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Sravana Sangeetha Lahari 2009

Sravana Sangeetha Lahari 2009

Musical Trinity - Tyagaraja, Muthuswamy Dikshitar and Shyma Sastry

The month of Sravana has its own significance in the traditional Indian Calendar. This month brings about festive mood and enhances spirituality. On the other hand, Sangeetham / Music - satisfies the heart as well as mind and goes deep into realms where emotion and intellect coalesce into intuition. Thus Sangeetham in Sravana on the school campus on 7th August 2009 was a great synthesis to bestow prosperity on people.


Sri C Srinivasan, Principal welcomed the Chief Guest Dr. Ramachandra N Galla, Chairman, Amararaja Group of companies other dignitaries and the audience. Sri P V Krishna Reddy, Executive Vice Chairman, presided over the function. The chief guest inaugurated the festival.


Dr N Satyanarayana Raju, Hony. Director and Treasurer in his speech emphasized that one of the objectives of Bhavans is revitalization of culture and to assimilate ancient knowledge with modern education. He also mentioned about the three major annual events of Bhavan's Tirupati Kendra - Vasantha Pravachanamruthuam in April (vasantha Ruthu), Sravana Sangeetha Lahari - a music dance festival in the month of August (Sravana Masa) and Karteeka Gnanamrutham during the month of November (Kartheeka Masa)


Sri P V Krishna Reddy, Executive Vice Chairman in his address, mentioned that the main objective of the programme is to promote Indian culture and to inculcate awareness among the younger generation about our rich culture and heritage.

The Guest of the day Dr. Ramachandra N Galla appreciated the efforts of the institution for providing a lot of scope for prompting cultural values. He insisted that the responsibility of the institution is not only preparing a student to write exams but also tot each the life skills necessary in this competition world. Sri P Somayajulu, a Violin Maestro and the H.O.D. of Violins, S V college of Music and Dance was felicitated on the same occasion.


The much awaited cultural programme begin with the dance Pushpanjali. The students rendered melodious composition of Musical Trinity - Tyagaraja, Muthuswamy Dikshitar and Shyma Sastry - and allured the audience. The students of primary classes danced for Annamayya Keerthanas. The spell bound performance of the participants mesmerized the audience