INDIA: The Muktakasha (Open Sky) National Rural Cultural Festival and Sanskruti Hat of the Chinmaya Foundation was held in Gadargadi of Mayurbhanj District.

Odisha: The Muktakasha (Open Sky) National Rural Cultural Festival and Sanskruti Hat has been inaugurated at Gadargadi under the local Bangiriposhi block through the Mayurbhanj District branch of the Chinmaya Foundation, a leading social welfare organization in the India country at Babalpur in Jajpur district of Odisha State.

Odisha National Rural Cultural Festival and Sanskruti

The program aims to bring together grassroots talents at country and abroad at the grassroots level to bring them into the mainstream of society through the exchange of world-class cultural ties, the development of civilization, and the founding of the Foundation.

It includes Mayurbhanj District Coordinator Mrs. Sitamani Das, Vikram Hansada, Suchismita Das, Sachin Kumar Das, Shwetasmita Das, Senior Social Worker Purusottam Nayak, Senior Social Worker and worshiper of the god Badam*Mr.Gautam Nayak, Changu Guru Sanat Nayak, Social Worker Dubula Maharana, Mangal Murmu, Baidyanath Marandi are cooperated for smoothly conduct the program in that area in the direction of Foundations founding

National Rural Cultural Festival and Sanskruti, Mayurbjanj Odisha

chairperson Mr.Chinmaya Dash.Hundreds of tribals from the Gadargudi area performed their traditional art, dance and music at the event. At the beginning of the program, the performers of the Sri Sri Nijhari Badam Changu Dance Troupe in Gadargudi were welcomed to the festival and Sanskruti Hat through a huge cultural procession with guest worship.

National Rural Cultural Festival and Sanskruti, Mayurbjanj Odisha

Similarly, in Baliadhipa venue Mr. Dhurmal Murmu, Renja Murmu, Karunakar Murmu, Doman Beshra, Ghazana Soren and at Ghatkuanri venue Mr. Harish Patra, Dance Teacher Mr. Bashra, Gulshan Pingua and others are cooperated to smoothly conduct the program at Baliadipa & Ghatkuanri Baha dances, Renja dances, etc. were performed at Baliadhipa, while Dasaye dances, Dehele dances, Changu dances etc. were performed at Ghatkuanri venue of Bangiriposi block of Mayurbjanj District of Odisha State .

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