Explore the
art legacy
of India

Explore the
art legacy
of India

Explore the
art legacy
of India

Explore the
art legacy
of India

Sangeet Natak Akademi

Ministry of Culture, Government of India

presents

"Mujh mein Kalakaar"

A Worldwide Platform to Showcase your Creative Expression

Let the world have a glimpse of your own unique artistic talent in singing, dancing, puppetry, drawing, rangoli-making, alpana, poetry or any other form this Deepawali season by uploading a glimpse of it in the form of audio, video or image, and thus bring joy to the world during this festival of lights.

Top entries of the day will be selected and uploaded on the portal by Sangeet Natak Akademi, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, and the best entries of the season will be eligible to win attractive prizes.

Kumbh Mela (the festival of the sacred Pitcher) is the largest peaceful congregation of pilgrims on earth, during which participants bathe or take a dip in a sacred river. Devotees believe that by bathing in the Ganges one is freed from sins liberating her/him from the cycle of birth and death. Millions of people reach the place without any invitation.

The craft of the Thatheras of Jandiala Guru constitutes the traditional technique of manufacturing brass and copper utensils in Punjab. The metals used – copper, brass and certain alloys – are believed to be beneficial for health
Songs and dances are an expression of the Kalbelia community’s traditional way of life. Once professional snake handlers, Kalbelia today evoke their former occupation in music and dance that is evolving in new and creative ways.
Sankirtana encompasses an array of arts performed to mark religious occasions and various stages in the life of the Vaishnava people of the Manipur plains. Sankirtana practices centre on the temple, where performers narrate the lives and deeds of Krishna through song and dance.