Janapada Suggi at Allalasandra Lake entrance

The Department of Information and Public Relations, Government of Karnataka along with Yelahanka United Environment Association (YUVA) is organizing ‘Janapada Suggi’  an initiative to promote the rural folk culture of Karnataka.
The program will take place at the Allalasandra Lake (Yelahanka) gate entrance on Saturday, 28th February, 6 p.m. onwards.
 
This is the first time that a program on this scale is being organised in Yelahanka. While urban folks will get to learn about folk art, the event will also provide an opportunity for rural artists and troupes to showcase their art.
 
Awesome entertainment is assured! Be there with your family and friends. More details in the pamphlet below. For any more information, Mr Jagadeesh Giri, Joint Secretary, YUVA can be reached at +91 9845171449.

 

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