Rajasthan's Folk Music and Dances echo at Redfort

To Celebrate 68 Glorious years of Republic India The Tourism Ministry along with Defence Ministry, Government of India organised BHARAT PARV at Red Fort  where in Rajasthanies organisations based in Delhi artists was Invited to represent the state of Rajasthan. The Celebration which stretches from 26th to 31st January, on one hand showcases the rich and vibrant culture and traditions, cuisines and handicrafts of India and on the other hand local organisations from different states perform their folk music and folk dance along with performances of army,air force and navy.  
It is a matter of great pride and honour that these artists got the opportunity to represent our state.  They performed a patriotic dance Sequence accompanied with stunts mesmerised the audiences. The group of young,vibrant ladies performed on a parody of Rajasthani folk songs.The Great warriors of Rajasthan     Maharana Pratap ,  Jhansi ki Rani  ,   Bhamashah , Durgadas, Rani Padmini  Hada Rani  showcased their bravery and courage . Parody of Patriotic  Songs with live orchestra   was sung  by eminent Rajasthani Singers  -Chaitanya ,Rakesh Chindalia and Sanjay Bhatera  and it recreated a  Patriotic Mood  when they were joined on stage by Ratan Surana as Mahatma Gandhi,Sukhraj Sethia as Acharya Tulsi,Govind Bafna as Dr.Radhakrishnan,Dr.P.C.Jain as Dr. Ambedkar, Dr Dhanpat lunia as Maharana Pratap , Satyapal Chawla as Bhairon Singh Shekhawat,  ,Babulal Dugar as Dr Rajendra Prasad , Shantilal Patawari as Vallabh bhai Patel, Surendra Nahata as Jawaharlal Nehru, Dhanpat Nahata as Veer Durgadas,Vivek Borad as Subhash Chandra Bose, Sushil Rakhecha as G.D.Birla ,Rajeev Mahnot as Bhamashah, Manish Maloo as Jagjit Singh and Vinay linga as Ram, Pramod Dugar as H.Ramakrishnan ,Lalit Lunia as Bhagat Singh .With a huge round of applause the August gathering welcomed on stage - Rani Padmini depicted by Dr.Kusum lunia  , Dr.Hansa Sancheti as Rani Jodha,  Jaya Rakhecha as Jhansi ki Rani,Vijaylakshmi Sharma as Mira, Nisha Agarwal as Panna,Rakhi Ranka as Sita and Prem Sethia as Bharat Mata . They also carried Placards.  
It was a privilege for artists to be a part of this Historic Event and Team of artists performed with full dedication and enthusiasm.  All in All the feeling of patriotism was high throughout the event which is also why Bharat Parv is being celebrated in such a grand way.