State government will take steps to promote the culture of Haryana: Dushyant Chautala
State government will take steps to promote the culture of Haryana: Dushyant Chautala

Chandigarh: Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that the state government will work to connect the craft of artists to the market by connecting Haryanvi culture and heritage with the rural level. Along with this, meaningful steps will be taken by the government to promote Haryanvi art and culture. The government's goal is to rejuvenate our disappearing folk traditions, so that future generations can also recognize their importance.

Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala was speaking late last night after inspecting the Heritage Heritage Village at Purushottampura Bagh in Brahmsarovar in Kurukshetra. Deputy CM Chautala said that the way Haryana's culture has been introduced through Heritage Heritage. It is unique and unique in itself. These types of events play an important role in developing the art of rural artists.

Chautala has known the heritage heritage of dari weaving, sikligar tradition, chariot making tradition, charpoy making tradition, phuljari making tradition and fabric dyeing very closely and has also sought suggestions from artists to develop this art form. He encouraged the artists by purchasing privately made dolls of Gudiya and India at Heritage Heritage Village.

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