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Seva Darshan’s Seva Kiran 2017 mega event takes Kuwait by storm
March 15, 2017, 11:19 am

Seva Darshan Kuwait, a voluntary non-profit and charitable organization, organized Seva Kiran 2017 on the 25 February at the Marina Hall in Jleeb Al Shuyoukh. The Ambassador of India to Kuwait H.E. Sunil Jain inaugurated the function which was preceded by the rendering of the national song Vande Matharam by over 100 members of the Seva Darshan family.

Following the welcome address by General Secretary T. R. Sanjuraj, President Ajayakumar T. K presented the organization report. Shri S. Mohankumar introduced the project and Organizing Secretary Praveen Pillai gave the vote of thanks. Ayoob Kachery, Regional director of Grand Hyper Market delivered the felicitation speech. The first copy of the souvenir with 'Seva' as the theme was handed over by cultural secretary Vibheesh Thikkodi to Shri. N. K. Ramachandran, Chairman, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Middle East.

The musical dance drama, ' Aarshakeralam' presented by over 180 artists from Seva Darshan and prominent dance schools in Kuwait, Upasana Dance Studio, Thapasya and Bhavan's Rhythmscape, was appreciated by the audience. The two and half-hour drama narrated the story of the personalities who led the cultural and social revolution in Kerala. The script was written by Dr. Madhu Meenachil with recording done by Sreeragam Studios and direction by Seva Darshan.

The 'Sounds for Seva' instrumental fusion was led by renowned percussionists Padmasree Mattanur Sakarankurry. He was joined by Thavil Vidhan Karunamoorthy, vocalist Palakkad Sreeram, Flute and saxophone player Josey Allapuzha, keyboardist Prakash Ullieyri, violinist Abhijit Nair and Perunna Harikumar on the mrithangam. The event was coordinated by Veda Events Kuwait. The organizer’s thanked the guests, who had enjoyed the whole day, for providing their moral support to the event.

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