Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

Delhi Tourism launches Sound and Light Show at Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial : Prize Distribution

PRIZE DISTRIBUTIONM.M.Khanna, INVC, Chandigarh, Delhi Tourism in association with Govt. of Delhi has launched the Sound and Light Show at Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial today near Singhu Border (NH – 1). Sh. Manish Chatrath, Chairman, Delhi Tourism and Sh. G.G Saxena, MD & CEO, DTTDC was present during the occasion & Awarded Prizes.. Sh. Manish Chatrath, Chairman, Delhi Tourism informed on this occasion that the Sound and Light Show at Guru Teg Bahadur is an extravaganza, which is based on Panchatatva, i.e the five elements of nature – Void, Fire, Air, Water and Earth. Ustad Amjad Ali Khan has composed the music and Daler Mehendi has sung the opening song. Om Puri and Kabir Bedi have given the Hindi and English voice – overs. Delhi Tourism was running trial shows for the last two months where entry to the visitors had been kept free. Sh. Chatrath further informed that this show is the only show of its kind in Asia Pacific with visual effect and architectural mapping based projection, where 16 multimedia projectors and 32 illumination fixtures to create an illumination fixture of 220,000 lumens. The show with duration of 25 minutes each will run in English, Hindi and Punjabi language between 7.30 P.M to 9.40 P.M everyday. The concept of the Sound and Light show is taken from Guru Saheb’s popular reference of “Hind Ki Chadar” as a tribute, along with an introduction of his life and sacrifice. The GTB Sound and Light show is a musical spectacle, where the music is contemporary and the spectacular visuals make the Sound and Light show, a true display. NSP_8540 (Medium)The entry to GTB Sound and Light show is Rs. 60/-for adults and Rs. 30/- for children. It is situated in G T Karnal Road, Singhu Border, National Highway 1, Singhu, New Delhi. Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial is an architectural marvel. Govt. of Delhi initiated the Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial marking the road’s entry into the city. It is spread in a sprawling 11.87 acres of land. The sole endeavor of building this architectural marvel was to signify the role of Guru Teg Bahadur who is an inseparable part of the city’s history. Delhi Tourism launches Sound and Light Show at Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial -Delhi Tourism in association with Govt. of Delhi has launched the Sound and Light Show at Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial today near Singhu Border (NH – 1). Sh. Manish Chatrath, Chairman, Delhi Tourism and Sh. G.G Saxena, MD & CEO, DTTDC was present during the occasion & Awarded Prizes. Sh. Manish Chatrath, Chairman, Delhi Tourism informed on this occasion that the Sound and Light Show at Guru Teg Bahadur is an extravaganza, which is based on Panchatatva, i.e the five elements of nature – Void, Fire, Air, Water and Earth. Ustad Amjad Ali Khan has composed the music and Daler Mehendi has sung the opening song. Om Puri and Kabir Bedi have given the Hindi and English voice – overs. Delhi Tourism was running trial shows for the last two months where entry to the visitors had been kept free. Sh. Chatrath further informed that this show is the only show of its kind in Asia Pacific with visual effect and architectural mapping based projection, where 16 multimedia projectors and 32 illumination fixtures to create an illumination fixture of 220,000 lumens. The show with duration of 25 minutes each will run in English, Hindi and Punjabi language between 7.30 P.M to 9.40 P.M everyday. The concept of the Sound and Light show is taken from Guru Saheb’s popular reference of “Hind Ki Chadar” as a tribute, along with an introduction of his life and sacrifice. The GTB Sound and Light show is a musical spectacle, where the music is contemporary and the spectacular visuals make the Sound and Light show, a true display. The entry to GTB Sound and Light show is Rs. 60/-for adults and Rs. 30/- for children. It is situated in G T Karnal Road, Singhu Border, National Highway 1, Singhu, New Delhi. Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial is an architectural marvel. Govt. of Delhi initiated the Guru Teg Bahadur Memorial marking the road’s entry into the city. It is spread in a sprawling 11.87 acres of land. The sole endeavor of building this architectural marvel was to signify the role of Guru Teg Bahadur who is an inseparable part of the city’s history.

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