Saturday, 5 October 2019

Grand Light & Sound Show-cum-Digital Museum Commemorating 550th Prakash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji from October 7

By 121 News

Chandigarh 05th October:- The three day long light & sound show-cum-digital museum commemorating 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the first Sikh master, will take place at Sports Stadium Sector-78 from October 7 to October 9. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will inaugurate state-wide series of the extravaganza from district SAS Nagar.

It was disclosed by Deputy Commissioner  Girish Dayalan, while he was taking stock of the arrangements at Sports Stadium along with Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Mrs. Aashika Jain and SDM. Jagdeep Saigal. Presiding over a review meeting on the event spot, the deputy commissioner exhorted the officials of the district administration to ensure grand success of the event and make all necessary arrangements well in advance.

Divulging the details of this grand event, the Deputy Commissioner said that celebrating the spiritual fervor of the 550th Prakash Purb, the digital museum and the Light & Sound Show will be held on the first day. He said that the digital museum will open to the public all day, while two Light & Sound shows, based on the life and philosophy of the Guru Sahib will be presented in the evening. He added that on the second day, only digital museum will open, while both the digital museum and light & sound show will depict the life journey of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji on third and last day.

The Deputy Commissioner instructed the officials of various departments to ensure the necessary arrangements for the event. He said that no laxity and negligence will be tolerated. "As these shows would be organized all over the state starting from Mohali, thus no stone should be left to un-turn for the success of the event, he categorically added. He appealed to the people to whole-heartedly participate in this event, which is being organized to mark the 550th Parkash Purb of Guru Sahib. He said that entry for the event is quiet free and all the arrangements have been taken place for the convenience of the visitors. He also exhorted the officials to aware more and more public especially villagers about the show, so that they would not be deprived of this special spiritual program.

Additional Chief Administrator, GMADA Rajesh Dhiman, Civil Surgeon Dr. Manjit Singh, Assistant Commissioner (General) Yashpal Sharma, District Sports Officer Surjeet Singh, SDO PSPCL Harbhajan Singh Kang, Sub-Registrar Ravinder Bansal, Mandeep Singh from GMADA and the representative of the CS-Direct were present on the occasion.

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