STATE TIMES NEWS
SRINAGAR: Ahead of upcoming G20 Tourism Working Group meeting scheduled to take place in Srinagar from May 21, the Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages (JKAACL) on Monday evening held a musical evening at Tagore Hall. The event is aimed to imbue the music loving valley with an invigorating sense of joy while highlighting the abundant artistic talents of the region. Secretary Tourism and Culture, Dr. Syed Abid Rashid Shah, graced the occasion, accompanied by Secretary and Additional Secretary JKAACL, Bharat Singh and Sanjeev Rana respectively.
The event also attracted a multitude of enthusiastic attendees including school children, who were captivated by the impressive performances showcased by the artists. The young artists of the valley received well deserved acclaim and admiration for their exceptional talents. This event underscores the unwavering commitment of JKAACL towards promoting culture and traditions of Jammu and Kashmir aiming to create an even more captivating and mesmerizing atmosphere.
These events, organized by the Jammu Kashmir Academy, will continue till May 30, 2023, captivating audiences at various tourist destinations in Srinagar.
By embracing the essence of joy and celebrating the spirit of music, culture and tradition, these endeavors strive to foster a profound and enduring connection between the outside world and the magnificent valley.