ARTH Launches New Digital Edition of Their Cultural Festival
ARTH is back with a bang and it’s ready to take you on a cultural ride across India with 2 new editions showcasing the richness and diversity of the country. This will be a never-ending cultural ride through the length and breadth of the country.
This time it would be an all-out digital event.
With the festival’s popularity spanning the length and breadth of the country, one of the most fitting testimonials to ARTH was given by none other than the Honourable Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi who said, “I am pleased to learn that a cultural festival, ARTH, is being organized. It is a great ‘Sangam’ of diverse thoughts, cultures, literature, music, and arts that define our cultural ethos.”
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Showcasing Culturally Rich Stories
India’s heritage stands apart with the expanse of diversity, the vibrancy of different cultures and traditions. Celebrating Indian art, literature, and music in all its glory; ARTH with its two incredible editions has become one of the most loved culture festivals.
Taking full cognizance of the current scenario around us, the cultural melange shall enable viewers to enjoy this spectacle from the safety and comforts of their homes.
Entertaining Us With Grand Celebrations
Over the past two seasons, ARTH, held in the culturally-rich cities of Kolkata and Delhi, has witnessed eminent speakers, senior intellectuals, journalists, members of parliament, authors, and performing artists such as Honourable Home Minister Amit Shah, Asaduddin Owaisi, Smriti Irani, Raveena Tandon, Amish Tripathi, Piyush Pandey, Gaur Gopal Das, Ruskin Bond, Mandira Bedi, Lord Meghnad Desai, Subramanian Swamy, Prasoon Joshi sharing their insight on a gamut of subjects that highlight the diversity that India offers.
Add to that, the festival also saw singing sensations such as Gurdaas Maan and Usha Uthup along with a host of folk and tribal performances leaving the audiences in awe.