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Mulukh Marathi

Indian Culture is rich with various forms of folk-art. When the education was not free for all, and formal schools were not common, before the British-Rull, folk-arts were the main means of educating masses, in the broad concepts of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ Rights and duties, morality and immorality etc.

Our Institute wanted to look into the field of this vast-folk-arts, for that a separate Trust, by name of “Loka-Rang bhoomi’ is registered. We have complete the survey of four Talukas where-in we have come actross, about Two thousand families, which are practicing 17 types of Traditional folk-arts, for generations. We want to complete the survey of Three districts about 30 Talukas and to study the conditions of the folk-arts and folk-artists. On the basis of that study, we want to undertake various activities to revive these fol k parts, and to help the artists, some of our teachers and students are interested, and they try to revive the age-old farms of the folk-arts, while presenting cultural activities occasionally.

Lok-Rang bhoomi’ is also trying to establish an ‘Institute of Dance, drama and Music’ on our campus. Shortage of required funds is the main difficulty.

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