The three-day Sangeetha Nrithyotsava under the aegis of Vamshi Academy of Music Trust and Rotary Club (West) concluded with an interesting programme where two art forms converged enthralling the audience. Noted father-son-flautist-duo B.K. Anantaram and Amit A. Nadig were at the helm of their talent and brilliance. Picking up the cues from them famous artist B.K.S. Varma created captivating images using thread and black and yellow and red colours. The duo rendered "Vatapi ganapathim" (Hamsadhwani) with trikaala swaras. Varma drew a dancing Ganesha in tribhanga holding flute and chitike in his two hands a unique imagination indeed. "Endaro Mahanubhavulu" in music was supported by a devotionally and musically engrossed Thyagaraja's attractive portrait. Kanakadasa's "Baaro Krishnaiah" was reflected on the canvass with mischievous Krishna playing with butter. The rendition of "Nagumomu" (Abheri), "Anandaamrithaakarshini" (Amrithavarshini) and "Tungateera viharam" was supported with a picture of Sri Raghavendraswamy in a pensive mood. The flautists were splendidly supported by B. Lakshmi (violin), N. Vasudeva (mridanga), Dayananda Mohite (ghata) and T.M. Karthik (rhythm pad).