Prince Dance Group sets Patha Utsav stage on fire

The Prince Dance Group with their signature Krishna Dance dominated the fifth Patha Utsav which was celebrated at Janpath here on Sunday.

Published: 26th December 2016 04:21 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th December 2016 04:32 AM   |  A+A-

Prince Dance Group performs at Patha Utsav on Janpath in Bhubaneswar on Sunday | Express

By Express News Service

BHUBANESWAR: The Prince Dance Group with their signature Krishna Dance dominated the fifth Patha Utsav which was celebrated at Janpath here on Sunday. The rhythmic beats and dance-drama fusion of the national stars from Berhampur brought the crowd to their feet .
Nirmala Kruti Bikas Trust (NKBT), working in the field of community health for the tribals, created a street art which depicted of love, affection and world peace. NKBT’s rangoli and floral designs also attracted huge crowds.

Noted vocalist and singing sensation of yesteryear Tansen Singh presented a youthful rendition of his evergreen number ‘Hai mo nachhak bali rusi tu jaa naa chali’ at the venue. Bakul Foundation organised a reading session and PECUC held a camp for kids. A ‘Green Santa Claus’ distributed saplings of trees such as Bakul, Neem, Jamun and Arjun among kids.
City-based organisation IAmArtist, Art Godown and India Craft Nation came up with innovative works. Social group Manab Adnyan Kendra received more than 40 requests from people seeking help to solve domestic issues.
Singer Rahul Dhal Praharaj also performed on the occasion. Nodal Officer of Patha Utsav BS Chayani said despite December being the peak season for outings and picnics, the number of visitors at the event was encouraging.

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