A slice of Kashmir in Delhi
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
New Delhi, Feb 24: A slice of Kashmir was today presented in the capital today as artistes from the state staged enthralling performances as part of a three-day cultural extravaganza, featuring traditional music and dance.
'Shuhul Taaph-III' or Sweet Sunshine, the cultural gathering organised by Kashmiri Education, Culture and Science Society (KECSS) in Lalded Centre in South Delhi, will also witness group discussions on contributions by Rabindranath Tagore and Vivekananda vis-a-vis Kashmir in the next two days.
A santoor recital by young exponent Abhay Rustom Sopori and Kathak performance Swati Wangnoo were eye-cathcers of the day.
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