Udupi; Sept 30: Addressing the people gathered in national festival of folk arts in Shree Krishna Temple’s Rajangana, organized by Paryaya Sodhe Math’s Indian cultural Arts Academy, Paryaya Sodhe Vishwavallabha Theertha Shreepadha said in his address that there are many arts in India to provoke but without provoking blossoming art is folk art.
During five days of national folk arts programme, folk arts teams from different parts of the India have participated and gave nectar (Panchamratha), ingredients to all the five organs of the people. By the grace of Shree Krishna, we could be able to organize the programme like these involving different teams of the country.
While speaking, Bharathiya Kala Academy president Ramakrishna Davangere said that in Udupi, whole India has danced and we could able to watch all the arts of different parts of the country under one roof.
Participants belonging to different religions including Hindus, Muslims and Christians participated in this five day programme, thus spreading communal harmony. Participants from 24 states of the country displayed their cultural dance forms.
Ramakrishna, President of Indian Cultural Academy, Prof.Heranje Bhat and team, Udupi, Manjunath, Jayaraj and Yogesh were felicitated on the occasion.
Pejavar’s junior Vishwaprasanna Theertha Shreepada has surprised the gathering by blessing the event in all the languages like Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Kannada.
Krishnapura Vidhyasagar Theertha Shreepada, Adamaru Vishwaprasanna Theertha Shreepadaji were present.Madhvesha Tantry, Math’s manager has welcomed the gathering.
All the participating teams from different places expressed their satisfaction over the arrangements, accommodation and food served was amazing, delicious and healthy as well, they said.