From folk music and dance to traditional fabric, handicraft and cuisine, Bihar’s rich heritage will come alive during a four-day art and cultural festival starting today where some films celebrating the legacy of the state will also be screened.
A host of art connoisseurs, filmmakers and celebrities are expected to converge here for the event that aims to foster appreciation for Bihar’s age-old culture at a time when the state is changing rapidly.
‘Bihar Ek Virasat’ festival is being organised here from March 17-20 by an NGO that among its other goals also seeks to document, propagate and celebrate the cultural legacy of this ancient state.
“The purpose of this festival in consonance with the vision of our foundation is to spread and celebrate the culture of Bihar and instill pride among people for the state's heritage.
“We have invited a whole host of personalities from the field of art and cinema and eminent filmmakers,” Secretary, Grameen Sneh Foundation, Ganga Kumar said.