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Nrityangan Hobby Centre opens new branch

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PATNA: Nrityangan Hobby Centre on Friday inaugurated a new branch at Boring Road here in the state capital. The centre was inaugurated by Mausham Sharma, director of the organization. Three centres were already running in the city where the people interested in arts get a platform for their talent.

At the launching event, Sharma said it is a pleasure to start a new branch again. “Our organization has achieved a great success with superior quality sessions in the field of dance, yoga and fitness in a very short span of time. Our institution provides training in dance, yoga, meditation, kids jumba, fitness class, sketching, drawing, art and craft, personality development programme, English spoken class, karate, self-defence and physiotherapy to people of all age group.”

Sharma said the organization has made future of more than thousand people till now. The institution provides a platform for the people to show their talent. The people registering today on the inaugural day will be provided free training. The other branches of the organization are providing its services at Kankarbagh, Boring Road and Ashiana-Digha Road. The institution is organizing ‘Saavan Ayo Re’ event at a community hall situated in Rajiv Nagar on the occasion of Shravani month. The  event will be attended by several noted persons.

 

 

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