Indore: ​Marathi Sahitya Akademi organises Madhya Pradesh Sanskriti Lokdhara Rang Yatra

President of Marathi Speaking Association Sangram Singh Raje Bhosale said the purpose of this two-day event is to promote Marathi culture and introduce our next generation to folk art.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Saturday, April 16, 2022, 10:02 PM IST
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Pithampur (Madhya Pradesh)

The Marathi Lokdhara Rang Yatra, by the Marathi Sahitya Akademi Madhya Pradesh Sanskriti Bhopal, was organised on 15 and 16 April at Vishwas Nagar, Pithampur, where presentation of Rang Manch was given by cultural artistes of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.

In this, Dr Anand Mali from Nashik, Maharashtra and dancers from Jabalpur captivated the audience by their performance on Shivaji Maharaj and others.

President of Marathi Speaking Association Sangram Singh Raje Bhosale said the purpose of this two-day event is to promote Marathi culture and introduce our next generation to folk art. Usha Thakur, tourism minister, Madhya Pradesh Government, former Dhar MLA Karan Singh Pawar, Sandhya Surajmal Sharma, etc. were guess guests of the programme.
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