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There has been an extension of the National Tribal Dance Festival in Chhattisgarh until November 6

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel announced that the National Tribal Dance Festival in Chhattisgarh’s Raipur had been extended until November 6 due to public demand.

As a result of performances, competitions, and folk culture displays, the Science College festival has so far attracted nearly 1 lakh participants. Almost

1,500 dancers from across India and countries such as Mozambique, Mongolia, Tonga, Russia, Indonesia, Maldives, Serbia, New Zealand and Egypt participated in the festival. There were two categories of competition, ‘traditional’ and ‘familial,’ and each troupe participated.

Hemant Soren, the Chief Minister of Jharkhand, also attended the festival on Thursday.

At the National Tribal Dance Festival in Raipur, Chattisgarh, Bhupesh Bhagel performed. (Photo: CMO Raipur)

According to Baghel, the program has now been extended by three days in response to public demand. The departmental development exhibition will be held on the Science College grounds, as well as a food fair and a flood zone,” he stated.

A dancer at the National Tribal Dance Festival took place from November 1 to 3. (Photo: CMO Raipur)

As Baghel said on Tuesday, “The purpose of this festival is to protect and promote the age-old traditions and rights of tribal people all over the world.”. They added┬áthat modern notions about development have adversely affected tribal rights and nature.

In addition to the governor, home minister Tamradhwaj Sahu and culture minister Amarjeet Bhagat attended the event.

The festival attracted nearly 1,500 dancers from India, Mozambique, Mongolia, Tonga, Russia, Indonesia, Maldives, Serbia, New Zealand and Egypt. (Photo: CMO Raipur)

Dance performances and competitions have concluded. However, visitors can still visit the various booths set up by the transport, police, and health departments and the food stalls.

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