News Parbhani Rajkumar Munde On the third day of Mahasanskrit Mahotsav organized by Tourism and Cultural Affairs Department and District Administration, Parbhani, local artists gave a unique presentation of rare and endangered folk art and culture. Maharashtra is a culturally rich state and even today, various social groups are developing the richness of various folk arts from its rural areas.
To promote this folk art and culture of Maharashtra and to encourage local folk artists, on the third day of Mahasanskrit Mahotsav organized in Parbhani, local artists performed Vasudev, folk drama, Potraj and traditional folk arts like Garudi, Bagh-Murga, Dhangar. Did. Geet, Koli dance, Masanjogi, Bahurupi, Povaada, Gunkal, Jagran. And culture was presented bravely today. Collector Raghunath Gawde, Commissioner Trupti Sandbhor, Additional Collector Dr. Pratap Kale, Additional Chief Executive Officer Ajinkya Pawar, Additional Superintendent of Police Yashwant Kale, Resident Deputy Collector Anuradha Dhalkari, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Vishal Jadhav and a large number of citizens were present.