‘Kullvi nati’ by 11,000 artistes regale audience in Kullu

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Artistes performing ‘kullvi nati’ to register their name in the Guinness Book of World Records at Dhalpur ground on Monday. (Aqil Khan/HT)

Artistes performing ‘kullvi nati’ to register their name in the Guinness Book of World Records at Dhalpur ground on Monday. (Aqil Khan/HT)

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More than 11,000 participants showcased the ‘Kullvi nati’ on Monday at the Dhalpur ground in Kullu, during the ongoing international Kullu Dussehra, enthralling the audience who had gathered in thousands. (Aqil Khan/ht)

More than 11,000 participants showcased the ‘Kullvi nati’ on Monday at the Dhalpur ground in Kullu, during the ongoing international Kullu Dussehra, enthralling the audience who had gathered in thousands. (Aqil Khan/ht)

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Dressed in traditional attire Pattu and Dhatu, the dress worn during the Kullvi nati, including traditional gold and silver ornaments around the neck, thousands of women started the Kullvi nati around 12.40 pm. (Aqil Khan/ht)

Dressed in traditional attire Pattu and Dhatu, the dress worn during the Kullvi nati, including traditional gold and silver ornaments around the neck, thousands of women started the Kullvi nati around 12.40 pm. (Aqil Khan/ht)

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The Kullvi nati, which lasted almost an hour, fascinated the audience which included research scholars from India and abroad. (Aqil Khan/ht)

The Kullvi nati, which lasted almost an hour, fascinated the audience which included research scholars from India and abroad. (Aqil Khan/ht)

UPDATED ON OCT 27, 2015 04:20 PM IST
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