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President of India inaugurates ‘unmesha’ and ‘utkarsh’ festivals

The President of India commenced the ‘Unmesha‘ International Literature Festival and the ‘Utkarsh‘ Festival of Folk and Tribal Performing Arts in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. These festivals, organized by the Sahitya Akademi and Sangeet Natak Akademi, respectively, have a shared purpose of celebrating inclusivity and cultural diversity in the region. With the participation of over 800 artists from various states and Union Territories, the events promise to be a vibrant showcase of artistic expressions.

The ‘Unmesha’ festival spans three days and brings together literary enthusiasts from around the world, providing a platform for intellectual exchange and creative discussions. On the other hand, ‘Utkarsh’ honors the rich heritage of folk and tribal traditions in India, offering a stage for these expressive art forms to thrive and captivate the audience.

Unmesha: India’s Inclusive and Expansive Literary Gathering

  • The ‘Unmesha’ festival has earned accolades as India’s most inclusive and Asia’s largest literary gathering.
  • With over 575 authors participating in 102 languages across more than 75 events, ‘Unmesha’ is on the path to becoming the world’s largest literature festival.
  • The presence of writers from 13 countries further enhances its global reach, sparking cross-cultural dialogues that enrich the collective human experience.

Utkarsh: Celebrating India’s Rich Folk and Tribal Traditions

  • The ‘Utkarsh’ festival stands as a tribute to India’s rich heritage of folk and tribal expressions.
  • It serves as a vital platform for traditional artists and performers to showcase their art forms and preserve the cultural legacy of diverse communities.
  • Through ‘Utkarsh,’ India proudly displays a vivid tapestry of its cultural diversity, fostering appreciation for indigenous arts and showcasing their value in a modern, interconnected world.

Unmesha & Utkarsh festivals: Fostering Tribal Progress

For India’s path towards becoming a developed nation, it is crucial to ensure the progress of tribal communities. Embracing these festivals signifies a collaborative endeavor where they actively participate in the country’s development, while also preserving their rich culture, traditions, customs, and the precious natural environment they cherish as their homeland.

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  • Governor of Madhya Pradesh: Mangubhai Patel
  • Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

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