n A campaign “Sanghralaya se Samvaad” is being held at Madhya Pradesh State Tribal Museum. The campiagn began on November 14 to connect children and young visitors with museums.
Under this series, about 2,000 children of various schools of the State visited Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum. They witnessed Madhya Pradesh's tribal life, Kalabodh, Devalok, sports galleries and various types of art crafts displayed in the museum.
They also observed with bariki. Along with this, the children praised the paintings made by Bhili painter Sharama Baria under “Shalaka-4” in the museum's exhibition gallery “Likhandra”.
Under the same series, about 200 children of Government Subhash Higher Secondary School, Bhopal visited museum on Thursday. The students shared their experience in the Tribal Museum. Khushi Pal, Shruti, Anu, Ankaksha, Prachi, Bhoomi, Udita, students of class 9, told that after visiting the museum, they understood the tribal life and everyone loved the arts composed by them.
Among the students, Vishal Meena, Yash, Sachin Tedela said that they have come to know the rural surroundings and the culture there which is amazing, the houses of the tribes and the arts preserved here are very attractive.
School teacher Gulab Singh said that after the tour the children are also given a competition in the school in which the children share their ideas in writing and oral.
Rashi Raghuvanshi told that she closely teaches children about museum arts so that they can get tribal cultural knowledge.