The 2nd day of the music festival mesmerizes the audience with folk songs

Jodhpur: The Rajasthan International Folk Festival (Riff) is jointly organized by the Mehrangarh Museum Trust and the Jaipur Virasat Foundation. On the second day of the five-day Riff, there was a flurry of hymns to Jaswant Thada in the morning. Apart from this, at Mahrangarh Fort, different performances by folk artists throughout the day have caught the attention of domestic and foreign guests. Here, the audience was forced to dance to the performers’ traditional folk dance. When folk artists performed Nirguna songs, the whole atmosphere was tied together. Meanwhile, elders Naresh Gaj Singh and Hemlata Rajya also arrived there and encouraged folk artists. This morning on Jaswant thada started with pleasant hymns, when folk art sunk in the pink cold Foreign tourists were overwhelmed with the hymns of Bhajans. Director of Jodhpur Riff Mahotsav, Divya Bhatia said that this morning at the Jaswant Thada complex, this time under Riff Don, musical artists from the Meghwal community performed bhajans. This was followed by performances by Padmashree Anwar Khan, Lakha and Pepa Manganiyar in traditional folk dances Chang, Gair, Terah-Tali, Kalbelia and Living Legends at the Fort Festival. Meanwhile, domestic and foreign tourists, spectators and listeners who came could not help but dance. Malani Sanskriti Kala Kendra performers performed splendid Gair dance at Daulat Khana Chowk, Mehrangarh. National and foreign public appreciated. ‘Women’s Voice of Raj’ performed at Chowklav Bagh the day before.

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