Secretary, JKAACL, Zaffar Iqbal Manhas, Special Secretary, Culture, Tilal Raj Sharma, Additional Secretary, JKAACL, s. Savita Bakshi, Dogri Music lovers and prominent citizens were present on the occasion.
The Minister was speaking at a Dogri Light Musical Programme ‘Motiya Khalarya Khasboo’ organized by J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages (JKAACL) at Abhinav Theatre, here this evening.
Bhalla said that such types of programmes encourage the budding artists by providing them opportunity to explore their hidden talent besides extending the facilities of great entertainment to the people of the region. He asked the JKAACL to put in their sincere and dedicated efforts in shaping the talent of artists by organizing such type of programmes on national and international levels.
The Minister further said that during the reign of Maharaja Ranbir Singh, Dogri was the official language of the
On the occasion, Ms. Anita Sharma, Ms. Supriya, Ms. Laxmi, Suraj Singh, Ms. Nidhi Kaile, Darmesh Nargotra, Ms. Rita Rani, Ms. Bishan Dass, Ms. Supriya, Jeevan Sharma and Sham Sajan presented a colourful Dogri items which were appreciated by the audience.