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Prabhat Khabar Organizes A Series Of Shows With Ghulam Ali Khan

The events take place in Ranchi, Jamshedpur and Patna as a part of publication’s five day long celebrations of Republic Day.

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | January 25, 2011

Na jaane kab wo palat aayen dar khula rakhna, Gaye hue  ke liye dil mein kuchh jagah rakhna. Hazaar talkh ho yaade magar wo jab bhi mile, Zubaan pe achche dino ka hi zaayka rakhna. [Don’t know if he’d come back but keep passage on, Have space in your heart for him who’s long gone. Even if memories are bitter but when he drops by, Keep only taste of sweeter days that had gone by.]

These beautiful lyrics hummed in the Ghazal legend’s silky voice aptly sums up the backdrop to An Evening with Ghulam Ali being organized by Prabhat Khabar in its three city domains of Ranchi, Jamshedpur and Patna. The series of Ghazal Evening is integral to the publication’s five day long celebrations of Republic Day which is being observed as Peace, Progress & Prosperity initiatives with India’s neighbor, Pakistan. Ghulam Ali brings with him not only his rich repertoire of mellifluous Ghazals but also his troupe of eminent musicians from Pakistan. Ghulam Ali enjoys a huge popularity and has a huge fan following in the culturally rich states of Jharkhand and Bihar.

Ghulam Ali, a renowned Pakistani Ghazal singer of Patiala Gharana personifies the spirit of friendship between the two neighboring countries. The daily as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility has been regular in promoting such rich cultural activities all over its readership footprint area and throws it open to not just the masses of the region but also invites the dignitaries and who’s who of the expanse who grace and relish such programmes.

Kick-starting the five-Day Republic Day celebrations the event, An Evening with Ghulam Ali, will first be staged in the Ranchi Gymkhana Club, Ranchi  On January 26, 2011 where 5000 people will witness the Ghazal Evening.

Ghulam Ali and his distinguished troupe will next travel to the cosmopolitan Steel City of Jamshedpur, which is the largest populated city of Jharkhand. The Ghazal event will be held at the Sidhgora Town Hall on January 27, 2011. The leading industry magnets from numerous Tata Group companies based here and so also other industrialists from this industrial town will grace the Ghazal evening. The venue will 2,000 people from the city.

In its last leg of the R-Day celebrations, the Ghazal night will finally be held in Patna on January 29, 2011 at the prestigious Shri Krishna Memorial Hall where 2000 will witness the Ghazal maestro weave silky Ghazal through the evening.

The event is being backed by some impressive list of corporate sponsors who find Prabhat Khabar’s cultural events rich dividend paying ritual. During the year just gone by, Prabhat Khabar has successfully organized some of the most impressive roads shows events ever held here in this part of the country. These include, Gharonda [Housing Industry’s Fair], Career Fair [For youth seeking admission in Higher education Institutions], Pratibha Samman [Honoring achievers from state], Jhankar 2010 [Dance Competition], Shreshto Durga Pujo (Selecting best Durga Puja Pandal & honoring them who organize these) and ConsumerFest 2010 (Allowing consumer industry to show-case their latest offerings to the consumers of Jharkhand). Besides, for its own readers the daily has weekly road-shows called Mohalla events which are something that every colony looks forward to.

Prabhat Khabar is the 8th most read Hindi daily in the country (IRS 2010-Q3 TR) with 9 edition in Jharkhand, Bihar and West Bengal. The 10th edition for Bhagalpur (Bihar) is to be shortly launched in  Feb’2011. The company also has its FM Radio (104.8 Radio Dhoom) at Ranchi and Jamshedpur. Its events and outdoor division “ Prabhat Buzz” is also carrying in various activities in its area & operation.

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  • Manjeet- 7 years ago

    Ghulam ali khan is really a good and best ghazal singer in all over the world i think that he is beeter than Jagjit singh......... Vote for me please..............