Bhopal: A three-day GramRang, a festival of colors, art, folk and culture began with an exhibition and gond tribal dance at Gandhi Bhawan on Friday. Gramrang is an effort, providing a platform by making available a market to all the farmers and craftsmen, where all the goods and products can get fair prices along with the celebrations of Ba Bapu 150, in remembrance of Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba Gandhi and along with that National Youth Day on January 12.
It was inaugurated by Higher Education, Youth and Sports Minister Jitu Patwari in the presence of Rajgopal PV, founder Ekta Parishad, Kunal Chaudhary, MLA Kala Pipal, Ransingh Parmar Chairman Ekta Parishad. Gram Rang is a platform to showcase the arts, cultures and different aspects of Yuva ki Dristi, Gao ki Mitti with an picture exhibition has been organised. The sharing of land and youth has been shown through photographs taken on the geographical locations of Madhya Pradesh.
Over 30 photographs selected in the photo competition have been included in the three-day exhibition. The event began with the introduction of Gram Rang along with guest session, “Before becoming an Muslim or an Hindu it’s important to become an human first” quoted by Jeetu Patvari. “Our religion is that no Human should sleep hungry” were the words said by Raja Gopal P.V. Besides, Gond dance Danda was presented by tribal children of Manthan Art and Education and Welfare, Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh (MP). The event is being organised by GO Rurban which is an attempt to connect the youth of cities and villages.