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Deepika Pokharna will inaugurate 'Simhastha Mahakumbh' exhibition

Friday - February 22, 2019 10:30 pm , Category : BHOPAL

Bhopal: Indira Gandhi Rashtiya Manav Sangrahalaya is organising an exhibition 'Simhastha Mahakumbh Exhibition' at Veethi Sankul indoor exhibition building from 23rd February, 2019. The exhibition will be inaugurated by Deepika Pokharna (Director, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India) as special guest at Veethi Sankul indoor exhibition building on Saturday, 23rd February, 2019 at 3.30PM. 
 
The present photo exhibition is a result of the documentation made by the museum in 2016 at Simhastha Maha Kumbh, Ujjain. This exhibition tries to provide union of man, soul and nature and a dip in the confluence of pilgrims in mahakumbh.
 
Tribal healer's workshop
Exhibit of rare herbs continued on the 4th day of a national workshop for tribal healers organized by Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya. 80 tribal healers from all over India participated in an engaging discussion on "Solution and Preservation of Tribal Medicinal Plants". In the discussions between the healers (vaidy), interesting information was shared by all the healers regarding the use of herbs in various diseases of different areas.

After the discussion, the Healers started treatment for the public. Where people are getting proper treatment by showing pulse. Madan Shyam, who came from Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh, treated the old to old bone disease patients. There were huge crowds on the stalls of healers from Arunachal Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. People have been shown standing for treatment to diagnose their incurable diseases in queue. This opportunity has come after 2012 when such a large number of tribal healers has been assembled in IGRMS, Bhopal. Nadi Vaidyas was the center of the main attraction who came from Jharkhand and Maharashtra. This program will last till 23rd February, 8pm.

After the visit of the Rock-art, Himalaya Village, Desert & Coastal village and Tribal Habitat Open-air Exhibition of IGRMS,  Director, Ministry of Culture, Government of India, Deepika Pokharna, I.T.S.,  said  that "You (Manav Sangrahalaya) are doing an excellent job of introducing nation's glorious past and rich culture". Such a heritage can be developed by great team efforts only and you have successfully proved it". Along with this visits, they met to tribal healers and understand the significance of this workshop.-Window To News