World Living Heritage Festival, Udaipur, 13th to 16th March, 2014
A four day long festival, the World Living Heritage Festival celebrates the many colours of life, the various shades of cultural diversity, which the Mewar region has to offer. The festival begins with Rang, celebrating the living heritage in the traditional, rediscovered and adapted art and craft forms of Mewar. Guests get a fun-filled opportunity to participate in the festivities and learn local art from the artists themselves.
Workshops are organized and visits planned to meet craftspeople practicing traditional art and craft forms along with music and dance performances through the days of the festivals.
Holika Dahan marked the grand finale to the World Living Heritage Festival 2014. Holi is the festival of colours and Holika Dahan is celebrated the evening before the festival.
DRONAH is involved in the ‘Setting Up, Promotion and Strengthening of Regional and Local Museums’, where it has proposed the setting up of new galleries and enhancing interpretation and presentation of existing ones.