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Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel inaugurates the Tribal Dance Festival.

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Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel reached the Science College ground in Raipur to begin the Tribal Dance Festival. Addressing citizens at the inauguration of Rajyotsava and the National Tribal Dance Festival.

He said, “I extend a warm welcome to all dancers and foreign guests.”

“I extend my heartfelt congratulations to everyone in the state on State Foundation Day and the third National Tribal Dance Festival.”

“Globally, tribal societies practice similar dance arts. Tribes have always wished for all humanity to have equal rights in nature, and for everyone to do their part to protect it. The National Tribal Dance Festival’s goal is to preserve cultures.

The National Tribal Dance Festival attracts 1500 artists from across the country and around the world. As a result, tribal cultures can be more easily spread and exchanged.

“The history of dance is as old as man,” Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said. The dancing styles and musical instruments of tribals are similar everywhere.

This tradition of tribal dance was passed from one generation to another, and this is how we have reached here today. The festival’s primary goal is to preserve tribal traditions and raise awareness of tribal cultures.

As time passed, people’s lifestyles evolved. All people should have the same rights to nature and should work to preserve it. Today, a faulty understanding of development has put nature in jeopardy. Chhattisgarh is primarily a tribal and agricultural state. “Our government continues to reflect the principles that underpin the state movement.”

On this occasion, the Vidhansabha Chairman Dr Charandas Mahant, Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu, Agriculture Minister Ravindra Chaubey, Transport Minister Mohammad Akbar, Cultural Minister Amarjit Bhagat, Excise Minister Kawasi Lakhma, Women and Child Development Minister Anila Bhediya, and many other public representatives were present. 

The Rajyotsav 2022 started with the Chhattisgarhi song Arpa Pairi Ke Dhaar while the guests were on the stage. The Chief Minister kicked off the National Tribal Dance Festival by performing a tribal Nagada. Amarjit Bhagat, the Chief Minister’s Cultural Minister, presented him with a Mandar, a tribal community symbol.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel also launched the National Tribal Dance Festival 2021 coffee table book at the event.

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