SINGTAM, SEPTEMBER 25: In a small gathering at Singtam, Dinesh Dahal and Nimesh Dahal participants of ‘Himali Pratibha ko Khoj’ were congratulated by the members of Singtam Basibiyalo. The Dahal brothers had participated in the recently concluded state level ‘Himali Pratibha ko Khoj’ in separate category where Dinesh Dahal stood fourth in the singing category while Nimesh Dahal, his younger brother went on to bag third position in the instrumental category. The brothers were offered khadas for their performances. The brothers also entertained the gathered audience with soulful music.
Present on the occasion were Mohan Pradhan ‘Neeraj’, Sansthapak Singtam Basibiyalo, T B Pradhan, Advisor, Singtam Basibiyalo, President Rangpo - Singtam Zonal Newar Guthi , Arjun Chettri, Headmaster Rikape Primary School, Kripesh Singh, Teacher, Burdang JHS, Gangaa Mukhiya and Geeta Sharma (Sikkim Academy of Music, Singtam), Roshan Rai, HDFC bank, members of Singtam Basibiyalo and staff of Sakyong Chisopani JHS.
Mahesh Dahal, Headmaster Sakyong CHisopani JHS, speaking on the occasion thanked Singtam Basibiyalo, Sikkim academy of Music, Singtam, his staff and his well-wishers for supporting him and his sons in every step of their musical journey. Dahal thanked the organizing committee and the state government for providing platform for the aspiring musician of Sikkim.
Mohan Pradhan ‘Neeraj’, Sansthapak Singtam Basibiyalo praised the efforts of the brothers and said their position in the competition did not matter, for people of Singtam both of them are winners. TB Pradhan, Advisor, Singtam Basibiyalo, President Rangpo - Singtam Zonal Newar Guthi said it is a proud moment for the people of Singtam and this performance should not stop here, we expect much more progress from the brothers, he added.
Gangaa Mukhiya, State Awardee Singer and Proprietor, Sikkim Academy of Music, Singtam, shared his proud feeling that his student had showed brilliant performance on the occasion when it was needed most. Other to speak on the occasion was Gita Sharma, Arjun Chettri and Kripesh Singh.