Mangaluru, January 12: Thirty visually challenged artistes from Sonal production-Mumbai and Nandu kadams, presented the musical evening during which the audience were enthralled by the performance of an artiste who sung song resembling female voice.
Blind and differently-abled youngsters presented their awesome performances during the third day of ‘Alva’s Virasat’, national cultural festival, held at Palace Ground, Vidyagiri in Moodbidri on Saturday January 10th.
Other artistes also entertained the audience by singing film songs such as Maine Pyar Kiya, Dharmathma, Moghul-E Aazaam and others.
Directed by Sayyed Salavuddin Pasha from New Delhi, ‘Miracle on Wheels’, a presentation by visually challenged from ‘Ability Animated Foundation’ made the gathered speech-less.
Punjabi folklore dances presented by students of a college in Punjab, Gujarati variety of folk dances performed by artistes of Ranga Malhar Performing Arts, Ahmedabad, and cultural extravaganza presented by Alva’s educational institutions also succeeded in making the event a grand success.
Students from G C Nail College, Patran showcased variety of folk dances, artistes from Ranga Malhar Performing Arts- Ahmadabad, Gujrat presented Gujrathi folk dances and cultural performances were presented by students of Alvas College on third day too.