World Living Heritage Festival 2014 to start from 13th March

World Living Heritage Festival 2014 to start from 13th March

World Living Heritage Festival 2014 will begin from 13th March at City Palace. The festival is organized by Maharana Mewar Charitable Trust in association with UNESCO, New Delhi.

 
World Living Heritage Festival 2014 to start from 13th March

World Living Heritage Festival 2014 will begin from 13th March at City Palace. The festival is organized by Maharana Mewar Charitable Trust in association with UNESCO, New Delhi.

The 4 day festival will showcase seminar, photography exhibition, traditional art exhibitions, statue making and many cultural programs.

While informing about the motive of festival, Vrinda Raje Singh, coordinator of World Living Heritage Festival 2014 said, “Foundation has initiated this festival under the direction and guidance of Shreeji Arvind Singh Mewar, president of the foundation. The only objective is to spread awareness and knowledge about History, Art, Science, Vastu, Medicine, Color, Tradition and Folk art to the newer generation.”

On the first day of festival, digital demonstration of folk art will be presented at Sabha Shriomani ka Darikhana, City Palace. The program will be inaugurated by François Richier, Ambassador of France to India.

On the same day, French photographer Albert Huber and local photographer Anuradha Saroop will exhibit their photographs of Udaipur at Zanana Mahal.

International Seminar

A three day international seminar will also start on the same day at Fateh Prakash Palace Convention center where experts will present their knowledge on Living Heritage. Educationists from top Indian Universities and many from foreign countries are also expected to share their views on the subject.

Sculpture Art

On 14Th March, Austrian Ambassador to India, Bernhard Wrabetz will inaugurate a presentation of Sculpture Art at Zanana Mahal. 47 sculptures will be kept in the exhibition. The exhibition is backed by Ministry of Art and Culture, Government of India.

Cultural Music and Dance

On the evening of 13th March, Manjusha Patil Kulkarni from Gwalior Gharana will present Indian Classical Music. On 14th, Manisha Agarwal and Malini Avasthi will showcase their musical skills, while on 15th March dancers from Odissa Dance Academy will perform and on 16th Yoshandan from Nathdwara Gharana will present his skills on Pakhwaj.

Holika Dahan

To conclude fourth day of the festival, Holika Dahan will be conducted at City Palace’s Manak Chowk.

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