Museum of Santal Culture in Bishnubati village: Museum Day celebration 2019 – West Bengal

6th Museum Day Celebration

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Ghosaldanga Bishnubati Adibasi Trust and the Museum of Santal Culture invites you to join us in the inauguration of the new annex of the museum

Exhibition of photographs of one hundred years of old Santal life, stones and sculptures
(অৗরিচৗলি উৎসব)

9th December 2019 at 2:00 pm, at Museum of Santal Culture, Bishnubati, Birbhum

Guests of Honour
Dr. Doneshwar Manjhi, Head, Dept. of Santali, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan
Prof. Sanchayan Ghosh, Head, Dept. of Painting, Kala-Bhavana, Visva-Bharati

• Seminar: ‘Museum of Santal Culture: Its future and the possibilities of attracting mainstream visitors.
• Inauguration of HAPRAM DANDER.
• Rarely performed Santali dance and Songs: Balaya sereng, Jawai/Bahu eger sereng, Gai jagao sereng by the elders of Bishnubati and Ashadullapur.
• Santali play by Gobinda Baski and his team from Ghosaldanga and Bishnubati.
• Childrens’ play in Santali by Parboti Murmu, Sushila Hansda and their students from Ghosaldanga.
• Gymnastics by German student volunteer Talina Brehm and the hostel students of Hihiri-Pipiri.
• Santali-Bengali play by village youth directed by Moupiya Banerjee and Sumanta Sarkar of Urotaar theatre group, Kolkata
• Chadar Badoni and Sarpa dance by Ramjit Mardi and junior youth leaders.

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