Artists across State display talent in Yuva Utsav

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Jan 2017 10:24:18


Staff Reporter,

Artists from across the State presented different attractive programmes and enthralled the audience on the inaugural day of 21st Yuva Utsav organised under the auspices of Sports and Youth Welfare Department on Monday.


The artists performed classical dance including Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Odishi, Manipuri dance and one act play under State-level Yuva Utsav at Ravindra Bhawan and Manas Bhawan on Monday from 10 am. Artists from 10 divisions presented attractive programme.


Artists from Narmadapuram division presented inspiring play ‘Sadgati’ based on untouchability, caste discrimination. Similarly, Bhopal division’s artists staged play ‘Chandidevi’ based on atrocity against women. Sagar division’s artists staged play ‘Samaj Ki Sachhai’. The artists told about every class of the society that what is the thinking of people towards the girls and women. Play “Ye Ishq Ishq” was presented by the artists belonging to Indore division. Historic love story ‘Laila Majnu’ was also presented by the artists at Yug Tulsi Pandit Ram Kinker auditorium at
Manas Bhawan. Jabalpur division artists also presented play ‘Nishabd Sada’ which is a contemporary satire, this story belongs to the farm labourers, who got cut off from the roots due to natural calamity. In this series of plays, Gwalior division’s artists presented play based on ‘Khaap Panchayats’. The artists through their acting presented the things well about the Khaap Panchayats which take decision beyond the constitution and laws and ignore it. In this series of plays, the artists belong to Rewa division presented play in good way on ‘Rai’ centred on administrative and rural mismanagement.


The artists belonging to different divisions also presented Harmonium, Tabla, Mridangam, Sitar, Guitar, Veena and flute at Satsang Mandapam of Manas Bhawan.
Artists will also present attractive folk dance under Yuva Utsav at Ravindra Bhawan auditorium, on January 3 at 10 am.


Similarly, the artists belonging to Hindustani and Karantic art will present classical songs and folk songs at Manas Bhawan.