Spectacular performance of Hati tribal dances at Akashvani Sangeet Sabha Jalandhar

State’s famous folk artist and Indian and Asia Book of Record holder Jogendra Habbi told in a statement issued to the press that Jogendra Habbi and fellow artists performed the Hati tribal dance of district Sirmaur in the music gathering organized by Akashvani Jalandhar at Ragni Auditorium of Hansraj Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jalandhar. performed the modes. Folk and tribal dances were displayed in this folk arts fair celebrated on the occasion of the chairmanship of G20.

On this occasion Dr. Ajay Sareen, Principal of HMV College, Dr. Om Gauri Dutt Sharma, former director of Doordarshan Jalandhar, Monika Dutt Sharma, former ADP of AIR Jalandhar, Paramjit Singh, program head of AIR Jalandhar and many dignitaries were present.

Jogendra Habby and his team of fellow artists have received B High recognition from All India Radio. Jogendra Habbi and fellow artists were invited to perform Hati tribal dance forms of district Sirmaur in this music gathering organized by Akashvani Jalandhar under the inter-state cultural exchange program.

In this folk and tribal festival, Habbi and fellow artists presented Thoda dance, Rihalti gee, Parat dance, Munjra dance Rasa dance, and ancient Sinhatu dance related to the Dev tradition of Hati tribal area, Hati tribal community of Giri Par area of ​​District Sirmaur. Presented the culture of Jalandhar to the audience of Jalandhar, which was thoroughly enjoyed by hundreds of spectators sitting in the Ragini Auditorium and applauding the artists.

Apart from the performance of Habby and fellow artists, the Dogri song by Rumalu Ram and fellow artists of Jammu and tribal dance by Dashru Ram and fellow artists of Chhattisgarh were presented in this program. The presentation of Jogendra Habby and fellow artists was highly appreciated by the present audience and dignitaries. After the program presentation, Jogendra Habby was honored by Akashvani Jalandhar by giving him organ clothes, and fellow artists were also honored.

Jogendra Habby told the audience sitting in the auditorium during the program that this troupe has been showcasing the Hati culture of district Sirmaur in different parts of the country for the past several years and has presented Hati tribal dance forms in hundreds of folk and tribal festivals. Is. This is the seventh cultural presentation of the team in cultural programs organized at various places under G-20.

Apart from Jogendra Habby, Ramlal Verma, Gopal Habby, Chaman Lal, Amichand, Sandeep, Anil, Deviram, Saroj, Hemlata, Jyoti, Aarti and Bimla Chauhan were included in the group of artists who performed in this music gathering organized by All India Radio.

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