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    19th Annual Pandit Sundarlal Gangani Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav organised in Vadodara

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    Academics and Culture are synonymous and interdependent on each other. With the same vision and an aim to provide a holistic development to the students, Parul University associate with Kathak Darshan to celebrate the 19th Annual Pandit Sundarlal Gangani Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav in Vadodara.

    Kathak Darshan is a non-profiting organization actively contributing towards Kathak Dance Art Form. Nowadays when people are mostly consumed by Television and Digital channels, Kathak Darshan attempts humbly by giving cultural classical taste to the society..

    The contribution of Kathak Darshan is noted since 18 years and the founder Pandit Jagdish Gangani is carrying forward the legacy of the Guru and father, Pandit Sundarlal Gangani.

    The programme was 19th Annual Pandit Sundarlal Gangani Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav and Vadodara’s first Offline Concert post lockdown where eminent artists perform before the audience.

    Niladri Kumar (renowned Sitar artist & Filmfare Awardee), Satyajit Talwalkar (Tabla artist), Durgesh Gangani (Kathak Nartak) with Ustaad Akram Khan (Tabla Artist) gives soulful performances in the Mahotsav.

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