Vibhor Saini and his utopian performance: 98 years of Saraswati Music College


Music is not only about talent, but also about hard work and knowledge passed down from generation to generation in the form of ideas, lyrics and perspectives. The eve of the Indian Film Festival in Tashkent, Uzbekistan was also marked by the 98e anniversary of one of India’s most prestigious and renowned music institutes, Saraswati Music College, located in South Delhi. On the one hand, while the Indian Film Festival in Tashkent, Uzbekistan with the theme “For peace, enlightenment and progress” marked the confluence of popular world celebrities, icons of fashion, cultural heritage and , above all, remarkable films. On the other hand, Saraswati Music College has hosted one of the most gracious and extravagant cultural events to commemorate its milestone and be a trailblazer for new launches.

A monumental event of the evening was the announcement of the launch of the 4e Volume of the Guitar Instrumental album, “Singing Strings of Vibhor Saini” by the most gracious, Mr. Randhir Kapoor who was the special guest of the evening. The album is expected to be released later this year. Recalling memories of the past, Mr. Randhir Kapoor explained how Vibhor Saini’s three previous albums were released by none other than his own brother, the late actor Shri Rishi Kapoor. He further exclaimed to what extent these albums contained melodies from the films of the late Raj Kapoor Sahab and were a treat for all the inhabitants of the countries of Central Asia. Undoubtedly, these melodies occupied an important place in the cultural ties between India and Uzbekistan. Well, like the 3 previous albums, the 4e the volume is ready to make a heartbeat jump by producing 10 admirable Bollywood songs.

Organized on 27e In September, at Saraswati Music College, the event was graced not only by the presence of actor Randhir Kapoor, but was also attended by impressive dignitaries. Honoring the gathering with their appearance was Mr. Purushottam Rupala, Union Minister, Govt. from India, Mr. Rahul Rawail (film director), HE Dilshod Ashatov, Ambassador of Uzbekistan to India, Dr Alisher Djabbarov (industrialist from Tashkent) and various other prominent businessmen from India and representatives of Uzbekistan Embassy.

The event was chaired by Mr. BR Saini, President of the Saraswati Music College Society. Another segment of the event that was of great significance was the release of a book by Vipul Saini on Urdu poetry, titled “Udta Phire Hai”. Writer and painter by passion, Vipul Saini is curator at the Art Sastra Gallery, part of the Saraswati Music College. As evidenced by the title, the book is an exquisite collection of poetry and poetic quotes.

In addition, Mr. Purushottam Rupala, Union Minister, Govt. of India expressed his feelings towards Indo-Uzbek relations saying, “India and Uzbekistan are civilizational friends who have been brought together not only by geography but also by the cultural heritage community. and harmonious links over the centuries.

The cultural performance of Vibhor Saini and the students of Saraswati Music College marked the closing of the august gathering. Vibhor Saini firmly believes that music is an emotion and definitely a way of life for him. After releasing 3 successful albums, Vibhor not only gained popularity among younger generations, but also set an example for them by launching Katharas Studio in 2007. According to him, the focus is on the latest technology in the studio. while everything is acoustically and aesthetically matched. He has previously collaborated with the famous music duo Jatin-Lalit and had the opportunity to work in the Bollywood music industry, but his zeal to grow does not stop as he wishes to continue working with artists. famous like Imtiaz Ali, Pritam and many others.

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