Get Set for a Spectacular Week of Celebrations from June 2 Onwards

State govt plans to go all-out to make first anniv of State Formation Day memorable with a host of events

Published: 28th May 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th May 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: As the clock strikes 12 at midnight on June 1, a host of spectacular events will follow for a week, commemorating the first anniversary of State formation. The extravaganza will showcase various art forms, ranging from ghazals, qawwalis, Dappu performances and classical recitals among others - all capturing the life and culture of Telangana.

In the State Capital, the government has identified as many as 30 venues where programmes will be held simultaneously up to June 7. As many as 12 places in the city have been zeroed in on for staging a spectacular show of fireworks and three monuments for 3D mapping.

Celebrations.JPGThe likes of vocalist Ustad Raza Ali Khan, classical maestros Hyderabadi Brothers, Kathak exponent Raghav Raj Bhatt among others will perform on the occasion. Programmes like “Telangana Cinema-Ninna, Nedu, Repu”, Telangana cartoonism, Kavi sammelans are also part of the festive week. Various performing artistes are also going to be a part of the formation day celebrations.

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