The ‘Lokrang’ organized by the Madhya Pradesh Government Culture Department will begin from January 26 at the Ravindra Bhavan.
The 36th Lokrang ceremony is being organized this year from January 26 to 30 limiting the implementation of Covid-19 guidelines. This year, along with regional and tribal life, art, culture, culture and creed of Madhya Pradesh, a convergence will be organized on the multi-cultural aspects of other states. Cultural performances in this festival will take place on the main stage daily from 07 to January 26.
Chief guest of 'Lokrang' function will be Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Chief Minister- Madhya Pradesh and will be chaired by Usha Thakur, Minister, Department of Culture, Spirituality and Tourism, Madhya Pradesh. Every citizen is free to enter the five-day multi-cultural ceremony.
In the programme this year, the Bundeli culture and art-based concert 'Bodh', which incorporates the traditional dance and singing forms prevalent in Bundelkhand, will be featured.
The songs of West Bengal bowls, Bundeli singing of Madhya Pradesh, Bhojpuri singing - Bihar, Malvi singing - Madhya Pradesh, Kashmiri singing - Kashmir and Nimari singing - Madhya Pradesh will be organized under the program.
Dance performances of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Uttarakhand states will be organized along with the performance of Samvat Nritya-unmukt based on Bhili arts.
Children's films will be screened on January 27 under the euphoria, which will be inaugurated at 2 pm by noted film actor Rakesh Srivastava, Mumbai, Iran will have a cultural presentation on January 28 under longitude.
About 75 traditional craftsmen of the state and other states will display and sell their crafts under the craft fair of various craft mediums. In which bamboo, grass, wood, iron, brass, leaf, lac, craftsmen of various types of textile traditions are participating. Along with this, this year a workshop of various crafts of Madhya Pradesh is being organized, in which clay, bamboo, dolls, lac tribal ornaments, mandana, tattoo, goand and bheel tribal paintings as well as textile dyeing, printing.
Fifteen traditional artists will participate and showcase the technique and process of craft making to the curious. The curious will also learn these arts from the craftsmen, which have been arranged in the fair premises.
A combination of the exhibition 'Pranati' centered on the contribution of Pemafatya and Gond tribal painter Kalabai Shyam.
On January 30, on the occasion of the death anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, 'Pir Parai Jaane Re' ... Music will be sung by famous Sufi singers Rohani Sisters, New Delhi.