Indian Folk Music and Dance from Rajasthan
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After successful conduct of Ramayana, Rajasthani Manganiar Music, Kalbelia and Bhavai Dance thrilled the audiences in Phnom Penh by their colorful performance at Chaktomouk Theater on 24th January.   H.E. Mr. Khieu Kanharith, Minister of Information and his delegation enjoyed the Rajasthani Manganiar music and beat, breathtaking Kalbelia and Bhavai dance along with large number of youth, Indian community, national and international guests. Like Ramayana this performance too was a sellout event with a packed hall.  Subsequently the group performed at the Reception hosted by the Embassy to celebrate the 68th Republic Day on 25th January. The troupe from WZCC Udaipur entertained more than 250 distinguished guests, diplomatic corps and Indian community at the Reception in the presence of the Foreign Minister of Cambodia who was the Chief Guest.

 Like the Ramayana troupe, the Embassy again organized a performance of the Rajasthani folk dance also in Battambang on 26th January at the University of Battambang.

 

 

Indian Folk Music and Dance from Rajasthan
Colourful Manganiar, Kalbela and Bhavai Dance enthralled audiences in Phnom Penh and Battambang during Festival of India

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