To extend a magnificent welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Cultural Department is actively preparing several cultural events as directed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
From the airport through Dharma Path and Ram Path to the railway station, over 1,400 local artists will present cultural performances on around 40 stages.
Furthermore, 30 local artists will showcase their talents at the airport meeting venue. Along the route, artists on a total of 40 stages aim not only to showcase their cultural heritage but also to captivate both PM Modi and the audience with their presentations.
“As per the Chief Minister’s instructions, the Culture Department has made robust preparations for the Prime Minister’s grand welcome. A total of 40 stages will be set up during PM Modi’s roadshow, featuring presentations by over 1400 local artists. A huge stage will be made at Gate Number 3 of the airport, and five stages will be placed between the Airport and Saket Petrol Pump. Along the Dharma Path, artists will showcase their performances on 26 stages,” the CMO said in a press release.
The essence of Uttar Pradesh’s culture will gracefully unfold on five stages along the Ram Path and three stages spanning from Arundhati Parking to Tedhi Bazaar and the Railway Station.CM Yogi Adityanath has directed an unprecedented welcome for PM Modi in Ayodhya.
“The Culture Department has also made extensive preparations for this. Vaibhav Mishra from Ayodhya will blow the ‘conch’. Meanwhile, Mohit Chaurasia, coming from the Kashi, will play the ‘damru’ and Khajan Singh and Mahipal, along with their team from Mathura, will leave their mark through the performance of ‘Bam Rasiya’.” the CMO added.
Additionally, Mathura’s popular ‘Mayur’ dance will grace several stages. Other artists like Deepak Sharma, Govind Tiwari, and Madhav Acharya, along with many others, will also present their performances with their teams on various stages.
In the sequence of cultural programs, ‘Ramnagari’ will be adorned with the colours of various cultures, including ‘Avadhi’, ‘Vantangiya’, and ‘Faruwahi’. Ragini Srivastava from Lucknow and Brajesh Pandey from Sultanpur will enchant the audience with ‘Avadhi’ folk dance, while Sugam Singh Shekhawat from Gorakhpur will introduce the art of ‘Vantangia’ dance. Brj Bihari Dubey from Gorakhpur, Vindhyachal Azaad, Mukesh Kumar ‘Faruwahi’ from Ayodhya, and JK Sharma from Jhansi, along with their teams, will present an unparalleled ‘Rai’ folk dance performance.
With the various popular folk dances of Uttar Pradesh, residents of Ayodhya will also witness the cultural presentations of other states. Here, Ramveer from Palwal (Haryana) and Palinaath from Faridabad will present the art of the ‘Been-bansuri’ dance. Mamta from Rajasthan will showcase a ‘Chakri’ dance performance. Manish Yadav from Madhya Pradesh will present the ‘Baredi’ dance.
(with inputs from ANI)