2-day Bhangra World Cup begins today in Jalandhar college

2-day Bhangra World Cup begins today in Jalandhar college

Lyallpur Khalsa College Principal Dr GS Samra (R) shares details about the Bhangra World Cup in Jalandhar on Friday. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 22

Lyallpur Khalsa College is organising a two-day Bhangra World Cup starting from tomorrow. Principal Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra said on the first day, the competitions will take place in online mode. The event will take place on offline mode on the next day which is Sunday.

There are four categories of participants, including those below 16 years, between 16 and 40 years, 40 and 60 years and above 60 years. We have allowed participants to perform individually or in combination as well in the contest. Dr Gurpinder S Samra, Principal

Over 20 teams were participating in each of the two modes. He said the event was going to witness a variety of participants from across the globe as they are from age groups 7 to 68 years.

Dr Samra said: “There are four categories of participants, including those below 16 years, between 16 to 40 years, 40 to 60 years and above 60 years. We have allowed the participants to perform individually or in combination as well. The main attraction in the Sunday event will be a group of girls ‘Ankhi mutiyar’ from Chandigarh. Even as most participants in the event are boys, this will be an all-girls group, who will be participating as a special entry”.

Dr Samra added that live telecast of this cup would be available on YouTube channel of the college - LKC cultural affairs and Facebook page Bhangra World Cup in addition to telecast on some web portals and news channels of India and abroad.

The telecast time has been fixed from 5 pm and 11 pm IST onwards keeping in mind the suitability of the foreign viewers including those in Australia, Canada, US and other participating countries.

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