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Dance & music dominates NADA annual function

Staff Reporter Dimapur, July 14
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Published on 15 Jul. 2017 12:28 AM IST
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Nritya Academy of Dance & Arts (NADA) on Friday organised its annual programme at Town Hall, Dimapur, wherein students and staff of NADA enthralled the audience with impressive dance items and music.
The programme which began with a colourful and cheerful welcome dance “Ganesh vandana” saw many dance items like Nepali dance, Adivasi dance, Assamese dance, Bengali dance, nucleya dance, Manipuri dance, flash mob solo dances, group dance, dance by kids and crowd favourite—Bollywood dance. The gathering was also serenaded with melodious Hindi songs by NADA proprietress, Neera Serpali and her husband, Kiran.
In a short speech, chief guest of the programme, Dr. Y.G. Zhimomi (paediatrician), lauded NADA proprietress for her contribution in the field of dance and arts in Nagaland.
He said within three years the academy has produced remarkable talents in the field of music and art. Dr. Zhimomi lamented that though people in Nagaland are talented due to lack of opportunity and guidance many youths go “haywire”. He lauded NADA for providing a platform to young talents to shine and make it their career. Asserting that dance and music signifies the highest form of human creativity, he said it was so pure and powerful that it touches the soul. 
He said the young and old should realise that life was very transient and that one should not sit idle as it could lead to depression and asked each one to incorporate activities that would made life worthwhile.
Guest of honour, lieutenant colonel, Akhilesh Kumar also highlighted the importance of music and dance in life. He also appreciated the love and affection people of Nagaland cultivate towards music and dance. 

 
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