Mysuru Winter Festival: Rajesh Krishnan and Anuradha Bhat mesmerise gathering at Palace

Mysuru Winter Festival: Rajesh Krishnan and Anuradha Bhat mesmerise gathering at Palace

December 26, 2017

Mysuru: As part of Mysuru Winter Festival, the third day (Dec.25) of cultural programme at Palace premises featured a musical nite by Rajesh Krishnan and troupe last evening which enthralled the gathering. The song ‘Usire usire ee usira kolla beda’ rendered by Rajesh Krishnan mesmerised the large number of visitors.

Singer Anuradha Bhat rendered ‘Naanu Nodida Modala Veera Baalu Kalisida Salahegaara Beragu Moodiso Jaadugaara Appaa’ upholding the greatness of a father.

Rajesh Krishnan came out with popular numbers like ‘Nooru Janmaku Nooraru Janmaku,’ ‘Jotheyali jothe jotheyali’, ‘Jeeva Veene Needu’ and many more with thunderous applause by people. He along with Shashikala rendered a couple of duets also while Anuradha Bhat and Santosh too rendered a few popular songs.

Drenched in colours: Behind the Bombe Mane at Palace premises, the organisers had lined up a few drums filled with coloured water. Over 30 children enjoyed splashing coloured water over each other. Fire Brigade personnel had created an artificial rain using fire hydrant and the kids enjoyed under the ‘rain.’ A few youth too joined the fun and frolic.

The flower show at Palace premises received a good footfall yesterday also with 30,236 visitors having a glimpse of the exotic flowers, Bombe Mane and photo expo.

Today’s cultural programme at Palace premises will feature music and dance programme by South Zone Cultural Centre, Thanjavur at 6 pm and ‘Ganayana’ by Sunitha Chandrakumar and Raghuleela Sangeetha Mandira at 7 pm.


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