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Baba Satyanarayan Mouryaji inspired the students of Heritage to contribute for Mother India
On 9th September 2011, the students and the faculty members of Heritage Group of Institutions, Kolkata got the opportunity to listen to eminent writer, poet and painter Baba Satyanarayan Mouryaji and his compilation "Bharat Mata ki Aarti".
The day started with a huge gathering in the auditorium of Heritage Group of institutions where more than 1000 students and faculty members gathered to listen to the programme "Bharat Mata ki Aarti". The programme was attended by the Executive Director, Shri Probir Roy, Director of the institute Professor B.B. Paira, CEO of the Trust Shri Pradip Agarwal and other senior officials of the institute and the school. It started with different Indian classical songs of movies as well as general category which depicted the spirit of patriotism towards Mother India. The songs were been sung by Baba Satyanarayan Mouryaji along with his team of musicians and singers with exciting surrounding music and gesture. In between Baba Mouryaji, spoke to the audience with his charismatic poems and speech which depicts the superiority of India in compare to other countries. He also drew images of many freedom fighters like Shahid Bhagat Singh, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and many more on the canvas with the tri-colour of the Indian Flag.
Baba Mouryaji told that India is having a reservoir of talent which is extraordinary and not comparable to other countries. He also told that many countries imitate from India starting from music to science and technology. Also many inventions and discoveries have been originated from India. The programme was attended by the students and faculty members of the Heritage School, Heritage Institute of technology and the Heritage Academy. At the end of the programme, Aarti of Bharat Mata was done by Baba Mouryaji where he drew the image of Bharat Mata within seconds on the canvas with colourful paints symbolizing the tri-colour of Indian Flag and offered flowers along with the audience present there.
Notes to Editor
Partha Sarathi Bhowal
Executive -PR & Business development
Heritage Group of Institutions
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Anything inspires and displays the youth of India and creates a society desperate to committ themselves for the welfare of the country.