Jammu Club celebrated the Baisakhi Festival with great enthusiasm on the Club premises today.

The celebration attracted a large gathering of members, especially in view of the diluted intensity of Covid-19 after two years. As a result, the Club premises transformed into a festive scenario full of vibrance amid the Dhol beats synchronizing with the traditional Bhangra dance.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Club Management had specially invited a renowned Dholi Group from Delhi and a prominent Bhangra Group from Jhallandhar to add further colour to the festive celebration.
Prominent among others who graced the occasion were Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Anshul Garg; Additional Director General Police (ADGP) Mukesh Singh and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board (SMVDSB) Ramesh Kumar also. Moreover, the maximum members of the Jammu Club and their families marked their presence on occasion and enjoyed the Baisakhi Festival Evening at the Club to their full.

The main attraction of this year’s programme organized at Jammu Club was the ‘Village Theme’ selected for the event celebrated with a blasting DJ and Modern Bhangra Troupe scintillating performance. The Dholi Group from Delhi and Bhangra Group from Jhallandhar displayed marvellous synchronization in creating an atmosphere of a traditional village celebration that one and all present on occasion.

The entire staff of Jammu Club had adorned the Punjabi attire specially designed for the occasion. On occasion, some of the visitors to the Club expressed that amid Dholi and Bhangra beats, they felt for a moment as if they were participating in a Baisakhi festival somewhere in Punjab.

In his address, Gaurav Gupta, Secretary of Jammu Club, expressed gratitude to the managing committee, Entertainment Sub Committee and Staff Members for their wholehearted support in making today’s celebration a grand success. He also assured that the Club would organize many more such programmes in the coming time to entertain the Club Members and their families.