The month of October marks the commence of festive season for Indians, which is preceded by the most auspicious Diwali festival celebrated by all. During Diwali, popularly identified as the festival of lights, homes are lit up lights on the exteriors and interiors as nicely as ‘rangolis’, a style decoration making use of vivid all-natural colours and flowers, are displayed at the doorsteps for welcoming guests, as a sign of. Also, creatively developed aarti thalis are ready each and every year for providing prayers to the divine.
Aarti thalis and rangolis are really well-liked as a component of Indian festive cultural practiced socially everywhere, and MGS transformed this really art of making aarti thalis and rangolis into an annual competitors so as to produce festive competitiveness prior to the auspicious period of Diwali. Children as nicely as adults took active participation in this year’s competitors which witnessed exemplary inventive styles, leaving the audience and the judges awestruck. Creativity flowed in all the rangoli styles which incorporated facial portraits in fine art, picturesque village scenes and portraying robust social causes.
Judges comprised art teachers, noted socialists and nicely-identified art specialists. In the youngsters category, aarti competitors winners have been Vincy Parmar (initial), Naisha Joshi (second) and Nishtha Brahmabhatt (third) whereas for the rangoli competitors, the youngster winners have been Rutva Talati (initial), Vincy Parmar (second) and Shailee Modi and Shweta Raman (third). In the adult category, aarti competitors winners have been Pragna Shah(initial), Dimple Kanabar (second) and Priyanka Gagwani (third) whereas for the rangoli competitors, the adult winners have been Minal Bhimani (initial), Dipali Mhetre (second) and Dimple Kanabar (third). All participants and audience lauded the efforts and showered praise on Muscat Gujarati Samaj which has been tirelessly functioning towards offering superb cultural and social events for the Indian diaspora living in Oman.
Muscat Gujarati Samaj, 1 of the most active wings of the Indian Social Club Oman is nicely identified for the several activities it organises on the social, cultural, entertainment and the MGS rangoli and aarti competitors was but an additional try towards maintaining the individuals of Gujarati culturally rooted. The occasion was sponsored by Ramniklal B Kothari and the co-sponsors have been Malabar Gold, Majan Food, Flamingo Tours & Travels, New India Assurance and Nabil Biscuits.
Muscat Gujarati Samaj, famously identified as MGS, is the Gujarati Wing of the Indian Social Club Oman and is in its 43rd year of functioning now. MGS is identified for becoming 1 of the most active linguistic wing and has contributed immensely towards social and cultural causes, offering wholesome family members entertainment for the complete Gujarati diaspora in Oman. Kala Ved, Paru Negandhi, Kajal Ramaiya and Snehal Jani worked really tough to make this occasion a grand good results. The judges have been Viji Sattigarh and Deepali Gheewala. Prizes have been distributed by GM, Dahyabhai Chauhan of R B Kothary.
Information Source: Muscat Daily