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Kajli training camp organized in Mirzapur
A 10-day Kajli training workshop was organized in Mujehra village of Kon development block on the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi in Mirzapur. Kajli singer Padmashree Ajita Srivastava introduced the budding artists to the genre of Kajali. Former MLA Shuchismita Maurya, the chief guest of the concluding ceremony, appreciated the ardor of the younger generation and said that the task of taking care of the soil that has arisen from their soil rests on the shoulders of the younger generation.
District Social Welfare Officer Girish Chandra Dubey said that the urge to cherish our culture is helpful in preserving the heritage. Poet Ganesh Gambhir threw light on the history of Kajali.
Workshop started from 5th May
The training camp was organized under the joint aegis of Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Akademi and Sargam Cultural Sanstha. The Kajali workshop, which started on May 5, ended on Saturday. The Chief Guest and the Special Guest inaugurated the program by garlanding the picture of Maa Saraswati and lighting the lamp. Vandana and welcome song were presented by the school children.
many folk music sung
Mrs. Srivastava appreciated the enthusiasm and dedication of the participants in the workshop and training. Said that if such a small camp is organized, then the younger generation will get a chance to connect with their cultural heritage and art. Said the village has changed. The atmosphere of the earlier village, the intimacy has now reduced. Expressed the pain in Kajri that “Kattal of old age Pipro Sukhail and Ganch Nibia, play Kajri instead of swinging, batail gail, gauvau herai gial na.” The participants of the camp danced with Radhe, Nandlal Ho, Padela Jhir Jhir Buniya. The girls drank famously all over the world, they were fascinated by not listening to the Mirzapur drink.
Bhava dance was performed on the song
Vaishnavi Aggarwal sang the song Satyam Shivam Sundaram as a tribute to Lataji with melodious vocals. Manish Sharma, a qualified disciple of Pandit Maheshwar Tripathi, presented Bhava dance on the song Shiv Stuti Kajari. The guests were honored by garlanding and providing angavastram. former village head
these people were present
Anoop Srivastava, the receptionist thanked the guests. Directed by Lallu Tiwari. The cooperation of Jai Kumar, Monika, Jyoti, Sangeeta etc. in the program was commendable. Former head Premchand was honored and gifts were given to encourage the children. On this occasion, the guests planted trees for nature conservation.