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Zubeen to perform in Pune on Jan 16

Pune, the Cultural city of Maharashtra will witness first ever Pune and North-East India Integration Youth Festival - Anthem 2016 on January 16. 


The event location is the Irish Village Ground, Irish Village Brewery, Mundhwa Road. Opp. Raga Lawns, Ahead of Hotel Westin, Koregaon Park, Pune.


The Gala event will have lots of attractions, Rock Band performances, Dance Group Competitions, A special dance performance to showcase the culture of North-East India and Maharashtra, entertaining activities and all. The aim of the event is to foster national integrity by promoting people to people contact through cultural exchange. It will help the youth to understand cultural diversity and promote unity and brotherhood.

The main attraction of the event incldue performance by Zubeen Garg. 

 The event is organised by the Ishanya Youth, a socio-cultural group of the North-East India students and young professionals.  RSVP: 9011201200

 

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