Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Prakash Utsav: DC inspects Gopal Maidan, Wadali brothers to perform

Jamshedpur : Preparations are in full swing for the three day extravaganza of the state-level Parkash Utsav from January 9 at Gopal Maidan in Bistupur to mark 350th birth anniversary of 10th Sikh guru, Gobind Singh.

Famous sufi singer Wadali Brothers from Amritsar and Kanwar Grewal from Ludhiana will perform during the event.

The extravaganza organized by state arts, culture, sports and youth affairs department along with East Singhbhum district administration will witness nearly 50,000 Sikh delegates. According to the information, some of the delegates will be coming from Patna and nearly 90 acclaimed artists who would be exhibiting their talents during the program culminating on January 9.

Chief minister Raghubar Das along with state sports, arts, culture and youth affairs minister Amar Kumar Bauri will be inaugurate the programme.

“ We want to make the event memorable. We are prepared for organizing the function in a grand manner and different committees have been formed for it’s success. Punjabi sufi singer Wadali Brothers (Puran chand Wadali and Pyarelal Wadali from Amritsar) and Ludhiana based sufi singer Kanwar Grewal are some of the star performers. We will also invite Bhai Jagjit Singh Dardi performing kirtan and Bhai Gurinder Singh performing nih angpradarshan (demonstration of Sikh martial arts) and an all religious conference,” said East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Amit Kumar.

Around 50,000 sq feet hangar would be constructed at the venue for the delegates along with a huge stage of nearly 2,400 sq feet. There will also be food courts for meals of delegates in nearly 24,000 sqft area.

“ Special arrangements are being made to ensure security. We have also made drone inspection to keep aerial watch on the venue apart from monitoring through CCTVs apart from deployment of police and RAF forces at the venue,” said a senior administrative official.

Moreover, arrangements will be made for bio-toilets and giant LED screens at various points of the ground and outside to enable people who cannot get into the ground to watch the performance.

The administration will also start an awareness van from the district collectorate tomorrow to inform masses about the three-day programme.

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