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Manganiyars and Manipur tie up Arth fest

DNMUM431664 | 2/11/2019 | Author : Advitya Bahl | WC :230 | Art & Culture

Finale | Three-day cultural festival ends with talks on past, eye on future

New Delhi: The third and last day of Arth — A Cultural Festival ended on Sunday with a discussion on various issues such as the traditions of Kashmir, Rituals: balancing tradition and modernity, the untold stories of Indian courtesans and discussion on the visibility of the LGBTQIA community.
The epic Ramayana was also depicted through shadow puppets. Arth celebrated the essence of ‘Indic thought and philosophy’.
The last day was packed with discourses and performances that highlighted cultures that make-up India’s rainbow. While lyricist Manoj Muntashir and professor Arjun Singh Kadian engaged in poetry in Meri Fitrat Hai Mastana, an expert panel discussed the myth and facts of the Aryan Invasion Theory. Author and journa
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