Lucknow, June 16: ‘Ek Bharat, Ek Shreshtha Bharat’ programme led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the mission that aims at converting the vast and widespread cultural canvas of India into an objective cultural map, it is designed to fulfill the aspirations of the whole artist community of the nation. The programme will preserve the raw talents of people of this country to form culture repository of art forms. As a result to boost the programme, Ministry of Culture is launching the implementation of the National Mission on Cultural Mapping of India at Govardhan block in Mathura. The programme will be inaugurated by Culture and Tourism Minister Dr Mahesh Sharma.
Mega talent hunt programme will be organized on 17th June, 2017 from 10 am to 5 pm at Radheshyam Sewa Sadan. Around 1-2 thousand artists are expected to take part in this Block level event where artists can also register themselves following which a registration certificate/slip/code will be provided to all the artists who register.
A stage will be provided to the registered artists for performance and displaying their talent. A panel of renowned artists has also been invited for judging the participants in different art forms. Registration can also be done directly on the portal culturalmappingofindia.nic.in.
For those artists who, for some reason, are not able to register themselves and their art forms, enumeration teams have been sent to all the 47 villages of Gowardhan Block for geo mapping of artists and their art forms. Any person who claims to be an artist can register at the initial level.