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Assam's classical dance session was held at Mewar University.

The internationally famed Sattriya dancer Anwesa Mahanta performed classical Sattriya from Assam at Mewar University on Tuesday. The event was inaugurated by lighting a lamp on Goddess Saraswati. The performance was enjoyed by the students, officials, and faculty members of the university.
In the dance, Shri Vandana, Krishna Sudama's episode, and Mother Devi's choice were displayed with their gestures and mesmerized the audience. He also taught the audience about the details of the dance form. The dancer was accompanied by Debajit Saikia on the khol instrument, Gautham Bayan on vocals, and Prasanna Barua on the flute. In the program, J.P. Bhatnagar, a former national executive member of SPIC Macay, gave information about the SPIC Macay organization.
Professor Emeritus Dr. Chitralekha Singh said that various types of dance courses are going on in the Department of Fine Arts at Mewar University and talked to the higher officials of the university about including Sattriya classical dance in them, which will allow students to learn Indian classical music. On this occasion, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Dr. Alok Mishra, encouraged all the artists and said that classical music is the identity of the tradition and culture of our country. Mewar University is making and will make every effort to promote dance art over classical music.

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