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Discussion and Exhibition Held at Thar Heritage Museum

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18 Apr 24
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Discussion and Exhibition Held at Thar Heritage Museum

Jaisalmer: On World Heritage Day, a discussion and exhibition on heritage was organized at the Thar Heritage Museum.

Addressing the gathering, Santosh Kumari, the Chief Administrator of the District Industries and Commerce Center, emphasized that heritage is the capital of our ancestors, which embodies our culture and civilization. She highlighted the importance of preserving heritage from a historical perspective, stressing the need for its conservation for future generations.

The main guest of the program, Hemaram Jarmal Rajivika Officer, shed light on the tradition of postcard writing regarding the significance of heritage.

At the beginning of the event, the founder of the museum, Lakshminarayan Khatri, conducted a tour of the museum for the students of Karni Bal Mandir Vidyalaya and explained the significance of the displayed folk heritage. Khatri discussed various historically significant artifacts such as snake charmer paintings, Jaisalmer coins, portraits of kings, traditional leather containers, artistic kitchen utensils, locks, ledgers, pottery, weighing scales, Ajrakh prints, musical instruments, and birth certificates.

The students participated in the discussion by reciting couplets, poems, and sharing experiences related to heritage.

The program coordinator, Lakshmi Narayan Shrimali, welcomed all the guests and provided detailed information about heritage tourism sites in Jaisalmer. The prestigious event was conducted by Ghanshyam Khatri, the State Secretary of the Youth Hostel Association.

Among the attendees were Chayan Khatri, Jeevan Khatri, Ramesh Maheshwari, Anil Bhargav, Chandan Singh, Mohammad Rafiq, Damodar Garg, Suresh Harsh, and Prem Kumar Sheetal Sharma, teachers at Karni Bal Mandir.


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