showcase their talent and promote awareness

Delhi-based Urvashi Dance Music Art & Cultural Society presents ‘Vande Mataram: Bharat Ek Sone ki Chidiya’. The two-day event, set to take place on March 18 and 19 at India Gate’s Kartavya Path, will feature 100 artistes, including girls from underprivileged backgrounds showcasing their talent.
Under the direction of Rekha Mehra and choreography by Damini Bisht, Anurag Khichi, Abhishek, and Summati Dogra, the event will showcase dances that highlight women power,  digital advancements, and various festivals celebrated across India.
The event aims to uplift children from marginalized backgrounds by providing them with a platform to showcase their talent and promote awareness.  The event will be attended by dignitaries such as minister of culture Meenakshi Lekhi, minister of state for culture Arjun Meghwal, IB minister Anurag Thakur, and minister of defence and tourism Ajay Bhatt.
“We have always worked for uplifting the kids of maids, and people who run small businesses like tea stalls. This time too, the idea behind the event is to promote underprivileged kids, and provide them a platform to showcase their talent in front of people. It will help them freely move about in society. And another endeavour is to make them aware of the greatness of our country in the process,” says society director Rekha Mehra.
The stage will showcase India’s rich cultural heritage, and the dancers will showcase their unique style, blending classical and modern dance forms. The event will culminate in a grand finale where all the dancers will come together in perfect harmony.
When: March 18 – 19
Where: Kartavya Path, India Gate
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