New Delhi: A musical evening by renowned Ghazal singer Sakheel Ahmed organized by Urdu Ghar and curated by Dr. Mridula Tandon at New Delhi was a great success.
“Life is dull, boring and would have been like a mistake without music. Music makes you spiritual, full of zest and enthusiasm and works like a medicine to mental health,” said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios speaking to the music lovers in the capacity of chief guest.
Urdu Ghar is one of the oldest organizers in India created by Maulana Azad way back in 1903. A new building was constructed at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg in Delhi in 1977.
Sandeep Marwah thanked audience for their participation and said that we need to encourage artists to keep our Indian music alive. Marwah also informed people that AAFT also has a School of Performing Arts and giving training in music.
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