Prime Minister Modi to Inaugurate Aadi Mahotsav, Annual National Tribal Festival
On February 16th at 10:30 AM, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will inaugurate “Aadi Mahotsav,” the annual National Tribal Festival.
This festival is a celebration of the vibrant tribal culture, crafts, cuisine, commerce, and traditional art, and is an initiative of the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation Limited (TRIFED) under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs.
This year’s Aadi Mahotsav will take place from February 16th to 27th at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in Delhi.
The event will feature over 200 stalls showcasing the rich and diverse heritage of tribes from all over the country. More than 1000 tribal artisans are expected to participate.
In light of the International Year of Millets being celebrated in 2023, this year’s Mahotsav will also feature a special focus on showcasing Shree Anna, a type of millet grown by tribals, alongside the usual attractions like handicrafts, handloom, pottery, and jewelry.
The upcoming Aadi Mahotsav will feature a showcase of tribal culture, crafts, cuisine, commerce, and traditional art. There will also be a special focus on highlighting Shree Anna, a type of millet grown by tribals, alongside the usual attractions.
It should be noted that Modi has long been a champion of the welfare of tribal populations in the country, recognizing their significant contributions to the growth and development of the nation.
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The Aadi Mahotsav is an important platform for showcasing and promoting the unique culture and traditions of India’s tribes on a national stage.