s
Nidhi Land
   Matrimonial |  Properties |  Jobs |  Classifieds |  Ask Doctor |  Live TV |  Cartoon |  Sponsored Greetings |  Astrology  |   Red Chillies |  Tips for life |  Tribute |  Debate




      Search in

Friday, September 27, 2013 10:27:00 AM (IST)  

Udupi: Myriad folk forms steal hearts at colourful national fest

Udupi: Myriad folk forms steal hearts at colourful national fest

Pics: Umesh Marpalli
Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi

Udupi, Sep 27: The inauguration of the ‘Rashtriya Janapada Kala Vaibhava’ a five-day national festival on folk arts, organized by Sri Krishna Math and Sri Paryaya Sode Vadiraja Math was held on Wednesday September 25 at Rajangana. The festival is a five-day event ending on Sunday September 29.

The event was inaugurated by Sri Vishweshateertha Swami of Pejawar Math, Sri Vidyasagara Theertha  Swami of Krishnapura Math, Sri Vishwavallabha Theertha Swami of Paryaya Sode Vadiraja Math, and Sri Vidyadheesha Theertha Swami of Palimar Math.
 
Sri Vishwavallabhateertha Swami of Paryaya Sode Vadiraja Math, said, “Such events create awareness among the younger generation and boost national integration.”
 
The inauguration was preceded by a procession with traditional folk dance performed by national teams. The procession started from Jodukatte and ended at Rajangana and was followed by a stage show at 7.30 pm.
 
Each day five dance performances will be held. On the inaugural day, the event commenced with a folk dance of Karnataka called ‘Pooja Kunita’ which was performed on ‘Vadiraja kriti’ followed by ‘Bihu’ dance from Assam, Manipuri classical dance from Manipur, ‘Sidhigoma’ a tribal dance from Gujarat, ‘Bedary’ from Madhya Pradesh, and ‘Koli’ dance from Maharashtra. A special dance performance called ‘Karnataka Dollu Kunita’ was displayed by a women’s organization.
 
In the following days, the festival will include performances such as ‘Raas Nritya’ from Nagaland, ‘Bhavia Ghoomer’ and ‘Callbeleya’ from Rajasthan, ‘Gotipova’ from Orissa, ‘Jodi Shunk’  from Chattisgarh, ‘Sambalpuri’ from Jharkhand, ‘Dandia’ from Gujarat, ‘Lambaani’ and Koya’ tribal dance from Andhra Pradesh, ‘Karagam’, ‘Kaavadi’, and ‘Uliyu’ from Tamil Nadu, ‘Bhangra’ from Punjab, ‘Gidda’ from Haryana, ‘Holi’ from Uttar Pradesh, ‘Deepam Nritya’ from Goa, ‘Roof Dance’ from Jammu and Kashmir, ‘Kalaripayatt’ from Kerala, ‘Yellamma Jogi Nritya’, ‘Gurgi-Gurgi’, and ‘Malerayana’ from Karnataka.

 

Watch Video


Comments on this article
Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, Texas
Friday, September 27, 2013

How we would like to witness some of these colorful festivals and witness some of the dances, instruments and talents in our home town. We wish the City authorities publish these kind of events weeks or months ahead thru regular Bulletins so that we can always match our holidays to suit with these auspicious events and occasions.

All these folklores and dances are national treasures. They bring back the history of Mahabharatha and enable communities gather together and compete with each other. Competitions are good because they allow us to cooperate with each other and collaborate with one another with a view to learn and improve in all that we strive to do for the benefit of our community and our country.

It is our sincere hope that we shall be able to spend a great deal of our retirement life in our home town so that we can share all the joys of the community displayed thru periodic festivals, rituals and celebrations.

Music and entertainment in India is an industry by itself thru which millions of people survive by cheering up the community and bringing joy to the world of entertainment.

R.Bhandarkar, M'lore
Friday, September 27, 2013

Think those in the fist 5-6 photos need not do anything to steal hearts!

Unhe Dekh Ke Hee Dil Kho Jaata Hai..

Mann Mein Apne Aaap Hee Ek 'Aah'
Goonjne Lagti Hai......

 
Print this Article
Email this article to your friend
 
 
Write your Comments
 
News Title Udupi: Myriad folk forms steal hearts at colourful national fest
Your Name
Native Place / Place of Residence
Your E-mail
Your Comment
[Please limit your comments within 2000 characters]

You have characters left.
Disclaimer: Please write your correct name and email address. Kindly do not post any personal, abusive, defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent, discriminatory or unlawful or similar comments. Daijiworld.com will not be responsible for any defamatory message posted under this article.

Please note that under 66A of the IT Act, sending offensive or menacing messages through electronic communication service and sending false messages to cheat, mislead or deceive people or to cause annoyance to them is punishable. It is obligatory on Daijiworld to provide the IP address and other details of senders of such comments, to the authority concerned upon request.

Hence, sending offensive comments using daijiworld will be purely at your own risk, and in no way will Daijiworld.com be held responsible.
 
Security Validation
Enter the characters in the image above
 
 
Published by Daijiworld Media Pvt Ltd Mangalore
Editor-in-chief : Walter Nandalike


Corporate Office :
Daijiworld Residency,
Airport Road, Bondel Post,
Mangalore - 575 008
Karnataka India
Telephone : +91-824-2982023
City Office :
First Floor,
Divya Deepa Arcade,
Bendorewell, Kankanady,
Mangalore - 575 002
Karnataka India
Telephone : +91-824-4259372
e-mail   General enquiry: office@daijiworld.com, News & Info : news@daijiworld.com

Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | About Us
Copyright ©2001 - 2014. All rights reserved.
Our Franchise Offices
Kishoo Enterprises, Maithri Complex, 3rd Floor,
Udupi Service Bus Stand, Udupi, Karnataka. Pin 576101
Telephone : 0091-820-4295571
e-mail : udupi@daijiworld.com
Daijiworld Middle East FZE
P.O.Box: 84772, Dubai, UAE
Tel: 971-50-6597629  Fax: 971-4-2639207
Email: dubai@daijiworld.com
There has been a database error. Technical Support has already been notified. You will be informed when this issue is resolved. Thank you for your patience!