On a beautiful evening, Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Bangkok, hosted an unforgettable evening of Indian classical music and dance. The event featured renowned Sarod Maestro, Mr. Arnab Bhattacharya, and Noted Tabla Artist, Mr. Nilimesh Chakraborty, who thrilled the audience with their musical talent. The performance was followed by a Kathak Dance Drama & Jugalbandi by Guru Murali Mohan Kalvakalva, a senior Kathak Artist.
The event was attended by a wide range of people, including dignitaries, diaspora members, HoDs of Music Departments, and students from local universities. Everyone was mesmerized by the performances of the artists and their captivating display of the Indian classical music and dance.
The audience was enthralled by the intricate sounds of the Sarod and Tabla, and the graceful movements of the Kathak. The music and dance created a beautiful atmosphere that captivated the hearts and minds of everyone in the audience.
The performance was a unique opportunity to experience the beauty and richness of Indian classical music and dance. It was a memorable night that will be cherished by everyone who attended. The Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Bangkok, is to be commended for hosting such a wonderful event and for giving the audience an opportunity to appreciate and enjoy the wonders of Indian culture.
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