We celebrated IInd poetry festival by releasing Dogari special
in Abhinava (Jammu & Kashmir) in collaboration with the J&K
Academy of Arts, Culture and Languages on 4 July 2006.
Nukkadh Natak ( street play) ) - "theeth" (insight) was played
by Rangayug artists in the opening in front of the theater. The
esteemed group of artists and lecturers enjoyed the play as much
as the common men of the city.
Noted singer artist Naina Sapru sang a beautiful Dogari folk
song- Nirbhay singh Salathiya presented " meri gali cha fera
daal ja tu mra ji nii lagada"; afterwards a duet was presented
by both the singers- "kapde dhoaan kanne roaankunjua bitch
button nishani O.." Three artists recited the poems of famous
Rajkumar Bahrupiya , noted actor of Rangyug recited Kehari Singh
Madhukar's poem- 'be charag bastiyan' followed by 'mu uain par
mullah jade mane cha jaldi jalan aih mre samen da chalan aih.'
Chanchal Sharma, the noted singer, presented Padma Sachdeva's
poetry and Dr Sudher Mahajan recited the poem of Mohan Lal
Sapoliya. Prof. Ved Bhasin , the chairman of " The Kashmir
Times" group of publications- congratulated the Kritya team for
making an effort to explore the gems of literature in the
regional languages and providing them exposure at the
The Kashmir Times, Jammu
Wednesday, July 5, 2006 JAMMU,
July 4; Art and literature unite the hearts so efforts should be
made to use them as a binding force to create a "new world"
imbuing only peace and prosperity -- was the underlying message
on the momentous occasion of release ceremony of the first ever Dogri poetry: A special number of web magazine www.kritya.in
The function was organized by Organization of Art, Culture,
Languages (OACL), Kerala on the occasion of "Kavita Utsav- II"
in collaboration with J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages
(JKAACL) at Abhinav Theatre. The Web magazine was released by
OACL 's founder Director Dr Rati Saxena, who was the guest of
honour in the function, while Chairman "The Kashmir Times" group
of publications Ved Bhasin graced the occasion as the chief