Bhopalites enjoyed a calm and composed evening with classical music and dance on Sunday. A flute recital and Bharatnatyam dance was performed at Madhya Pradesh State Tribal Museum under Uttaradhikar series.
In the beginning of the programme, Ajay Prasanna (Delhi), with his fellow artists, made an angry flute in Yemen and made all the spectators spellbound.
After Ravan Yaman, Ajay Prasanna wrapped up his presentation while presenting 'Yaad Pia Ki Aaya' with fellow actors. During the playing of flute, Ajay Prasanna with Ramendra Singh Solanki on tabla, Amrit and Nilesh Dwivedi on flute.
After this, Sandhya Abhavna (Mumbai) started the dance of 'Bhrathavani Venni Baaj' with Bharatnatyam dance with her fellow artists. In this presentation, artists presented Kaliya Mardan and Gobardhan Girdhari with their dancing skills, in which the nature of Shrikrishna was dumped on stage. After 'Vrundavani Venni Baaje', the artists presented 'Sant Janabai' centered presentation and filled the audience with expressions. In this presentation, Janabai, who is actually a maid, presented his work skills through artists through dance medium to the audience.
Janabai is an elderly woman and she is very skilled at doing household chores, but she says that she does not do anything herself, she is assisted by herself Vitthal Dev. After this incident the artists presented the second theme of Sant Janabai through dance medium.
In this context, the allegation of stealing Vithal's neck is found on Janabai and he is taken to the gallows, but with the grace of God the flood flows and all else goes beyond Janabai.
After this, the artists presented dance based on 'Venabai'. Venabai was the disciple of Ramdas ji and in the midst of her, Venabai worshiped Ram.
Therefore, on Ramnavmi, Ramchandra ji himself came in the form of Ramabai and assisted him.
At the end of the presentation, Sandhya Abhichala stopped his presentation while presenting a dance centered on 'Muktabai' with his fellow artists. Yoga Siddha Muktabai was the incarnation of Adamaya, It is believed that Saint Muktabai from Saint Nivittinath had attained the glory and the knowledge of liberation.