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President Murmu Inaugurates Aadi Mahotsav 2024, Celebrating Tribal Heritage

Delhi: President Droupadi Murmu inaugurated Aadi Mahotsav 2024 at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi, highlighting the essence of unity in diversity prevalent in India. Emphasizing the importance of respecting each other’s traditions, food, and language, she lauded the unique convergence of tribal cultures from across the country at the festival.

Expressing her delight at witnessing the rich tapestry of tribal culture and heritage, President Murmu described Aadi Mahotsav as an excellent platform to explore the lifestyle, music, art, and cuisine of tribal communities. She expressed confidence that the festival would provide valuable insights into the life and traditions of tribal societies.

President Murmu underscored the crucial role of tribal communities in preserving the environment, emphasizing their harmonious coexistence with nature. She urged society to draw inspiration from tribal lifestyles, especially in the face of global challenges such as climate change and environmental degradation.

Recognizing the importance of technology in modern development, President Murmu advocated for the inclusion of tribal communities in the benefits of technological advancements. She highlighted the need for sustainable development that respects the environment and uplifts all sections of society, particularly the marginalized.

Appreciating the launch of the Venture Capital Fund for Scheduled Tribes (VCF-ST), President Murmu encouraged tribal youth to embrace entrepreneurship and contribute to India’s journey towards self-reliance. She emphasized the importance of preserving traditional knowledge and leveraging technology to ensure its continuity and relevance in the modern era.

Organized by TRIFED under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Aadi Mahotsav aims to showcase the diverse and vibrant heritage of India’s tribal communities. Running from February 10 to 18, 2024, the festival serves as a platform to celebrate and promote the rich cultural tapestry of tribal India.

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