Rekhta Foundation to host ‘Anjas Mahotsav’ on October 29th and 30th in Rajasthan
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | October 11, 2022 | News
Anjas Mahotsav Rekhta Foundation
Rekhta Foundation announces ‘Anjas Mahotsav’ on October 29th and 30th in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, in order to revive and rejuvenate Rajasthani Language. The 2-day event will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan and the Maharaja of Jodhpur.
The Anjas Mahotsav is the first-ever festival, devoted to the Rajasthani language. It is a celebration that will bring together literature, theatre, scholars and researchers, performing arts, music, films, traditional games, local food, storytelling, arts and crafts, design and architecture and various other intangible Rajasthani cultural practices to the forefront.
Artists and litterateurs such as Shailesh Lodha; Ila Arun; Arjun Deo Charan; Mame Khan; Ustad Anwar Khan Manganiyar; Nathulal Solanki; Meer Mukhthiar Ali; Maheshram Meghwal; Madhu Acharya; Barmer Boys; Rahgir; Aruna Roy; Aidan Singh Bhati; Ramswaroop Kisan; Sharda Krishna; Malchand Tiwari; CP Deval among others will be participating in the festival.
Sanjiv Saraf, industrialist and founder, Rekhta Foundation said, “Owing to its exclusion from the 8th schedule of the constitution, the only way to learn Rajasthani is as a mother tongue. The multitude and richness of Rajasthani cultures and traditions are fading with the passing of time due to the lack of institutional infrastructure. We are on a vital turn of evolution where the mode of preservation is changing. Owing to the presence of technologies, today it is possible to preserve and enhance the accessibility of any language and literature more than ever. The foundation of Anjas has been laid to ignite the revival and rejuvenation of the Rajasthani language and tradition by the people of Rajasthan.”
Satish Gupta, Head Programs and Outreach, Rekhta Foundation said, “In its first edition at Jodhpur, the two-day literary and cultural festival will bring together a plethora of genres and art forms of the state such as literature, theatre, academia, performing arts, music, films, arts and crafts, and various other intangible cultural practices.”
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The festival will bring together literature, theatre, scholars and researchers, performing arts, music, films, and many more.