If you’re someone who is always interested in culture, literature, history and arts, then this multi-regional Culture fest is where you can register and stop looking any further. The festival is a look-back to the gone past of the rich Indian civilization and features some engaging discussion by eminent speaks from the concerned fields.
What’s Arth culture Fest?
Arth isn’t merely a festival, but a culture quest that will keep alive the meaning of our culture. This festival will focus on literature, culture, society, music, traditions, history and art. It’s a platform for art and culture lovers to learn and celebrate Indian culture across all its dimensions.
What To Expect?
The 3-day immersive spectacle for the eyes, food for the mind and ideas of the soul, the festival features panel discussions by prominent journalists, writers, authors and members of Parliament. Look forward to lectures and panel discussions by some of the country’s most celebrated and respected scholars, intellectuals, journalists, authors, performers, artists and members of parliament. That’s not all, Arth will host workshops ranging from Indic arts to Indic martial arts, a curated expo focusing on Indic crafts, as we as an elaborate food flea. Notable personalities like Smriti Irani, Subramaniam Swami and Raveena Tandon are all set to grace the fest.
What You’ll Love?
The festival is going to showcase the rich arts and crafts of the country – Patua, Phad, Cherial, Madhubani, Pattachitra, Chittara, Warli, Kalamkari, masks and bamboo crafts of North East India through live workshops and master classes. You can also shop for these crafts at a special flea market and get your hands on over 30 food experiences that represent the length and breadth of the country.
When I 8th-9th February 2019.
Where I Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 11 Mansingh Road, Near Andhra Bhavan, Rajpath Area, Central Secretariat, New Delhi, Delhi 110011
Register I Here
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