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Pakistani Folk Star Arif Lohar performer his legendary ‘Jugni’ in Delhi as audiences join in at a concert of Routes 2 Roots.
Arif Lohar interacting with the audience during his concert at Sri Fort, New Delhi.
Bhangra dancers enthral the audience at a concert organized by Routes 2 Roots in association with Punjabi Academy at Qutab Minar, Delhi.
Arif Lohar, iconic folk singer Pakistan joined by Indian bhangra dancers on stage at a concert hosted by Routes 2 Roots in association with Punjabi Academy at Qutab Minar, Delhi.
Routes 2 Roots founders Tina Vachani and Rakesh Gupta with artiste Dr Balesh Jindal and High Commissioner of Bangladesh in New Delhi H.E Ahmed Tariq Karim at the inauguration of the Art Exhibition Rhythm of Elements.
Moments from the Art Exhibition Rhythm of Elements organized by Routes 2 Roots at the India Habitat Certre, New Delhi.
Routes 2 Roots founders Tina Vachani and Rakesh Gupta along with their President Amita Gupta and Ambassador Surinder Malik pose for the media with DG ICCR Suresh Goel at the Art Exhibition in Delhi.
DG ICCR Suresh Goel lights the inaugural lamp at the opening of Rhythm of Elements by Dr Balesh Jindal, an Art Exhibition organized by Routes 2 Roots.
Routes 2 Roots organized a concert of ambient spiritual chanting by a group of monks from Bhutan at Bhakti Sangeet, an annual affair held at Nehru Park, New Delhi.
Routes 2 Roots founders Tina Vachani and Rakesh Gupta with a group of monks from Bhutan who performed a chanting session at the celebrated Bhakti Sangeet in New Delhi.
A Unique evening of lights and subline chanting with monks from Bhutan at a special segments organized by Routes 2 Roots at Bhakti Sangeet in Delhi.
Realms of Peace, an exhibition of drawings and paintings by Bhaskar Singha, hosted by Routes 2 Roots at New Delhi
Routes 2 Roots founder Rakesh Gupta with actress Sonya Jehan Narayan at Realms of Peace Art Exhibition in New Delhi.
Member of Parliament Jaswant Singh along with DG ICCR Suresh Goel at the lamp lighting ceremony of the celebration plays Dara and Bullah by Ajoka Theatre from across the border at a festival organized by Routes 2 Roots.
A scene from the iconic play Bullah performed by Ajoka Theatre from Pakistan staged to packed houses in Delhi by Routes 2 Roots.
A still from the celebrated play Dara performed by Pakistan’s Ajoka Theatre in Delhi at a festival organized by Routes 2 Roots.