Interschool dance competition winners posing for a group photo at Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua.

Excelsior correspondent
KATHUA, November 23: In an effort to hone students’ dance skills and instill cultural ethics under the aegis of Jammu Sahodya, an interschool folk dance competition was held by the Jammu Sanskrit School, here.
Ganshyam Singh, DC Additional Kathua was the main guest on the occasion,
Aruna Sharma (District Education Planning Officer) was the guest of honor and Nirmal Mahana (President of Jammu Sahodaya) was the special guest.
Arjun Hans (JRF, Department of Finance, Jammu University) and US Liza (JRF, Department of English, Jammu University) were the jury members.
Students from various schools exhibited their immense potential and the rich diverse cultural heritage of India.
A plethora of vibrant folk dances from different states of India such as Rajsthani, Dogri, Haryanvi, Lavni, Bhangra, Gidda and so on were performed by young and talented students from different schools in Jammu Sahodaya school complex.
The prizes were bagged by the Sai International School, Hiranagar and the Akhnoor Army Public School.
Ganshyam Singh praised the efforts of the host school under Jammu Sahodaya Lighthouse for providing a stage for students from different schools to showcase India’s rich folk culture through their incredible dance performances.
Nirmal Mahana, President Jammu Sahodaya congratulated the participants and was mesmerized by the level of confidence of the students.
She also put forward a vote of thanks.

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