Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): ‘Hum gali-gali mein payar ki Shamma Jalayenge…’ and ‘Jab tak roti ke prashno per rakha rahega bhari pathar…’
These Jangeets were presented at Gandhi Bhavan in the city on Thursday to host the Sanskritik Yatra ‘Dhai Akhar Prem’ team, organized by the Indian People’s Theater Association (IPTA).
In the 75th year of independence, the Yatra traversing five states, reached Bhopal on the 41st day via Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh. Programs are held in more than 250 locations.
Also, “Dacoit Chuha”, directed by Deepak Nema and “Champak Van”, Yogesh Parihar were staged.
21 IPTA fellows who participated in the Yatra were welcomed and given a set of 20 books and pamphlets. These brochures and books were donated by Eklavya, Eka and IPTA.
National General Secretary Rakesh Veda (Lucknow) said that this yatra would take the constitutional values, collecting soil from the court of heroes of the country and sending the message of love and harmony, passing through villages, countrysides, towns and villages of the public.
Chairman of Bhopal Organizing Committee, Rajesh Joshi, said IPTA’s visit to Bhopal will prove to be a milestone for the cultural movement and launch a new culture, which will advance the spirit of love. and brotherhood.
On May 20, he will leave for Indore after the program at Itwara Chowk, Aishbagh and Hathikhana. Before coming to Bhopal, the Yatra was hosted at Shyampur Doraha of Sehore and Gandhinagar. There will be programs at Itwara Chowk and Aishbagh before departing for Indore. Shailendra Shaily, President, IPTA Bhopal offered a vote of thanks.
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Posted: Thursday, May 19, 2022, 11:12 p.m. IST