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
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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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abruthresh_1
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Ruthresh A B 1 year 1 month ago

As said by me im previous content those people can be used to do cultural dramas songs ect at different places like in olden days. This can be conducted by the government so that money is circulated or can be done even for free as all can enjoy and be equal. They people who come to see this cam provide how much they can as funds so that would be useful for them.

abruthresh_1
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Ruthresh A B 1 year 1 month ago

As i said before in Idea Box the people of road side can be given this work of doing cultural programs and like such things.
They can do weaving, Indias handloom dresses, dhoties, yellow bags, farming, cattle growing, etc.
Here is the pdf of my idea about reducing poverty PLS take a look.

NituRani_33
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NituRani 1 year 1 month ago

Most of us have forgotten the various festivals we have and the actual methods of celebrating them predominately among the tribal areas. Dress habits have completely changed and we have forgotten the rural economy involved in handmade silk weaving. More than Indian dresses are very colourful and it actually suits our dusky colour. Since we don’t focus on our festivals, the opportunities to wear these are also coming down. Most have forgotten our traditional food dishes and the cooking methods and various nutrition involved in it. Currently packaged foods have flushed our home and it will take a while to feel the consequences. I personally feel, arts and crafts have been part of our long history and culture, and significant efforts should be done to preserve these or else we would become like any western country. The only way you can uphold our culture is when you travel abroad. This is when you would know what is good in India and what is bad abroad.

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Hajarabanu Ismail Wasesa 1 year 1 month ago

fairs and cultural programs are our rich culture.
Our cultural programs shows unity in diversity. It strengthens our humanity by participating in every cultural programs. Schools and colleges should involve students in such activities.

DrvanitKumar
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DrvanitKumar 1 year 1 month ago

Fairs are symbols of our rich civilization and culture. Fairs not only strengthen the spirit of mutual brotherhood, but also play an important role in preserving our ancient cultural heritage.