Daljit Dosanjh roosts World Music Day in Chandigarh

Diljit DosanjhChandigarh, June 21, 2013: World Music Day is celebrated today across the globe. Its celebration all over left, its footprints in Chandigarh too, with Chandigarh Tourism & CITCO organizing a live musical performance by renowned Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh alongwith with other popular singers.  The Evening unfolded with a live performance by a Shimla Based Rock band  “Shabd”.The musical band  regaled the visitors and the public at large

The members include Lead Vocalist Saurav Kathania, Bassist Hitesh, Guitarist Ashish , Drummer Bhanu Sood The performers unveiled the evening with a melodies composition Vaande Maatram followed by the song Garaj Baras , another hits ro ro ke , ranja and many more etc. With gaining so much popularity after performing across North India, the band group made the youngsters go crazy and dance in merriment. The music lovers could find their quantum for Entertainment during the evening hours when celebrations were at peak with audience thronging and pouring from all corners of the Shopping Centre , which was jam packed at Plaza Sector 17 .The bouquet of entertainment has been brought by Chandigarh tourism and CITCO. The evening saw thunderous Punjabi performances by Diljit Dosanjh. He opened his performance with song titled Khadkoo followed by Panga peh Jaave, Mr.Singh, Fatoh da yaar, dil and many more hits from his Punjabi movies.

Music Lovers and Spectators were in for a special treat as the World Music Day brought a blend of various genres of music such as Punjabi performance and Fusion bands on a beautiful platform in Sector 17.

News Team

We are a citizen journalism news Web site based in INDIA,that aims to put a human face on the news by showcasing vivid, first-person stories from individuals involved in current events. "We are driven by the belief that writing in the first person is more compelling than traditional journalism because it almost always requires the inclusion of personality. Third-person “he-said-she-said” reporting can mask the truth while making the reporter’s prejudice appear objective. "We invite ordinary people to tell their stories and photographs for free, letting readers vote on their favourites. The highest-rated stories star on the web site’s main pages, netting citizen journalists’ names high ratings and exposure on web search engines.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: