Cwg Opening Ceremony Live

October 3, 2010 by staff 

Cwg Opening Ceremony Live, The opening ceremony was finally leading to the return of the Oscar-winning music composer AR Rahman GTC 2010 Anthem – Jeeyo, Utho, Badho, Jeeto (Live, Rise, Move, Win) – inspire the athletes to give them impulse to victory.

Kalmadi in his speech, widely criticized for controversies surrounding the delayed preparation for the Games, said: “India is ready to host the Commonwealth Games great.”

“Despite the bad publicity, all the nations of the Commonwealth was in Delhi as India became the largest ever in the history of the Commonwealth Games,” he said.

“We are ready to deliver a great Games,” he concluded. In his brief remarks, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said: “Welcome to India. Welcome to the Games. Millions are waiting impatiently to see the Games.”

The formalities, last March the major chunk forming, were followed by a cultural display of 40 minutes in which Indian classical dance, yoga fine screen and a Bollywood-style show.

The train of Indian Railways has been pulled by the old steam locomotive to the strains of the Rahman-click “Chayya Chayya” film “Dil Se.

A giant figure of Buddha was created and got to the scene to climb to the canopy.

instrumental record of Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite song “Vaishnavo Janato has been done with a figure of Father of the Nation has also created through technology in the middle of the stage.

The stadium reverberated with Rahman Games theme song “Yaaro, India Bula Liya” and his famous “Jai Ho” number of his Oscar-winning “Slumdog Millionaire” album, amid a spectacular fireworks display before the curtain fell on the spectacular ceremony.

For the first time in the history of the Games athletes who participated in the past were later seated on the periphery in March to watch the remaining part of the pageant.

A tight security blanket was thrown around the capital with snipers too much emphasis on the construction of terraces on the periphery of the approach roads of the stadium before the entry into force.

The 19th edition of the Games will see over 6,800 athletes and officials, all the largest ever in the history of multi-disciplinary event which began in 1930, taking part in 17 sports ranging from athletics to volleyball ball and petanque.

Competitions in 17 sports begin seriously tomorrow with the opening day to see eight gold medals at stake.

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