Book on Naimisharanya released at Misrikh Festival
Lucknow: The grand opening of the Misrikh Mela Festival has begun. On the third day of the programme, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Medical Education, Health, Mother and Child Welfare Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh was the chief guest of the festival.
The third day of Misrikh Mela Festival witnessed the launch of Naimisharanya’s Coffee Table Book. The book on Naimisharanya was released by the minister and all the guests welcomed it.
It is worth mentioning that Naimisharanya’s coffee table book was conceptualized by Folktales Inc. During the ceremony, Minister of State Mayankeshwar Sharan Singh, District Magistrate Anuj Singh, Superintendent of Police Ghule Sushil Chandrabhan and Founder of Folktales Inc. Raj Smriti were present.
District Magistrate Anuj Singh, and Superintendent of Police Ghule Sushil Chandrabhan presented a memento to the minister on the occasion.
During a conversation with Raj Smriti, she explained how Naimisharanya and Misrikh are the religious heritage of the world, and everyone should know about the importance of these religious places. She told that this book of Naimisharanya has been made for this purpose.
A musical performance by Maithili Thakur and Tanmay Chaturvedi enthralled the audience at the festival. Her soulful renditions of popular songs like ‘Ram ji se poche Janakpur ki rani bata de’ and ‘Babua babua det kahe gali bata de babua’ enthralled and created a devotional atmosphere at the venue.
In his speech, the Minister of State emphasized the importance of such events in promoting Indian culture and spirituality. He appreciated the efforts of the organizers and encouraged them to continue with such initiatives that help preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of India.
Misrikh Mela Festival is an annual festival. Celebrated in Misrikh – Naimisharanya forest area of Uttar Pradesh. The festival celebrates the spirit of Holi, which marks the victory of good over evil and the arrival of spring. The event has become a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike, providing a platform for artists and performers to showcase their talents and skills while giving visitors a glimpse into India’s vibrant and diverse culture.