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Famous Sufi singers — Padmashree Ustad Puran Chand Wadali and brother Ustad Pyare Lal Wadali — will regale Patnaites during the Patna Saheb Mahotsava, at the Mangal Talab ground in Patna Sahib on Tuesday evening. Invited by the Bihar government, the Wadali brothers along with a seven-member cultural troupe would perform on the eve of Baishakhi festival, Wadali brothers’ manager Yogesh Bansal said.

“Music lovers would enjoy the Sufi songs sung by the two brothers,”a state tourist official said. The Wadali brothers are also into Gurbani, ghazals and bhajans. The Wadali brothers need no introduction. They are Sufi singers and musicians from the village ‘Guru ki Wadali’, the birthplace of Dhan Dhan Shree Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (the sixth Guru of Sikhs) in Amritsar district.

“Though neither of them went to school for formal education, the Wadali brothers have come to occupy the position of masters in the music world, largely because of their dedicated approach to learning and understanding the great Indian classical music which runs in their blood,”Bansal told TOI over phone. They live in their ancestral house in Guru ki Wadali, and teach music to those who promise to preserve it. They do not charge any money from their disciples, and lead a simple life.

“They believe in the Sufi tradition. They have never indulged in commercial activities and there are only a handful of their recordings (of mostly live concerts). They believe in singing freely as a homage to the divine one,” Bansal said and added they do not feel comfortable in using electronic gadgets in their music and stress on ‘alaap’ and ‘taan’.

They recently rendered their voice to Gulzar’s soulful lyrics in Bollywood movie ‘Pinjar’. The Wadali brothers have also performed in several cultural programmes in the USA, UK, Canada, Pakistan, Dubai and Singapore, among others.

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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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Bihar is India’s new miracle economy. In the five-year period between 2004-05 and 2008-09, Bihar’s GDP has grown by a stunning 11.03%, way beyond the definition of 7% growth for a “miracle economy”.

In this period, Bihar – traditionally a laggard state that actually saw a 5.15% negative growth in 2003-04 – is the second fastest growing state, just a shade behind Gujarat’s well-publicized growth of 11.05%.

The latest CSO data gives out this dramatic story of Bihar on steroids. This high growth period also coincides with Nitish Kumar taking up the reins as chief minister from Lalu Yadav. It can, therefore, be said that good governance can work miracles for even the most backward of states. Not just Bihar, most of the traditionally backward states, including Orissa, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, have done well in this period, indicating a more inclusive growth at an all-India level.

There is no official data on poverty beyond 2004-05. So, the CSO data on the economic growth of the states, highlighting the fact that five of India’s most backward states have grown at a rate beyond 7%, provides pointers to some kind of poverty mitigation. Apart from Bihar, the growth rate of the other four are: Uttarakhand 9.31%, Orissa 8.74% and Jharkhand 8.45%. The all-India growth during this period was 8.49%.


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Archeological Survey of India is planning to develop the excavated site of Vikramshila University in Khagalgaon sub-division of Bhagalpur district. Different ways for conservation of the ancient site are being evaluated.

Making the condition of the roads better which leads to the site is also being worked at. For proper exploitation of tourist potential it is essential to make the site easily accessible.

The ASI, in association with the state government is also preparing a development plan for the site. The ASI is ready to provide required tourists’ facilities at the site.

This is for the first time after 1974 that a team of the ASI visited the site. The visit follows a meeting of the local MP, Syed Shahnawaz Husain, with the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the issue.

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Pandawa Cruise, a ship carrying foreign tourists from Kolkata to Varanasi was manoeuvring on river Ganga crossing important tourist destinations in the state of Bihar like Bhagalpur, Munger, Patna which fall on the banks of River Ganga.

It was a warm natural welcome of the vessel with heavy rains and strong winds as it entered Bihar from Sahabganj in the neighboring state of Jharkhand.

ADG Of India Tourism – Mr. Shreevats played a key role in getting tour operators to start cruise tourism. The foreign tourists hailing from US, UK, Russia, Australia and Canada were undertaking a 14-day voyage from Kolkata to Varanasi by cruise. The tour started from Kolkata on September 28 and reached Varanasi on October 11.

Tourists visited Vikramshila University in Bhagalpur as well as the famous Bhagalpur silk manufacturing units. The ship also had a halt at Munger in order to pay a visit to the internationally acclaimed Yoga School.

The ship was docked at Barh to facilitate the tourists to visit Bodh Gaya, Nalanda and Rajgir by road, meanwhile the ship sailed to Patna. The tourists went for site seeing at Patna and attended a special cultural show organized by the India Tourism. They also drove to Haldi Chapra Ghat near Maner to pay a visit to Manershareef in Patna district before boarding the ship to Varanasi.

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