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DR JYOTSNA SINGH LAUNCHES ‘TAWI FESTIVAL I TAWI FESTIVAL: SHOWCASING JAMMU’S ART, CULTURE AND HERITAGE I BOLD NEWS

Four day ‘Tawi Festival’ to begin from March 1: Dr Jyotsna Singh

The four day long ‘Tawi Festival’ to showcase Jammu region’s art, culture and heritage will begin from March 1, 2024.
This was stated by Dr Jyotsna Singh, the Director of Amar Mahal Museum and Library (AMML), while addressing a press conference held here today.
Addressing to the media persons, Dr Jyotsna said, “This time four-day ‘Tawi festival’ will strictly remain focussed on the promotion of Jammu’s rich, diverse art forms and cultural heritage where the youth will also get a platform to give a vent to their creativities besides sharing thoughts with experts.”
“The festival comprises of Seminars, workshops and talks, performances of folk music and street theatre, classical and folk dance and music and a Mela, with an emphasis on showcasing entrepreneurship, innovation, and local cuisines, and organic products sourced from women’s NGO groups across the Himalayan region. The last day is being hosted in the University of Jammu.”
Many senior faculty members across disciplines including Prof Shyam Narain Lal, Prof Suman Jamwal, Prof Deepika Slathia, Prof Parmil Kumar, Dr Suvidha Khanna and Dr Garima Gupta are collaborating in organizing the festival. Sumit Sharma is looking after creatives of the festival.
Among those who were present on the occasion included Lalit Gupta, eminent historian, Prof Parmil Kumar, HoD Statistics, JU and an avid bird watcher and photographer, Dr Garima Gupta and Dr Pardeep Bali from the Dept of Media Studies, JU and Col (Retd) Sudip Mitra, Secretary of the Hari-Tara Charitable Trust and Addl Director of the Museum and Library.

 

 

 

 

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