Indian culture, art, history and legacy should be nurtured and introduced to the entire world, said District in charge minister H C Mahadevappa.
He was speaking after inaugurating the four-day ‘heritage art camp’ organised as part of World Heritage Day by Archaeological Museum and Heritage Department at KEA premises, here.
“India has introduced great artists such as Ravi Varma and Jakanachari. Every village in the country has got its own uniqueness. India has a rich heritage of culture and art. We must evolve new ways to introduce the art across the world,” he added.
Culture and art has deep roots in our country. But our youngsters lack knowledge of the history of our country. Young people should study history so that they will be aware of the richness of our heritage, the minister said.
Mayor M J Ravikumar, Deputy Mayor Ratna Laxman, CADA chief Nanjappa, Dr Gavisiddayya, Laxmi Narayan and others were present. – BM, PR