Wednesday,August 29, 2018
Muktakashi Manch, Mahant Ghasidas Sangrahalaya Parisar, Raipur
The above program is being organized to protect the moral values of India from the Program of Rainforest by Directorate, Culture and Archeology, Department, Raipur. From the eighth century to the 13th century the tradition of classical dance remained in the field of Central India. The name of this area was known as "South Kosala". At that time, classical dance was very prevalent. This tradition was not developed from the 14th century and this cultural tradition reached the verge of extinction. After independence, this dance series, based on the rainy season, started by the experienced dance masters of the country, in order to popularize this dance tradition in a very academic fashion.
This dance was prevalent in the Shiva Mandir in the 6th and 7th centuries and from 12th century to the Vishnu temple. Since independence, this dance started in stage (stage). In order to pay homage to Bharatthamruni, the Pancham Veda, the theater of India, this festival has been organized by Directorate, Culture and Archeology, Department, Raipur.