Holi celebrated in Chief Minister’s residence

Chief Minister Chouhan said Holi is a festival of enthusiasm, gaiety, joy and fun. 

We want the colors of happiness to spread in the life of every citizen, he added. 

The colors of gaiety spread on the occasion of Holi festival at Chief Minister’s residence on Wednesday. Several citizens, activists and media representatives also participated. 

Many songs based on Holi festival were presented on this occasion. Everyone was excited to present the dance on the beats of Dhol. 

Natural colors and gulal were used. Brij’s traditional Holi of flowers was also played. The program ended decently. A cultural troupe from Mathura-Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh) presented songs and dances.

The Chief Minister said that according to the resolution of Prime Minister Modi, we should work together for the development of the state and the country. 

With the implementation of Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana, eligible sisters will get an amount of one thousand rupees every month, he said. 

This year, on Holi itself, the scheme has also made the sisters feel of Diwali. 

Chouhan said that being the first servant of the state, it is his resolve that colors of happiness should be included in the life of every citizen of the state.

Chouhan extended greetings and best wishes to all the present citizens on the occasion of Holi festival. On this occasion, everyone celebrated the gaiety and joy of the festival by applying color gulal.

Member of Parliament Vishnu Dutt Sharma, Hitanand Sharma, Farmers’ Welfare and Agriculture Development Minister Kamal Patel, Darshan Singh of Kisan Sangathan, MLAs Rampal Singh, Rameshwar Sharma, P.C. Sharma, former Mayor Alok Sharma, Sumit Pachauri along with office bearers of various organizations and a large number of citizens were present. Wife of Chief Minister Chouhan, Sadhna Singh, sons Kartikeya Singh and Kunal Singh were also present in the programme.

The songs that were presented in the Holi Milan program included – Aaj Braj Mein Holi Re Rasiya…, Rang Barse Bheege Chunarwali…., Aaj Na Chhodenge, Bas Hum Joli, Khelenge Hum Holi…, Holi Khele Raghuvira in Awadh. …. Are included. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also sang the regional folk song “Mori bahu hirani hai, e bhaiya mile to bata daiyo….”. Everyone joined in this song. Chief Minister Chouhan gave accompaniment by playing harmonium on other songs.

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