Talented artistes are not exactly a rare sight around here, it being the 'cultural
season' and everything. But take five hundred samples of this species, all of
them putting their best foot forward, for three days of back-to-back performances:
the art-lovers cup brimmeth over.
Every year young people (18-35 years, though some people might disagree) from
all over the state will perform all forms of Indian classical arts, and the best
of them will visit Jharkand later this month for the grand finale of this national
festival organised by the Govt of India. The event will have bharatnatyam, kuchipudi,
kathak, Hindustani and Carnatic vocal and instrumental, plus folk dances of many
The folk dances will take place at Lalitha Kala Thoranam from 5pm every evening,
but the rest of the programs will happen at Ravindra Bharathi all day long.
Please contact the Director of Youth Service at 2323-4360, 2323-3900 for further