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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Lovingly Yours and other events

Thursday, July 14, 2012: Day before yesterday late night I arrived in Kolkata from Jaipur.
In Jaipur, after the DNA event Lovingly Yours, I attended a couple of events on Monday evening at the Jawahar Kala Kendra.  
Jawahar Kala Kendra is the cultural hub of Jaipur.  I was there to release a book Jag Jite Jagjit written by Amit Sharma. This book is based on the life of the great ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh.  
With Manesha Agarwal and Jaswant Singh
Along with me, singer Manesha A Agarwal and Jagjit Singh’s elder brother Jaswant Singh were also there (picture).
After the launch ceremony a song, from Agarwal’s album – Padaro Mhare Des – in which Jagjit Singh is also featured, was shown.
Agarwal also shared some special moments she had spent with the legend recording the album.  She also narrated an incident when she and Jagjit Singh missed their flight to Jodhpur.  Jagjit Singh’s elder brother also informed the audience that Jagjit Singh was a religious person.
At the Jawahar Kala Kendra the gathering was more than what my expectations, whatever the reason, maybe the love and affection for Jagjit Singh or the personal rapport of Amit Sharma, Jaipur had never witnessed such a gathering for this type of  book release.
After the book release, I attended another function at the auditorium of Jawahar Kala Kendra.  It was a performance by children who attended the summer camp organized by an organization called NUPUR.  
I was there on the invitation of a veteran theatre artist Sartaj Mathur (picture) who himself is the patron of the organization.
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