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Vaisakhi Night 2023 to Feature Bhangra, Gidda, and Turban Competition on April 30th at MNPS Auditorium

Vaisakhi Night 2023, hosted by Royal Decor & Sunny Bhangra Group, to feature Turban Competition, Bhangra, Giddha, and more at MNPC Auditorium.

Jamshedpur – Royal Decor and Sunny Bhangra Group announced Saturday their plan to host Vaisakhi Night 2023, a vibrant cultural event for the Sikh community, on April 30th.

The festivities will take place at the Motilal Nehru Public School (MNPS) Auditorium in Bistupur, Jamshedpur, and will include a Turban Competition, Sikh Martial Art (Gatka), Kathak Dance, Bhangra, and Giddha performances.

Organizers shared details of the event during a press conference at a hotel in Golmuri.

Jasveer Singh Gill explained that the program aims to inspire Sikh children and foster community connections.

Entry to the event will be granted through passes, and those interested in participating in the Turban Competition can obtain more information by contacting 70044 72221 or 77618 42855.

Jagjit Singh Jaggi and Sunny Singh revealed that the program will commence at 4:30 pm and will also honor the participating winners with due respect.

Several dignitaries from the community will attend the event, and they will be acknowledged from the stage.

Gurpreet Singh’s Gatka group from Sitaramdera will enthrall the youth with their performance. The event will conclude with the distribution of Guru’s Atoot Langar among the audience.

Avinash Singh Khalsa, Harpal Singh Happy, Karan Singh, Satnam Singh, Mandeep Singh Ladi, Gagandeep Singh, and Manjit Singh Gill were also present at the press conference.

Vaisakhi Night 2023, hosted by Royal Decoro & Sunny Bhangra Group, to feature Turban Competition, Bhangra, Giddha, and more at MNPC Auditorium.


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  1. The performance of Giddha is characterized by a unique blend of grace, vigor, and vivacity. The dancers form a circle, called a “boliyan,” and take turns to step forward, creating a captivating rhythm with their feet. The dancers synchronize their movements with the beats of the dhol, a traditional Punjabi drum, which sets the pace and adds a pulsating energy to the performance.
    Accompanied by rhythmic clapping, singing, and melodious folk songs, the dancers of Giddha use a variety of graceful gestures and expressions to convey stories and emotions. The lyrics of these folk songs, known as “boliyan,” often revolve around themes of love, relationships, and social issues, giving voice to the aspirations, joys, and struggles of Punjabi women. One of the most captivating aspects of Giddha is the spontaneous and interactive nature of the dance. While performing, the dancers engage in playful banter, witty exchanges, and quick improvisations, showcasing their wit and creativity. This interaction between the dancers, known as “jhummar,” adds an element of lightheartedness and camaraderie to the performance, fostering a sense of unity and celebration within the community.

  2. Bhangra dance has transcended regional boundaries, captivating audiences worldwide with its infectious energy and celebratory vibe. Its popularity soared in the 1980s with the emergence of Punjabi music videos, showcasing Bhangra’s foot-tapping melodies and lively dance moves. Bhangra’s unique fusion of traditional and modern elements has influenced various international dance forms and musical genres. Today, Bhangra is a vibrant part of global music and dance culture, with its pulsating beats and footwork finding their way into popular Bollywood films, international music festivals, and dance competitions.

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