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Archive for March, 2010

Almost a century after Bihar was granted separate statehood by the British empire on March 22, 1912, the state celebrated its foundation day for the first time with great pomp and show.

While the main function was held at the sprawling Gandhi Maidan here, around 25,000 other venues across the the state hosted various celebrations to mark Bihar Diwas.

“We decided to celebrate the occasion to arouse Bihari pride among people, irrespective of their caste and religious affiliations,” chief minister Nitish Kumar said as hundreds of colourful balloons went up the sky to spread ‘Bihari-ism’ soon after he inaugurated the three-day function at the Gandhi Maidan.

Bihar Day is also being celebrated in the USA, the UK, Dubai, Doha, Qatar and Singapore, among other places, where a good number of Bihar born people live.

“Bihar is growing and with active participation of every Bihari, the state will become a developed state with a GDP rate of 15% by 2015,” Nitish said. Whatever identity Biharis have, pertains to either their caste or nationality but such occasions will definitely help create a Bihari identity, he said and added, “caste identity breaks the society, Bihari-ism unites.”

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Bihar ‘kokila’ Sharda Sinha’s performance at Pragati Maidan in the ongoing Bihar Utsav, 2010, in New Delhi was an instant hit on Saturday evening.

Sinha started the programme with her famous patriotic song ‘Maiya bharti pukarela jawan babua tora hathawa mein deshwa ke shaan babuwa’. Her other songs, including ‘Paniya ke jahaj se paltaniya bani ahiya piya lele ahiya ho sindurwa Bengal Ke,’ ‘Kahe to se sajani hamaar jogiya,’ ‘Sutal chaliya baba ke bhawanwa,’ ‘Sun ho pardesia,’ ‘Sasuji se lutri,’ ‘Apna sajaniya ke’ and ‘Dulhin dhire dhire chalio,’ enthralled the audience.

Sinha’s programme was followed by dance-drama — Ganga — presented by famous dancer Neelam Choudhary. The dance-drama was based on the message of clean and pollution-free Ganga.

Source: The Times of India

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Noted painter and former principal of College of Arts and Crafts Shyam Sharma on Monday said that the Patna school of paintings popularly known as Patna Kalam, which dominated the world of paintings for more than 200 years from mid-18th century to mid-20th century, vanished completely due to the popularity of photography and establishment of lithographic press in Patna.

Speaking as the chief guest at a function organized at Patna Science College as a part of Bihar Divas celebrations here, he pointed out that even though this school of painting was restricted to only a few families of painters settled in different localities of Patna City, their creations can be seen on display at all the museums and art galleries throughout the world. Paintings done on ivory and mica plates had a great demand in the European market.

In the 17th and 18th centuries, Patna happened to be the largest trade centre in the eastern region hence, along with other commodities, paintings too were exported from Patna to different parts of the world, Sharma said. Muslim women were also actively engaged in the art of calligraphy which were patronized by the then Nawabs and British rulers, he said. The European school of painting did have some influence on the Patna school of painting which largely depicted the contemporary political, social and economic scenario. But, this famous school of painting ended with the work of Ishwari Prasad Verma, the last painter, he regretted.

Patna Science College principal Kashi Nath, in his presidential remarks, observed that science students must take keen interest in various forms of art for the balanced development of their personality. He also called upon the students to work hard for restoring the past glory of the state. Patna University Cultural Activities Board secretary Atul Aditya Pandey welcomed the guests and geology teacher Anil Kumar proposed the vote of thanks.

Arvind Mahila College: Inaugurating the Bihar Foundation Day fortnight-long celebrations at Shree Arvind Mahila College here on Monday, college principal Asha Singh said that we should strive hard to regain the lost glory of our state by creating an atmosphere conducive to all-round growth. She announced that a number of programmes would be organized in the college during the fortnight.

Others who spoke on the occasion included Madhu Verma, Usha Singh, Pratibha Sahay, Shiv Narain Singh, Sadhna Thakur and Snigdha Prasad.

Source: The Times of India

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A handloom and handicraft exhibition -cum- fair got underway at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on Monday as part of Bihar Diwas celebrations. It will continue till April 5.

State industries department has been given charge of the event while Bihar’ Industrial Area Development Authority (BIADA) is hosting it. The exhibition would also showcase Bihar’s historical and cultural heritage.

According to a BIADA release, as many as 40 stalls have been put up at the exhibition to display Bhagalpuri silk, Mithila painting, Siki products, Bhabhua stone elephants, Mahishi jewellery, Motihari’s terracota products, jute products, Nepura silk of Nalanda and the famous handloom bedsheets of Biharsharif.

State department of art and culture has lined up several cultural events at the venue. In addition to daily programmes, a special cultural event would be held on March 26 at the Hansh Dhwani Theatre at Pragati Maidan, at which Padmashree Sharda Sinha would perform.

IMA symposium: As part of Bihar Diwas celebrations, the Indian Medical Association (IMA)’s Bihar state branch, Bihar State Health Society and A K N Sinha Institute jointly organized a symposium at which the participants discussed the contributions of doctors in the state’s health sector.

Inaugurating the function, principal health secretary C K Mishra lauded the contributions of the doctors in this regard.

IMA’s national vice-president Dr Vijay Shankar Singh, who was the chief guest on the occasion, expressed his satisfaction over the developments made in the health sectors. He said development in health sector depends on several factors and the state government has taken care of all the factors.

Kilkari: Kilkari Bihar Bal Bhawan celebrated Bihar Diwas with much fanfare. Children made a “rangoli” measuring 10,000 sq feet, depicting the images of the glorious past of the state, including Buddha stupa, Ashok chakra and Yakshini. A drama on Srikant’s play “Main Bihar Hun” was also staged by the children.

Source: The Times of India

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