Cheruthuruthi braces up for Nilayanam, The very first National River Festival

via Uthishta published on April 28, 2015

The very first National River Festival is about to take place in Cheruthuruthi, on the banks of river Nila (Bharathapuzha) from 10th to 17th of May, 2015. This is a program to highlight the importance of river as an organic and cultural entity. Humanity owe a lot towards rivers. They are not just a source of water, but the source of creativity, culture, civilization and even spiritual traditions. From time immemorial, Hindus revered rivers as manifestations of the divinity. They not only purify the bodies, but also the minds, intellects and the spirit.

There are awareness programs happening in various cities inside and outside Kerala. Bharathapuzha qualifies in every respect as a heritage river as it contributed and still continues to contribute a lot to the vibrant culture of Kerala. Mamankam, Kathakali, various other art forms, Ayurveda, Literature in Samskritham etc flourished on the banks of this river. Uthishta, the Bangalore based organization in association with Nila Vichara Vedi organised a curtain raiser program in relation to NRF in Bangalore on 26th Sunday at Rangasthala. Talks, screening of a short film and a full day long photo exhibition were held .

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