THAALI KI RAMAYA
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Thali Ki Ramayan is a folk singing form in Braj Region of west UP. Singers sing the stories from Ramayan with their own interpretations and engaging Community for brotherhood and
The century old Art has been used for treating people from mental disorders and performed whole night during snake biting to engage community awaking for the sufferer. Its unique and ultra sounds of it's instruments with high energy singing amuse you and interpretation of Ramayan stories might amazed you.
A farmer from a small village of Etah in UP, Dinesh Chandra is singing this folk since his childhood, having more than 30 years of stage performance experience of the Art, he is now teaching the young generations to carry forward the Thali Ki Ramayan. He writes the Ramayan for folk singing and leading his team for performances across competitions. His only dream is to keep this dying art alive and make mortal.
During the 2 hour session, participating artists will:
- Get introduced to some of the insights from the art form, & its tradition, and the creative practice of the key artist
- Get introduced to some of the insights from the art form & its tradition
- Interact with activities around some key elements of the art form
- View a performance demonstration by the artist