He lamented that Punjab was not getting its legitimate share of the RDF (Rural Development Fund) despite meeting all the criteria.
Deputy Commissioner Senu Duggal inaugurated a state-level handicraft festival at Pratap Bagh in Punjab’s Fazilka, heralding a vibrant celebration of India’s diverse cultural heritage, as reported by Khalsa Vox.
Organized by the state government, the festival promises to be a captivating extravaganza, featuring handmade crafts, displays of different states’ cultures, folk dances, and delectable food items. The festival aims to bridge the generation gap and introduce the youth to the nation’s heritage.
The festival has already won the hearts of visitors with its diverse array of handmade items. Artisans from various parts of India have gathered in Pratap Garh to showcase their talents and offer an assortment of products, as per the Khalsa Vox report.
The festival’s attractions include beautifully crafted diyas, intricate fans, stylish bags, traditional clothing, and charming handmade toys. Additionally, visitors can savor delicious food items like honey and jaggery, according to the Khalsa Vox report.
Deputy Commissioner Senu Duggal stated, “The primary objective of the festival is to acquaint the younger generation with the rich heritage and culture of the nation and the state.” The festival serves as a unique platform for intercultural exchange, Khalsa Vox reported.
Visitors can witness captivating displays of traditional dances and performances. The event’s multicultural aspect promotes unity and appreciation for India’s diversity. The festival is a testament to the dedication and creativity of the artisans.
Pratap Bagh is a site of enchantment and enlightenment. It showcases a wide range of India’s cultural heritage and the exuberant festivities of the state-level handicraft festival. (ANI)