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Navratra Festival: 9 qualify for grand finale of signing competition

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Reasi , 17 Oct 2018

Nine among the fourteen contestants qualified for grand finale of All India Devotional Song Competition being held here as part of Navratra festival.The finalists include Sukhjinder Jit from Amritsar, Kripal&Rashpal Brothers from Punjab, Kaustubh from Rajasthan, Pranabha Sharma from Jammu, Malkit Kadri from Punjab, Anmol Raj from Punjab, Khushi Shubh from ChambaHP,MahinderSoni from Jammu, Lalit Bhardwaj from Jammu and other 3 contestants have been kept in waiting list namely Sushmita from Jammu, Saisha Gupta from Jammu and Aditya Kumar from Jammu.The winner of the grand finale will be awarded with gold worth Rs 3 lakh besides a recording contract with Venus Records & Tapes. The runner ups will be rewarded with prize money of Rs 1 lakh and Rs 50,000 respectively.The event is being organised jointly by Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board and J&K Tourism Department and others in association with Shraddha Mh One & J&K Bank with the active support of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Super Speciality Hospital, Surya Milk, Pure Roots Herbal, Nidesh Builders Jammu, Divinity, Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM, PHDCCI, Yog Ashram Trust, District Administration and the local community.The semifinal event was adjudged by the panels of experts in music including Prof. Anupama Sharma, Lecturer Music Govt. Degree College Parade, who has performed in India as well as abroad including USA, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela & Bangladesh, Dr. Surinder Sharma Head of the department Govt. Degree College Sanjoli Himachal Pradesh, Dr. C.L Verma Ex. Chairman Post Graduate University of Himachal Pardesh whereas former Winners Anjusha&Sonali Dogra were there for their expert comments.Besides giving their valuable comments with regard to the participants the powerful live presentations of Anjusha and Sonali Dogra mesmerized the audience.The proceeding was conducted by Rakesh Wazir - the Chairman of the   competition.

 

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