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Indian Culture: Global Artists Sway To Dandiya Beats | Lucknow News

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Lucknow: Musicians and singers from around 27 countries were treated to the rich Indian culture when they danced to the tunes of Dandiya music at the Rajajipuram branch of the City Montessori School, on Monday.
These musicians and singers are a part of the orchestra which will present a western classical music concert on Carl Off’s composition, Carmina Burana, at the Kanpur road branch of the school on October 28.
The music reverberated on the campus as revellers danced to the tune of popular dandiya songs and enjoyed to the fullest. Teachers and students also had a gala time during the event.
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