ଆଦିବାସୀ ମେଳା Adivasi Mela Complete Full Video ଭୁବନେଶ୍ୱର

The Tribal Fair (or Adivasi Mela) is organized every year on 26th January in the Adivasi exhibition ground Bhubaneswar, which was shifted to IDCO exhibition ground in Unit-3 area Bhubaneswar this year. This Fair is considered as the oldest and the most colorful festival of tribal people where all the 62 tribes people including 13 PTGs, come over to the exhibition ground & spread out their ethnic mosaic. The Fair continued for 15 days from Jan 26th till February 9th. A full tribal village was constructed in the exhibition ground depicting dwelling units of each Tribe like Kandha, Kolha, Bhuyan, Santala, Saura, Paraja, Gadaba etc. There were many stalls exhibiting and selling various products of Tribal villages such as herbal products, handicrafts, food products etc. At the end of the fair there were many food stalls selling various food items tribal and urban.

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Tribal Houses of Odisha ଆଦିବାସୀ ମେଳା ଭୁବନେଶ୍ୱର

The Tribal Fair (or Adivasi Mela) is organized every year on 26th January in the Adivasi exhibition ground Bhubaneswar, which was shifted to IDCO exhibition ground in Unit-3 area Bhubaneswar this year. This Fair is considered as the oldest and the most colorful festival of tribal people where all the 62 tribes people including 13 PTGs, come over to the exhibition ground & spread out their ethnic mosaic. The Fair continued for 15 days from Jan 26th till February 9th. A full tribal village was constructed in the exhibition ground depicting dwelling units of each Tribe like Kandha, Kolha, Bhuyan, Santala, Saura, Paraja, Gadaba etc. There were many stalls exhibiting and selling various products of Tribal villages such as herbal products, handicrafts, food products etc. At the end of the fair there were many food stalls selling various food items tribal and urban.

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Making Your own Lightstands at Home– DIY Project

This video shows how to make your own light stands very cheap within Rs 200-Rs 300 (US $5) for your personal use. First get some PVC pipes which are used for electrical wiring which cost you about Rs 100/- for 9m length. Then get some T shaped connectors which will cost you Rs 10/- per connector. A small simple stand can be done with one big pipe and 3 T connectors. Thus you can do 2 simple stands or more complicated stands within 200-300 rs or within 5 USD. I have made these lightstands for my Youtube shooting purposes and still using them at home.

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Kajra Mohabbat Wala (Kishmat) कजरा मुहब्बत वाला Dance by Soubhagya Laxmi Mishra

Song Title- Kajra Mohabbat Wala, कजरा मुहब्बत वाला
Singer- Shamsad Begam and Asha Bhosle, शमशाद बेगम, आशा भोंसले
Film- Kishmat, किस्मत (1968)
Dancer in this Video- Soubhagya Laxmi Mishra, Bangalore, सौभाग्य लक्ष्मी मिश्रा
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Desh Rangila Patriotic Dance by Soubhagya Laxmi on Republic Day

Desh Mera Rangila song by Mahalaxmi Iyer, from the movie Fanaa, Acting Aamir Khan Kajol, released 2006. A beautiful desh bhakti song and group dance lead artist Kajol. The dance in this video is performed by Soubhagya Laxmi Mishra at Bangalore on the Republic day 2018. Vande Maataram. Jai Hind. Jai Bharat Mata.

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Heritage Street Walking from Fuwara Chowk to Golden Temple

The road from Fuwara (fountain) Chowk to Golden temple is declared as pedestrians’ zone. No vehicles are allowed. This road from fountain chowk to Jaliwanwala Bagh till Golden temple is beautified with illumination and statues with cultural significance. The roadside shops are beautified with identically designed colorful signboards. It is greatly enjoyable to walk on that half km road and is always full of tourists.

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Sri Rama Kshetra (Rama Temple) in Dharmasthala

Sri Rama temple is a recently built temple in Dharmasthala. The temple is quite large and very colorful. The main deity of the temple is Lord Rama, accompanied by Laxman, Sita and Hanuman. Other than that there is large number of idols various Gods, Goddesses and Saints. All the statues are beautifully carved and made of white marble. There are two floors inside the temple and you can climb to the upper floor through the steps. Visiting Sri Rama Kshethra was a great spiritual satisfaction.

Dharmasthala (on Western Ghat Mountains) is probably the most popular and most commonly visited pilgrim center in Karnataka. The main attraction of Dharmasthal is Manjunath temple. Apart from that there are other attractions like Sri Rama temple, Chandranatha Temple, Ratnagiri Bahubali Vihara, Annappa Betta, Netravati river, Annapoorna Dining hall etc. which are shown in separate videos.

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