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 Soorya (Singapore)

For the finest in Indian classical and performing arts.


Objectives

  • To showcase the finest in Indian art & culture through performances by high quality talents, and thereby to increase the level of art appreciation, awareness and art presence in Singapore
  • To help develop Singapore as a distinctive global city for the arts
  • To deliver outstanding Indian art & cultural events to the Singaporean audience at very affordable prices
  • To foster the spirit of integration through culture by cross cultural and multi-ethnic, multi-racial exchanges, interactions and experiments in the domain of art and culture.
  • To revive and re-invigorate the less popular or dying folk arts by giving wider exposure.
  • To mentor, encourage and cultivate promising young and old local talents, in the field of art and culture.

Gita Jayanti (Singapore)
presents

Krishna Manjari 2020

Celebrating Bhagavad Gita through Art & Culture  

event coordinated by 

Soorya (Singapore)


The event scheduled for 07 Mar 2020 is POSTPONED
due to the current Corona Virus situation at Singapore.

The same programme (described below) will be held at future date which will be announced, as soon as there is clarity on the virus situation and there is less risk.

Tickets purchased for the 7th Mar event will be honoured for the new date.

For any questions,
please do call or text +(65) 9389 0407.

 

Event Highlights:

(1) Leading performing artistes of Singapore from diverse community groups bring you a rare experience of Indian classical and folk dances, songs, devotional music etc on the theme of Bhagavad Gita.

(2) Bhajan concert by
Sooryagayathri (India), the young internet sensation with a golden voice who is capturing the hearts of music lovers across the globe, with over 150 million youtube viewership. The blessed singer whose Bhava-filled, soulful singing has been compared to that of the legendary doyenne, M S Subbulakshmi. She will be accompanied on Mridangam by Anil (her father) and local artists.

 

Gita Jayanti (Singapore)

Gita Jayanti 2019-20 is led by Singapore North India Hindu Association (SNIHA) with the support of various Indian community organizations and temples of Singapore. Gita Jayanti is a sub-committee of the Hindu Endowments Board.

For details on Gita Jayanti (Singapore), please visit www.gitajayanti.org.sg.

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