City must respect artists: Mathur
?THE CITY must respect the artists who work hard and decorate important occasions with their creativity; artists must be given constant encouragement by honouring them in public events.?india Updated: Aug 28, 2006 16:57 IST
“THE CITY must respect the artists who work hard and decorate important occasions with their creativity; artists must be given constant encouragement by honouring them in public events.”
Former advocate general Anand Mohan Mathur said this while felicitating tableau artist Govardhan Limbodia with Malaw Ratna Alankaran at a ceremony conducted by Netaji Subhash Manch recently. Former minister Tulsiram Silawat said that Limbodia had brought glory to the whole labour community with his contribution to the culture of Malwa.
Asha Vijaywargiya asked other people from low lying areas to follow the footsteps of Limbodia and rise to new levels or recognition. Nagendra Azad informed that the floral tableau of Govardhan Parvat created by Govardhan Limbodia was appreciated by one and all.
Lucky Awasthi and Munnalal Yadav also addressed the programme. Dr Shatrughn Punjabi, Hazi Khurasan Pathan, Trilok Singh Solanki, Mukesh Jain, Ashok Verma, Devilal Gurjar, Rakesh Trivedi, Sandeep Mehta, Nayan Ratho and others welcomed the guests. Manch president Madan Parmalia conducted the programme while Gurjar proposed the vote of thanks.
First Published: Aug 28, 2006 16:57 IST