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the state government threw its weight behind the NFSA and initiated bold PDS reforms. First, the Left Democratic Front (LDF) government of Kerala on Monday informed the Supreme Court that it favoured the entry of women of all age groups in the historic Sabarimala temple in the state. (Chuckles).will have Bangladesh as the guest country.Organised by the Department of Culture of Madhya Pradesh the week-long festival from February 20 will be held against the backdrop of the Khajuraho temples in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh state in central India “We are introducing Atithi Devo Bhav this year to introduce their (Bangaladesh) cultural practices This year we are inviting Bangladesh to showcase their culture and to celebrate the spirit of dance in musical extravaganza of Khajuraho” Rahul Rastogi Assistant Director at Ustad Allaudin Khan Academy Bhopal told IANS With the artistes being chosen by national selection committee the Khajuraho Dance Festival 2017 will see artistes perform different forms of Indian classical dances like Kathak Bharatnatyam Odissi Chhau Mohiniyattam Kuchipudi and Kathakali “The festival will also have programmes like Art Mart Naipathya International Film Festival to create a package for the audience They are not only enjoying the musical extravaganza but also educating themselves through discussions” Rastogi said “Art Mart is an international art exhibition targeted to the youth Many other workshops are available to showcase our culture and cultural practices” he added This edition of the Khajuraho Dance Festival will have Bangladesh’s popular classical cultural organisation Shadhona The artistes of Shadhona will perform everyday at this week-long festival The international art exhibition Art Mart will include different paintings sculptures graphics and photographs Besides India 22 countries including Bangladesh Canada Bahrain France Indonesia Italy Japan Malaysia Nepal Romania Russia Singapore Korea and Turkey are participating From India 550 artists are taking part It will also host Kala Varta which will include discussions on current scenario or art and art market It will also have poetry films paintings performing arts among other forms of art For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News There was a disabled man blowing up balloons.

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