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Holi Festival

 

The annual event held for many years, the Holi Festival brings alive the famous Indian festival of colours through an array of traditional music and dance of India. Holi is celebrated in India on the Full Moon day (Poornima) during the Hindu calendar month of Uttara Phalguna, which falls in the month of February – March every year. The event is held for over two – three days in the open-air lawns of the Kendra’s campus in New Delhi that provides for much merry making and participation for the audience amid a riot of colours and sumptuous spread of street food. Groups of artist and traditional entertainers are invited from the states like Rajasthan, Haryana, Manipur and Uttar Pradesh and other States of India as well. Senior students of the Kendra too join the celebrations with their own performances.

Updates
Friday, 19th January 2018 5 p.m. Basement Theatre, SBKK

Jhankar series of Music and Dance programmes:

Kathak Dance Presentation by PRERANA SHRIMALI.

 

Monday, 22nd January 2018 from 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. SBKK Lawns

Vasant Panchami Utsav and Founder's Day celebrations featuring short group performances by the students of all departments of Music and Dance of the Kendra, including Saraswati Pooja rituals.

Detailed programme will be announced later.