Amritsar- The second version of ‘The Sacred Amritsar’, introduced by Sleepwell and supported by Rangla Punjab, had its opening reception late final night that featured well-known poets and performers.

Renowned Indian lyricist and playback singer Swanand Kirkere; playwright, author, and podcaster Sarbpreet Singh; and educational, architect, and poet Sarbjot Singh Behl, joined author and poet Saumya Kulshreshtha in a session celebrating poetry and the profound influence it carries.

They recited a number of verses.

A efficiency by Sufi singer Karam Rajput was additionally organised.

The Reception set the tone for the following two days, that includes a variety of programmes, together with morning and night musical performances at ‘The Earth’ and Gobindgarh Fort respectively, discourse at The Partition Museum within the afternoons, a specially-curated heritage stroll, and rather more.

The pageant was inaugurated by Namita Gautam Director – Managing Trustee, Sleepwell Foundation and Managing Director, Teamwork Arts, Sanjoy Okay. Roy.

Gautam stated: “While our main focus is on enhancing sleep high quality, we additionally consider in prioritising the well-being of people. Our dedication lies not solely in guaranteeing a restful night time’s sleep but additionally in offering a serene surroundings to expertise ‘Sukoon’.”

Welcoming everybody to the second version of the pageant, Roy stated: “We are delighted to open the second Sleepwell presents ‘The Sacred Amritsar’, a tribute to the rich cultural heritage and illustrious history of the region and the holy city. Over two days, one will witness an immersive and intellectually stimulating journey through poetry, Sufi music, engaging discourse, and immersive heritage walks. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights into the essence of our collective heritage and identity and history of the city.”

The morning musical performances of the pageant will unfold at The Earth Amritsar, whereas the night performances might be towards the majestic backdrop of the Gobindgarh Fort.

The afternoon classes at The Partition Museum, a few of that are introduced by Rangla Punjab, will characteristic a variety of enriching conversations by outstanding thinkers, performers, poets, writers, and artists.

Today’s classes and performances embody, ‘Punjab Rang Manch: Journey of Theatre in Punjab’, which can witness Rajender Singh in dialog with Jitender Brar, ‘A Game of Fire’ during which Navdeep Suri might be in dialog with Kishwar Desai and ‘Romance in Punjab’, which can witness a dialog between Arvinder Chamak and Jasmeet Kaur Nayyar.

The night performances will embody ‘Dastan-e-Sahir’ with Himanshu Bajpai and Pragya Sharma, and ‘Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein: A rock opera by Dastaan Live’ and a efficiency by Bir Singh.

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