The highlights of this 3-day National Tribal Dance Festival includes- The Tribal Dance Area, Tribal Conclave, Fashion & Textile, Art, and Beauty & Wellness apart from a Live Showcase Area, a tribal-inspired exhibit, Shilpagram and Food Area
A three-day National Tribal Dance Festival will be celebrated in Chhattisgarh from October 28 to October 30, 2021, under the tourism development plan of the state government.
The festival will be held at the Science College Ground and it will witness the participation of Tribal Dance Groups from various states and union territories of the country.
Moreover, several international troupes representing the tribal folk culture of their countries will also take part in this gala event.
The three-day National Tribal Dance Festival will feature multiple artists belonging to diverse tribal communities from across the Indian states and from countries including the Kingdom of Eswatini, Uzbekistan, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Syria, Mali and Palestine.
It is worth mentioning here that organising the National Tribal Dance Festival in Chhattisgarh is an important endeavour to showcase the diverse tribal culture of the state in front of the world as several areas of the state like Bastar, Dantewada, Koriya, Korba, Bilaspur, Gariabandh, Mainpur, Dhura, Dhamtari, Surguja, Jashpur have a significant tribal population with their own distinctive history, culture and traditions and in tune with a natural way of life.
The first edition of the National Tribal Dance Festival was held in 2019 and participants from 25 Indian states and 6 guest countries took part in it and it was witnessed by over 1 lakh audience.
The dance performances will be held in two categories of Wedding Ceremonies and Other Prominent Rituals.
Moreover, the participants will don traditional attires and their artistic presentations on stage will be accompanied by tribal instruments.
The highlights of this 3-day festival include- The Tribal Dance Area, Tribal Conclave, Fashion & Textile, Art, and Beauty & Wellness apart from a Live Showcase Area, a tribal-inspired exhibit, Shilpagram and Food Area.
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