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Concluding Ceremony of 'Adi Sarjana'

Tuesday - September 26, 2017 6:27 pm , Category : BHOPAL

Bhopal: Today was the last day of multi dimensional programme 'Adi Sarjana'. During this last five day event, the visitors has got a chance to not only interact with the artists but also purchased the material made by these traditional artists. During this workshop, Magnesh Kerketta of Jharkhand has painted story associated to 'Raai ka ped' whereas Smt. Ambika Markam and team members presented godna. Artist from Baster Nandlala Vishwakarma, has prepared different designs of idols and masks. Dependera Netam, and Yogesh Baghel has prepared different items using dokra art. Premlal marawi of Baster also prepared wooden objects and Smt. Junaiyya Bai has painted pictures related to myths and traditions of Baiga. In addition to this, the artists have painted gond and bhil paintings.

During this event, the visitors also tasted the traditional food of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra states at very cheap rates. Gujarati food of 'Rathwa's and Bhil community of Madhya Pradesh has served Makka chapatti, Bhate ka Bharta, Urad Dal-Bada and Chutni whereas Warli of Maharashtra has prepared their traditional laddus containing rice, coconut, gur (jaggery) etc. It was served with Bhakari (roti made of rice), and vegetable of potatoes and brinjal.

In the cultural performance Siddhi Dhamal dance was of big attraction. Siddhi of Gujarat were migrated from Africa very long back. Even after a long period of time, they are still following their traditions. Siddhi Dhamal dance is one of them. During this dance, they sing their traditional song and use musical instruments.

The muria artists from Narayanpur, Baster, Chhattisgarh presented their famous gendi folk dance. It is famous for dance with balance on long sticks.

In addition to this, Mavpatha (Basater), Ghodhi Padhai (Gond Dindori, MP), and Baiga Pardhoni (Chadha, Dindori) were also presented during the event which was appreciated by the viewers.

The last presentation of the event was dance of Gonds. Gond community of Madhya Pradesh presented Gudum dance. It is a unique dance based on the different rhythms performed with colourful costumes and traditional musical instruments. This dance is a part of festivals, marriage, birth and new crop celebrations etc.-Windowtonews
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