Chandigarh, March 24, 2021: A Delhi-based charitable organization ‘Ruhaniyat Foundation’ organized the 3rd edition of ‘Ruhaniyat Chandigarh Live Show 2021’ at 26 Boulevard, in Sector 26 here.
The Chief Guests’ of the occasion were the wife of UT Adviser Lippi Parida and Pradip Kumar Yadav, IG (Technical), Chandigarh, and the Guests’ of Honour were Sunaini Sharma, daughter of Punjabi folk singer Dolly Guleria; Babita Kapoor, a renowned theatre artiste & Poet, and Sharmita Bhinder, a social worker and founder of EmPower NGO.
The event was organized to provide a platform to young local artists, who want to showcase their art to larger audiences. During the event, two young performers, both autistic – Vaibhav Singh and Yashvardhan Rathore left the audience spellbound with their singing prowess.
The organizers stated that Ruhaniyat is an endeavor to promote the visibility of artists in a free-thinking society and provide a safe space for expression and acknowledgment.
The organizers informed that through the third edition and upcoming editions, they are trying to find underprivileged artists of India who are struggling during the pandemic and have no source of income. At Ruhaniyat, the aim is to bring newer artists into public view and promote different forms of expression, paving a way for artists to build their confidence so that they become active members of the performing arts culture.
At the event, the merchandise was also distributed to the performers and attendees as a token of gratitude. It is noteworthy that a city-based performing arts society – ‘The Narrators’ partnered in the event. The other partners included ‘Munch’, ‘Tricity Kennels’, & ‘Cookie Affair’ among others.