Kishan Reddy: Let’s Preserve Different Arts And Culture: Our Indian traditions and culture are very impressive to other countries. The Union Minister for Culture, Tourism and Development of North Eastern States G.Kishan Reddy stated that there is a need to preserve the different arts and cultures of India, which are the epitome of unity in diversity. In this direction, the Union Government has undertaken various programs. . Speaking on this occasion, he said that the central government has taken up this program with the intention of promoting various dance forms in India.

He mentioned that the states of the country are divided into different zones.. He stated that these competitions are being held to reflect Indian culture with folk art forms, tribal dance forms, classical dance, and contemporary art forms with young women and men between the ages of 17-30. Kishan Reddy congratulated the artists from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Chhattisgarh states who are participating in the zonal level competitions in Hyderabad.

He said that the wonderful potentials of the rural youth are hidden and the purpose of this program is to bring them out and introduce them to the world. He said that the zonal level finals will be held in Nagpur on December 6 with artists who have shown talent in these competitions and the national finals will be held in Delhi on December 19. Around 600 talented people will have the opportunity to perform dances in the Republic Day Parade on January 26, 2023, at Kartavyapath.

Kishan Reddy mentioned various programs undertaken by the central government for cultural development in the country. As a part of Azadika Amrit Mahotsav, various programs have been undertaken to introduce the warriors who fought for the freedom of the country and their sacrifices to the world. In the name of Rashtriya Cultural Mahotsav, programs are being carried out to promote culture in two or three areas every year, and he mentioned that the Kashi-Tamil Sangam program was recently started in Varanasi.

Kishan Reddy said that by displaying the culture and traditions of one region in other states, the people of both regions will be aware of the cultures of the respective regions. He said that this will pave the way for the completion of the goal of ‘Ek Bharat, Shresth Bharat’. Reminding that India is leading the ‘G-20’ meetings from December 1, Kishan Reddy said that programs will be organized to reflect Indian culture in more than 250 meetings held in 55 cities across the country for the next year and they will be taken to the tourist areas around the meeting centers. About 200 artists from 4 states along with the officials of the Central Department of Culture, Cantonment Board Vice Chairman Sri Ramakrishna, and National Institute of Mental Health Director Major Ram Kumar participated in this program.


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