Jayaho Golconda & Telangana Vaibhavam Event at Golconda Fort by FLO
In a rare of sorts, Golconda will be the venue for Jayaho Colconda & Telangana Vaibhavam Cultural program to be held in the city tomorrow.
Golconda Fort will be a perfect setting. It is a different kind of a cultural program where the dancer Deepika Reddy and 25 students will speak heritage through their dance, announced Padma Rajgopal, Chairperson of FICCI Ladies Organization (Flo), Hyderabad Chapter in a press note issued in city today.
Deepika Reddy is one of the leading exponents of the Kuchipudi art form in the present times. She is a renowned dancer, choreographer, guru and cultural ambassador, Padma informed.
The entire event will take place in two parts. The first part, Jayaho Golconda will be performed for 13 minutes. In which the performers will highlight the history and past glory of Golconda through their dance form.
After a short break, the second part—Telangana Vaibhavam will be held for 33 minutes. In this sequence, the performers will bring to life the various monuments, historical and tourist centers of the state through the dance.
It is a unique event in many aspects with a purpose, described Padma Rajgopal. It is rare, and not many are fortunate to witness it in the backdrop of the Heritage monument like Golconda. The Citadel, Golconda fort is the perfect setting for the theme of the cultural program. Our team has strived hard to put up the show together. It is an event exclusively organized for FLO members. However, guests are also welcome, but they can do so by buying a donor pass which is available for Rs500/- For details, please contact 7032298148 informed Padma Rajgopal.
Deepika has performed extensively in prestigious dance festivals in India and abroad. Some of her significant performances are the closing ceremony of the Festival of India in Berlin, Germany; Rashtrapathi Bhavan in the presence of President of India, Prime Minister of India and the Russian President. The other include the Sri Lankan Parliament; the inaugural of "Year of India" at the Bolshoi Theatre in Russia; she being conferred honorary citizenship after her performance in Hiroshima, Japan; International Festival of Bangkok and Jeonjhu Sori International Festival, South Korea. Other places she has performed are France, Serbia, Singapore, Turkey, Indonesia, Germany and the United States. She choreographed and presented Kuchipudi in the production "Ritu Samhar" directed by Pandit Birju Maharaj.