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  • Digitised Scripts of Yakshagana

    Why in News Recently, the voluntary community effort by the trust named Yakshavahini has made more than 900 Yakshagana scripts digitised and...

    24 Mar 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Bharatnatyam

    Origin Bharatanatyam is one of the oldest (considered to be over 2000 years old) and most popular forms of classical dance that originated in...

    06 Mar 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Yakshagana

    Yakshagana is a traditional theatre form of Karnataka. It is a temple art form that depicts mythological stories and Puranas. It is performed...

    26 Feb 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Chindu Yakshaganam

    The Chindu Yakshaganam is an age-old art form popular in Telangana. The art form dates back to second century BC. It is similar to Yakshaganam, a...

    11 Feb 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • 34th Surajkund International Crafts Mela

    Why in News The President of India inaugurated the 34th Surajkund International Crafts Mela in Surajkund, Haryana on February 1, 2020. The Mela...

    03 Feb 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Nagoba Jatara

    Why in News A month-long Nagoba Jatra festival has come to an end in Telangana. Nagoba Jatara is a tribal festival held in Keslapur village,...

    30 Jan 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Kathak

    It is one of the classical dances of India. The word Kathak has been derived from the word Katha which means a story. It is primarily performed...

    18 Jan 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Nritya Kalanidhi Award

    Why in News Recently, Bharatnatyam dancer Priyadarshini Govind has been conferred with Nritya Kalanidhi Award. The award has been presented by...

    04 Jan 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Odissi Dance

    Odissi dance is one of the classical dances of India. It is indigenous to Orissa, eastern India, and follows the principles of the...

    03 Jan 2020 Indian Art Forms

  • Natyashastra

    Why in News Recently, a three-day festival on Natyasastra was organised in Chennai (Tamil Nadu). Natyashastra Natyashastra, in full Bharata...

    09 Dec 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Hornbill Festival

    Hornbill Festival is celebrated in Nagaland to encourage inter-tribal interaction. It is one of the largest indigenous festival organised by the...

    05 Dec 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Assamese Bhaona

    Recently, the Bhaona performers made a foreign debut in Abu Dhabi. The initiative is supported by the Assam’s Department of Culture to...

    30 Oct 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Goura Gouri Festival

    Goura - Gauri festival is celebrated in Chhattisgarh. It is celebrated on the day after Diwali. Goura stands for Lord Shiva and Gauri, for...

    30 Oct 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Petta Thullal

    The chemical-based colours used during the Petta Thullal ritual are proposed to be banned by the Kerala State Pollution Board recently. The...

    21 Oct 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Lord Natraja

    An antique panchaloha ( an alloy of gold (Au), silver (Ag), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe)) idol of Lord Nataraja, stolen from a temple in...

    12 Sep 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Aadi Mahotsav

    The Aadi Mahotsav, a nine-day tribal festival and the Centre’s first official function in Ladakh after the government decided to make it a...

    17 Aug 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Kondapalli Toys

    Kondapalli toys, cultural icons of Andhra Pradesh, are one of the most sold handicrafts in India and abroad, across online, wholesale, and retail...

    16 Aug 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Sangeet Natak Akademi Awards- 2018

    Recently, the General Council of the Sangeet Natak Akademi has announced its awards in the field of performing arts for the year 2018. The awards...

    17 Jul 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Kangra Painting

    Kangra Miniature painting is one of the schools of Pahari paintings along with Guler, Basholi, Mandi, Chamba and Bilaspur. Miniatures are...

    13 Jul 2019 Indian Art Forms

  • Jagannath Rath Yatra

    The annual Lord Jagannath rath yatra began from the Jagannath temple, Puri on 4th July. The festival is celebrated on the second day of Shukla...

    12 Jul 2019 Indian Art Forms

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