Balvikas children from the state presented the first programme titled 'Hari Ka Haryana'. The music dance ballet was a depiction of the vibrant Haryanvi culture, showcasing varied facets of the culturally enriched state through colourful dance sequences.
At the end of the half-an-hour presentation, after presenting various facets of the rich culture of the state, the children declared that they are beholden to Bhagawan, now and forever, claiming 'themselves' to be the "Voice of Grateful Haryana".
Then the Youth presented a play, 'Satyam Vada Dharmam Chara', It was a pointer toward the present day plight of the youth, living in utter confusion, being enticed by the influence of hollow western materialism. The presentation, in Hindi, made an attempt to offer a viable solution to the perturbed youth of the day.
As Bhagawan had moved off the dais toward the end of the second presentation, a ten minutes pause ensued before Bhagawan came onstage at 1845 hrs. The boys and girls receiving saris and safari pieces. Bhagawan then moved down the dais to pose for pictures with the children.
After Arathi, some bhajans were sung, and again Arathi. Prasadam was distributed to the entire assemblage.
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