Doha: ICC organizes Natyanjali Dance Festival

Media Release

Doha, Nov 29: To showcase the talent, the annually Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) organizes the Natyanjali Dance Festival. This year 23rd Natyanjali was conducted on November 27, 2021 at 7 pm at ICC Ashoka Hall. The event was attended by the Indian community, parents and was streamed on Facebook and YouTube live. The dance festival was conducted in line with Covid-19 guidelines and 42 ICC students actively participated.

The evening began with the welcome speech by Mohan Kumar, head of inhouse activities. Noreen Thottan and Nikita Flujo anchored the dance festival.

The chief guest of the evening was Dr Sahil Kumar, second secretary for Political and Economic at the Embassy of India in Qatar, who addressed the gathering. A presidential speech was delivered by Subramanya Hebbagelu, vice-president ICC.

On behalf of ICC, Dr Sahil Kumar presented a memento in appreciation to dance teacher Matilda was and certificates to all participating students.

The other dignitaries present were ICC President PN Baburajan, general secretary Krishna Kumar, other ICC MC members, and guest of the evening was Anajan Ganguly, past ICC joint secretary.

Anish George Mathew, head of HR, Premises & sports, proposed a vote of thanks.


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