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Pune: Upasana Global Forum and Lalitkala Kendra (Gurukul) jointly celebrated the 163rd birth anniversary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore on Sunday the 5th of May in Lalitkala Kendra of Savitribai phule pune University.

The program started with a Sandhya pheri , led by our chief guest Dr. Partha Ghose and Dr. Keshavchaitanya Kunte, where children , men and women sang songs, recited poems and danced to the song and music from repertoire of Rabindranath Tagore as they traveled alongside the walkway of SPPU encircling the main building .

Thereafter the cultural program was held in Namdev Sabhagruha, where homage was paid to Gurudev through rendition of two Rabindrasangeets sung by the students of the music department of Lalitkala Kendra ( Gurukul) under the able guidance of Dr. KeshavChaitanya Kunte who had translated the first song “ Hey Nutan ……” into Marathi

Five post graduate students of Dance, Music and Theatre department of Lalitkala Kendra ( Gurukul) were felicitated and conferred with Rabindra Puraskars.

Our chief guest Shri Partha Ghose the eminent physicist, writer, philosopher, musician and Rabindra Scholar gave us an enlightening talk on Tagore’s creative world and his understanding of the scientific implications of various natural phenomena, with special mention on his play Nataraj Ritu Rangashala or theatre of seasons This “ Nrityanatya” was subsequently jointly presented by friends of Upasana and out students of Lalitkala Kendra .

It was a mesmerizing performance by the students where the interaction between Nataraj ie Lord Shiva with different seasons were brilliantly portrayed through dance recitals supported with excellent music backed up exquisite poetic narrations in Hindi and rendition of lovely songs in Bengali. It was truly a result of harmonious collaboration.

The tenth year of this collaborative effort between Upasana Global and Lalitkala Kendra has come a long way in spreading the awareness on Tagore in our multilingual society of Pune and surely future endeavors would further strengthen this bond of cultural assimilation.

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