Thursday, September 5, 2013
Music provides healing touch
The music concert is going to be organized Shalimar Garden, Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir by the world-renowned music conductor Zubin Mehta. It is being opposed by the separatists and little known militant outfits. Music concert in Shalimar Garden is hosted by German ambassador to India Michael Steiner. More than 15 00 guest have been invited to attend the music concert and rejoice the moment. The ground reality of trouble-torn state of Jammu and Kashmir will be expressed through this music concert. It may not bring 70,000 people, who lost their lives in the two decades of long disturbance and bloodshed in Jammu and Kashmir, back to life but one thing is certain that this music concert by world renowned music conductor Zubin Mehta would mesmerize the assembled guest in the garden and give a healing touch to the people. His music would develop love and affection among the people of Jammu and Kashmir. This programme of music concert will certainly provide a respite from discord and disturbance. People in the state will have opportunity to lighten their mind from the fear of terrorist violence. As the fear of terrorist violence always lurking in the minds of the people, music concert conducted by the world famous Zubin Mehta would provide the people ecstasy and hilarious moment. The common people of the state of Jammu and Kashmir are culture and music loving. The music is ingrained in their mind. The music concert will also help promote the culture and civilization of the state. Separatists and secessionists would never like the programme of music, which brings peace and tranquility in the Valley. The handful of separatists and secessionists must not be allowed at any cost to disrupt and disturb the music concert of Zubin Mehta, which is going to paint the ground reality of Jammu and Kashmir before the world. The state government of Jammu and Kashmir and the Centre must provide all possible protection to the organizer, conductor of the music concert and the people, so that the music concert could be conducted peace fully. A message must go out from here that the common people of Jammu and Kashmir have nothing to do with terror activities and they want only peace, amity and development. Unfazed by opposition from separatists and threats from little-known militant groups, preparations are on in full swing for the ‘Ehsaas-e-Kashmir’ (Feel of Kashmir) music concert. This music concert features world-renowned music conductor Zubin Mehta in Srinagar on Saturday. German Ambassador to India Michael Steiner, who is hosting the concert before a specially-invited audience of 1,500 guests, is camping in Srinagar to oversee the preparations for the event to be held in the famous Shalimar Garden built by Mughal Emperor Jehangir. Steiner has visited the venue where he was briefed about the security measures being put in place in view of threats issued by three less-known militant organizations against holding of the concert.