Dehradun, April 11, 2023: ABP Ganga, the leading news channel of Uttar Pradesh and Uttrakhand, organized a successful music concert, NAAD, at Uttaranchal University of Dehradun. The event celebrated the music and culture of Uttarakhand and witnessed a massive turnout of more than 8000 music enthusiasts.
ABP Ganga’s NAAD brought together some of the most renowned names in Uttarakhand folk music and administration for a captivating mix of musical performances, engaging conversations, and insightful discussions. The event provided a platform to showcase the rich cultural heritage and musical brilliance of the region and the state.
The four-hour event featured top performers in Uttarakhand’s folk music heritage, including Jubin Nautiyal, Narendra Singh Negi, Pritam Bhartwan, Sangeeta Dhoundiyal, Kalpana Chauhan, Priyanka Mehar, Digvijay Singh Pariyar, Inder Arya, Jitendra Tomkyal and Pandavas – The Band. These legends and doyens of Uttarakhand’s folk music were joined by a new generation of artists who expressed themselves on a national stage while keeping their roots and heritage intact.
Pushkar Singh Dhami, Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, graced the event as a chief guest. His presence highlighted the government’s support for the event and its recognition of the importance of promoting Uttarakhand’s music and culture.
The event also featured a session with a panel of Uttarakhand bureaucrats who are active in the performing arts. These sessions provided insights into the role of music and culture in Uttarakhand’s development and showcased the state’s commitment to promoting its rich cultural heritage.
Overall, ABP Ganga’s NAAD was a resounding success, showcasing the best of Uttarakhand’s music & culture, and highlighting the state’s commitment to preserving and promoting its rich cultural heritage.
Witnessing the overwhelming response from the audience, ABP Ganga looks forward to organizing many more such events that celebrate the diverse cultures and traditions of India.
ABP Ganga’s ‘NAAD’ will be aired on ABP Ganga on 15th April from 5 pm to 8 pm.