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Moodabidre: Trinity ‘Naada Madhurya’ mesmerized the audience on the second day of Alvas Virasat at Puthige here on Saturday, January 14.
Purbayan Chatterjee on Sitaar, U Rajesh on Mandolin, Ranjith Berat, Gulraj Singh, Mohini Dey on Base Guitar and Bhushan Parchure took the audience to the world of music.
Businessman Narayan P M inaugurated the second day program by lighting the traditional lamp.
Master Rahul Vellal, a 9 year old boy from Bengaluru sung the devotional songs.
55 artists of Aradhana Dance Academy from Bhuvaneshwar displayed Odissi-Gotipuva dance ‘Angarag’.
Rope and Mallakamb by 80 students under the direction of Yogesh Malaviy, Ujjain and Basavaraj Bandivad, Kathak dance by 35 students of Ashimbandhu Bhattacharya from Kolkata enthralled the audience.
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