Mumbai: Mumbai Bhavans Cultural Centre – Andheri, to conduct Three Day Literary Festival…
*Madiya Mohatsav* ‘ to celebrate
the Birth Anniversary of Iconic Writer- Filmmaker and Visionary Shri Kanti Madiya
Mumbai: A three day Literary Festival, *Madiya Mohatsav* to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Iconic Writer- Filmmaker and Visionary Shri Kanti Madiya is to be conducted by Bhawan’s Culture Centre which is the unit of Bhartiya Vidhya
Notably, more than 30 Luminaries from Gujarati Theatre & Well known Poets are congregating on *BCCA YouTube Channel* to celebrate Art & Culture in in its True Spirit.
*India* – 6.30pm, *USA* (East Coast)-9am,(West Coast) – 6am
*UK* – 2 pm, *UAE* – 5 pm
*CANADA* – 9am, *AUSTRALIA* – 11pm
Interacting with Hello Mumbai News Editor-In-Chief, Aleem Sheikh, Mr. Lalit Shah, Administrator, Bhavans Culture Centre Andheri, ” Bhartiya Bhawan Culture Centre which is the unit of Bhartiya Vidhya Bhavan comes this unique concept during lockdown. He added that their motive is to spread indian art and cuture globally in society.
Through this concept we have requested the people to enrol as a member and donate , Rs.14,00 per person annually and get 200 Programme live.
They will get all big performing Theatre Personalities like Nadira Babbar, Kanti Madiya, Sarita Joshi and Anil Chawda. Their Online subcription is free only and we are collecting membership to sustain artistes. This online concept will give a big platform to Performing Artistes and it will be an entertaining event for people to enjoy watching while sitting at home. Once they subcribe to youtube channel they will get 200 programme in a year. Its a cheapest cultural activity and such kind of activity will promote our Art and Cuture amid lockdown.
He further said , Art and Culture is an integral part of our society. We cant survive without it.
Amid the lockdown people are reeling through tough times like depression and mental stress. So art is the only option they can get to enjoy. Secondly it is an unique platform for the artists too.
Shakespeare once said “The show must go on.”
Mr. Hemant M Shah, prominent Canadian businessman says that he holds very cordial affection for Bhavans. He is much pleased that Bhavan’s Cultural Centre has taken the advantage of this great opportunity by launching a new Youtube channel, being the first of its kind . He is extremely contented with their decision. He affirms that the name Bhavans will always remain etched in his heart as he is one of the Alumni of Bhavan’s College. He shares memories to cherish them in his whole life.
News Edit by K.V.Raman