Captured: OM at Northwestern exhibits traditional Hindu performing arts at its 2022 Classical Arts Showcase

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OM at Northwestern Co-president and Weinberg sophomore Arushi Tiwari opened the 2022 Hindu Classical Arts Showcase by singing a song which praises and worships the god Ganesh Ji, the remover of obstacles. It is customary to perform this ritual when beginning an auspicious event or celebration.

Ava Mandoli, Reporter

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For the first time since the pandemic, Northwestern community members took to the stage Saturday for OM at Northwestern’s Classical Arts Showcase. In a celebration of Hindustani classical art, the performance featured four dancers and two singers.

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