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DAY 2

‘A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and souls of its people.’
Mahatma Gandhi

On the second day, the 25 December, when the whole world woke up to the tinkling of the jingle bells proclaiming the arrival of Christmas, the Gurus and Shishyas at DPS, BN commenced their day as early as 3:30 am and rejuvenated themselves by performing yogasanas under the guidance of yogis such as Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar, Smt. Ashoka Nandy, Swami Tyagaraj, Sanyasi Dev Anand, Sister Lila, etc. One of the highlights of this convention was the Shramdaan by the participants. They involved themselves in garbage cleaning, tree planting and garland making activities

The first half of the day was filled with lots of intensives, which is the special feature of SPIC MACAY Conventions. The intensive is a platform for witnessing the performances by maestros and getting an insight into our cultural heritage, its values and ethos. Students at DPS experienced a rare opportunity to spend the day with eminent Gurus like Vidwan Sankaran Namboothiri, Shri. Alankar Singh, Shri Babul Ali, Mr. Lars Moller, Pandit Rajendra Gangani, Vidushi Bharati Shivaji, etc. imbibing values and thought processes which have made them great. After the holistic lunch, the participants witnessed the unique performance of Yoga Nidra for about an hour. Yog Nidra or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful meditation technique.

The stage performances started with Christmas Carols, celebrating the season. Music-in-prayer was the theme of the programme; highlighting the power of prayers, which can bring ultimate solace and create miracles. The soulful renditions of Kum Sooryagayathri , Shri Alankar Singh, Shri Babul Ali transcended the audience to a higher level of contemplation and tranquillity.

The audience were instantly transported to a world of mirth and merry making by the spectacular performance of Kathak by Pandit Rajendra Gangani. Kathak, a fusion of rhythmic foot movements, hand gestures, facial expressions and eye work enchanted the audience to the hilt.

The day ended with the melodious rendition of Hindustani vocal by Vidushi Ashwini Bhide Deshpande.