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Mir stresses for protection, revival of cultural heritage
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TANGMARG, Apr 13: Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir Saturday said that all possible efforts shall be taken to ensure protection and revival of cultural heritage of all three regions of J&K State.

The Minister was addressing a well attended function at Kunzar Tangmarg after inaugurating 3-day Festival of Music, dance and drama. The festival was organized by Union Ministry of Culture in collaboration with Gulshan Cultural Forum, Kashmir.

The Valley’s prominent artists, writers, poets, eminent citizens, intellectuals and large number of youth participated in the function.

Mir said ‘’our State appropriates good cultural history which needs to be preserved and protected’’. He appealed people to come forward and participate in the programmes meant for the promotion and revival of cultural heritage of State.

He called upon the youth to study the history of State and know how rich our culture was and how our ancestors were enjoying their lives. He said identity of any nation is subservient to its culture and language, so it is our moral obligation to play our bit for revival and preservation of cultural heritage.

The Minister congratulates Kashmiri language and culture for taking keen attention towards the protection of Kashmir Pandits. He said wherever they live they remembered and speaks Kashmiri.

On the occasion, various mesmerizing cultural programmes were presented which include traditional Band-e-Pather, Rauf and other folk music.


News Updated at : Saturday, April 13, 2013
 
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