Supported by Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, Directorate of Culture.
Bagheli folk song by Roshni Prasad Mishra & Prajit Kumar Saket group
The Baghelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh has had a long tradition of performing songs that are associated with different rites of passage from birth to death. The group will present songs such as sohar, anjuri, mundan, barua, madba, banna-banni, karma and such others associated with various stages in human life.
Gangaur folk dance by Vishal Sakalle group
Performed during the first month of the Hindu calendar (Chaitra), the festival of Gangaur celebrates the union of lord Shiva (Gan) and his consort, goddess Gauri or Parvati. Bedecked in colourful costumes, both married and unmarried women dance merrily to the accompaniment of rituals and folk songs, seeking the blessings of the holy couple.
Bagheli folk drama by Neeraj PKunder & Roshni Prasad Mishra group
Based on a traditional belief that a child born with its feet coming out first, has magic in its feet, Latmarba is a folk story of one such person, Jiyaman. At first, unaware of his miraculous power, he struggles through life. However, upon realising the gift that he is endowed with, his life changes forever. Presented through the medium of Bagheli songs and dance, this folk drama conveys a socially significant message.
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