Manali Winter Carnival a big draw amid snow

Manali Winter Carnival a big draw amid snow

Women participate in the traditional dress fashion show during the Winter Carnival at Manali on Wednesday.

Abhinav Vashisht

KULLU, JANUARY 5

The cultural extravaganza continued to be a big draw at Manu Rangshala during the fourth day of the Winter Carnival at Manali today.

The audience remained glued to their seats in the chilling temperatures as the town experienced snowfall almost throughout the day. Performance by artistes participating from different parts of the state and the country in various competitions enthralled the spectators.

A fashion show in traditional dresses by women remained a centre of attraction among the locals and tourists alike. The folk dance performance by the Perfect Dance Group, Jammu, presented a glimpse of its culture. Classical dance presentations by various artistes were lauded by viewers. Dance presentations on new and old film songs by artistes from Jammu, Karnataka, Mohali and from within the state amused the onlookers. The participants of a talent show left the audience spellbound by their performances. The participants of ‘Voice of the Carnival’ was also entertaining.

The first round of the Winter Queen beauty pageant was held during the third cultural evening yesterday. The 25 participating beauties mesmerised the audience by their catwalk on the ramp.

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