Innovative steps and Ideas to save the unique, capable but lesser-known festivals/fairs/culture of India and the ways to promote them worldwide

Innovative steps and Ideas to save the unique, capable but lesser-known festivals/fairs/culture of India and the ways to promote them worldwide
Start Date :
Aug 24, 2022
Last Date :
Dec 31, 2022
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“Deshke Utsav” Is a campaign brought to you by the Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with the Government of India. The Utsav Portal website, a digital initiative developed ...

“Deshke Utsav” Is a campaign brought to you by the Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with the Government of India. The Utsav Portal website, a digital initiative developed and launched by the Ministry of Tourism, aims to showcase all the events, festivals and live darshans across India to promote different regions of the country as popular tourist destinations worldwide. This portal showcases the month-wise and State wise calendar contents on festivals, Events and Online Pooja/Aarti.

The Ministry of Tourism invites suggestions from the citizens of India about the innovative ways in which we can save the disappearing festivals/cultures and the ways to promote them worldwide.

Ministry of Tourism encourages users to visit the Utsav platform/website, where users can find information about various events, festivals, and can watch real-time darshans across the nation https://utsav.gov.in/

The best entries from the citizens will be identified by the Ministry and will be featured on the MyGov page.

Last Date of Submission 31st December 2022

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SARVESH KADUKAR 1 month 19 hours ago

In Nagpur there is Marbat festival celebrating during Pola. This is rare festival. Pictures and history of such festivals are required to be collected. State and district wise calendar is required to be made. Government products with pictures of these festivals may provide promotion to these festivals. Also posters of these festivals may be displayed on railway or bus station so that tourists get the information. Some social worker or community is taking active part in such festivals government permission may provided to them and some of them contacted for tourist purpose. Also upcoming festivals may be displayed on different government websites.

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Bheema Bhat 1 month 1 day ago

Koragajja Swamy is a form of Lord Shiva and he is worshipped as the main deity in Mangalore.
Koragajja is considered as one of the most sacred God in Mangalore and he is considered as very powerful and he is worshipped as the Ishita Deva by the village people in Mangalore. He is also known by various other names in other places, but in Mangalore he is called as Koragajja. People used to offer alcohol, betel nut, some fruits and flowers. These things are considered as the favourite items for Lord Koragajja.
Koragajja is worshipped during Monday’s , since he is considered as Anshan of Lord Shiva.
Lord Koragajja has owned a permanent place in the hearts of Mangalore people and he is a popular deity in Mangalore, Karnataka.

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Muskan khatoon 1 month 1 day ago

stories are the best way to preserve our cultural heritage &‌‌ cultural values.
few example are harkatha, chitrakathi ,villupaatu,yaksha gana & kathaprasangam.

A leader know Hindu festival "pola".
since India is ab agrarian economy
We need to appreciate and honour.
their festival tool.

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TamannaAshraf 1 month 1 day ago

Ideas to promote Indian culture .
Indian culture, festivals and fairs shows unity in diversity. It strengthen our humanity and brotherhood. Nowadays people had forgotten our rich Indian culture they use to wear western dresses, eat western food. But it is necessary to protect our rich indian culture. Some of the ideas for this are - Government should organise fairs and ralley at public places. Schools need to organise cultural program every year. Parent should talk to their children about Indian culture.
Thank you.