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    The State government recently concluded the Swatantra Bharat Vajrotsavalu celebrations with a grand cultural event. The event was attended by Chief Minister KCR, ministers, lawmakers, and other important personalities. The venue, HICC, saw the arrival of renowned artists who amazed the audience with their musical and singing talents. It was truly a memorable evening.

    The celebrations ended on a colorful note with various entertaining cultural programs. VIPs, including Ministers, MPs, MLAs, and other public representatives, were present at HICC. Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao arrived at the venue and hoisted the National Flag, followed by paying tribute to Mahatma Gandhi’s statue. He then lit the ceremonial lamp to commence the program.

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    The cultural programs were organized by the Telangana Language Culture department and Sangeet Natak Akademi. The CM and other dignitaries were treated to a short film showcasing the Vajrotsavalu celebrations. Performances like Hyderabad Brothers reciting Mahatma Gandhi’s famous bhajan ‘Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram…’ and captivating songs like ‘Edigo Bhadradri Adigo Chudandi’ and ‘Endaro Mahanubhavulu Andariki Vandanalu’ mesmerized the audience.

    The dance art Bharatiya Bhavana by the Sangeet Natak Academy showcased various dance forms like Bharatnatyam, Perini, Mohini Attam, Odissi, and more. The audience particularly enjoyed the dance performance titled ‘Telangana Avataram Telangana Avataram…’ by Ayachitam Nateshwara Sharma, which highlighted the development in Telangana and showcased government schemes like Kaleshwaram project, Dalit Bandhu, Rythu Bandhu, and welfare programs.

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    A musical jugalbandi called ‘Symphony of Freedom’ featuring instruments like Tabla, Flute, Gitara Dappu, and others provided a soothing experience for the participants. The event concluded with the Vajrotsava Harati performance by Manjula Ramaswamy and her team, which received great appreciation from the audience.

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