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Madhura Madhura Krishna on 2 September


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A Bharatanatyam and Odissi recital to mark Krishna Janmashtami by Thushyanthy and Gayathri will be presented on Sunday, 2 September at 6 p.m. at Saraswathy Hall, No. 75 Lorenze Road, Colombo 5. Minister of Resettlement, Rehabilitation Northern Development and Hindu Religious Affairs D.M. Swaminathan is attending as the chief guest of the event and Stéphanie Périllard and Randel van Heerden, the Chargé d`Affaires a.i. of Switzerland and spouse are joining the event as special guests.

 


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