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Indian flute maestro Pandit Chetan Joshi enchants audience at Chinmaya Vidyalaya’s Tapovan auditorium

Bokaro: Under the auspices of SPIC MACAY, the Tapovan Auditorium of Chinmaya Vidyalaya witnessed a mesmerising performance by Pandit Chetan Joshi, a renowned Indian cultural flute player. The program was attended by students and teachers from classes VI to VIII, who were left enchanted by Joshi’s melodious flute playing.

Joshi, who had spent almost 25 years in Bokaro, has played a significant role in popularizing flute playing in India and abroad by organizing hundreds of musical programs. In the event, he talked about the history of the flute, its playing techniques, and his own journey as a musician.

Joshi also answered several questions posed by the students in a simple and interesting way, displaying his special attachment to children. The program was inaugurated by lighting a lamp by the dignitaries.

Secretary of Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Mahesh Tripathi and Principal, Suraj Sharma presented him with a plant, a book, and a shawl as a token of appreciation. The musical program also featured honored tabla player Umesh Rathod and flute player Sameer Seth.

Supriya Chowdhary successfully conducted the program, and Gopal Chandra Munshi, Vikas Paridharia, Rashmi Singh, Sanjeev Singh, Rajneesh Chowdhary, Randhir Narayan, and Nitish Pandey played a vital role in making it a success.

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