Over the weekend, Gurgaon Utsav – the city’s decade-old cultural festival – returned to the Millennium City and brought with itself a host of artists.
On the opening night, popular dastango Mahmood Farooqui enthralled Gurgaon audiences with his latest dastangoi Dastan-e-Karn Az Mahabharat at AravallI Biodiversity Park , while the fest concluded with a power-packed Sufi performance by Nooran sisters of Patakha Guddi fame.
In between, Prahlad Tipanya performed Kabir’s works in the folk tradition.The sisters made Gurugrammers groove to their tunesOrganised by The Arts and Literature Foundation in partnership with the MCG and Haryana government’s Department of Cultural Affairs, the festival brings to Gurgaon every year three performances from the folk arts in the open amphitheatre within the Biodiversity Park.Sandeep Khirwar, Commissioner, GurgaonVinay Pratap Singh, Deputy Commissioner, GurgaonGurugrammers cheer out loud at the fest
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