Ujjain: Triveni Museum anniversary celebrations concluded on Saturday with cultural programmes, and eye catching classical and folk dances. The concluding day programme was dedicated to lord Krishna. Gujarati Raas, ‘Raas avam Kaliya mardan by lord Krishna’ and ‘Krishanasabadam’ were staged in Kuchipudi style by renowned artist Bhawana Reddy and her group.
Spectators enjoyed dance drama ‘Krishnaye Namh’ in Puruliya and Mayurbhanj Chhau dance styles. Short dance dramas ‘Kaliya daman’, ‘Radha-Krishana’, ‘Krishna Balram’, and ‘Geeta avam Narakasur Vadh’ were staged which enthralled the audience.
Gond tribal dance ‘Thatya Nritya’, a traditional dance of tribal areas of district Baitul, was beautifully presented which mesmerised the art loving spectators. Gujarati Dandiya raas and Semmukhen nritya of Uttarakhand received huge applause of audience.
Officer in charge Avadhesh Shrivastava said, Indian culture and art have been showcased in the museum by portraits and sculptures for promoting Indian values and ancient forms of art. He informed that on the concluding day programme Prof Balkrishna Sharma, Prof Shailendra Sharma, Dr Shiv Chourasiya and Dr Jeevansingh Thakur were the guests of honour. Vinod Gurjar conducted the programme, he added.