Zonal Cultural Centres – Government of India

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Cultural Zones of India – Wikipedia

Each zone has a zonal headquarters where a zonal cultural center has been established.[3] Several states have membership in multiple zones, but no state subdivisions are utilized in the zonal divisions. In addition to promoting the culture of the zones they are responsible for, each zonal center also works to cross-promote and create exposure to other cultural zones of India by orgazining functions and inviting artistes from other zones.

Source: Cultural Zones of India – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Address : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_Zones_of_India
Date Visited: Mon Mar 03 2014 17:47:23 GMT+0100 (CET)

Note: the Inter-State Council Secretariat is headed by a Secretary to the Government of India; neither the “North Eastern Council” nor any of the “North Eastern States” listed in the past as members of the North Eastern Council,
i.e. (i) Assam (ii) Arunachal Pradesh (iii) Manipur (iv) Tripura (v) Mizoram (vi) Meghalaya (vii) Nagaland and (viii) Sikkim
are presently mentioned on its official website under “Zonal Councils – Composition” & “Zonal Councils – Genesis” (last updated on 04/08/2016 & 13/02/2020 respectively; accessed 4 May 2021)
http://interstatecouncil.nic.in/composition-2/
http://interstatecouncil.nic.in/genesis/

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