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Dr ML Dogra presented ‘Bharat Bhushan Award 2022’




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BHOPAL: Dr. M.L Dogra, an Indian theatre and multitalented personality and scholar of Jammu and Kashmir UT, known for bringing creative Dogri and Hindi theatre musical plays internationally was honoured for biggest India’s Historical award “Bharat Bhushan Award-2022-23” along with 50 dignitaries for his exceptional work & outstanding contribution in creative /traditional folk art in the field of Art and Culture by the Chief Guest Major General Tejpal Singh Rawat, Indian Army and celebrity Chief Guest Arun Bakshi, Bollywood Star (Multitalented Artists ) and Event Organizors Dr.J.K Subramanian, Director General NahF, Dr. Dkamarajar, chancellor of NAHF, Shivam Chouraisa, Nitin Jain, Sunil Kumar, Pankaj, Deepak Kumar, BLSKS were present on the occasion. The Global Empire award event was organized by National anti-harassment foundation, supported by National United, sponsored by ESO, United Kingdom and certified by NGO Darpan Digital India, Atmam Nirbhar Bharat, Government of India at Hotel Aditya Residency, Bhopal. The Chief Guest Congratulated the awardees for their selfless services towards this and were also felicitated with Gold Medal, Certificate and trophy.
Dr. Dogra one of the few names of the country who have made a unique contribution in establishing a folk Theatre workshops for children of Govt. Schools in coordination with J&K Social Welfare Department, cultural performances, Musical Plays (Opera’s ) in Jammu and Kashmir and other states of India.


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