Universal Children’s Day was celebrated with songs, dances, instrumentals and recitation by about 30 children…reports Asian Lite News
Universal Children’s Day was celebrated with songs, dances, instrumentals and recitation by about 30 children. Organised by Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence recently, children as young as 5 years have beautifully presented Shloka rendition, classical and folk dances, guitar and piano alluring the captive audiences at Maharashtra Bhavan premises.
Neelam More Agarwal has compered the program and certificates have been awarded to all the participants by acclaimed life-coach Dr Vishwanath Kokkonda. Emphasising on the key role arts have on the development of children’s personality, Dr Kokkonda immensely appreciated the initiative as a cherishable important cornerstone in the cultural arena and congratulated all who complimented.
Ragasudha Vinjamuri has thanked all the parents for encouraging the kids to learn cultural aspects. Participants travelled as far afield as Milton Keynes to present their talent.
The event was hosted in aid of Save the Children to raise awareness of their work with children. Sanskruti Centre has been in the forefront in empowering children and women through performing arts and offering training in classical and folk dances of India since a decade.