As a part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, for the preservation and promotion of folk art, music and culture, the Delphic Council of Rajasthan (DCR) organised ‘Almast Jogi’, a programme dedicated to Rajasthani folk art. Renowned Bhapang maestro, Jumma Jogi performed with his group in the programme. The event was held at JKK’s Krishnayan. Principal Secretary, Art and Culture, Government of Rajasthan and Director General of JKK, Ms Gayatri A Rathore appreciated the efforts of the Delphic Council of Rajasthan for showcasing the art and culture of the state on national and international levels. She further added that JKK is committed to provide constant support towards promoting programmes related to the art and culture of Rajasthan. 
On the occasion, President, the Delphic Council of Rajasthan, Ms Sreya Guha highlighted the history and various initiatives of the Delphic Council of Rajasthan. She informed that the DCR organises online and offline programmes regularly to promote art and culture of the state, especially among the youth.  Also on the occasion, DCR Newsletter and notebook was released by the eminent guests.
During the performance by Jumma Jogi & Group performed songs like – ‘Iss Param Peeta Se Pyaar Raha’, ‘Sendo Bhailo Bulav Aao Shree Bhagwan’, ‘Jeevan Mei Khush Rehna Hai Toh’, ‘Shyam Kalyug Ke Bhakto Se Bachna Zara’, and ‘Ek Doli Chali Ek Arthi Chali’. Similarly, other songs like – ‘Mandir Ho Chahe Masjid Ho’, ‘Chamda Ki Putli Jatan Kar Le’, ‘Sahib Ke Lagan Koi Kya Jaane’, and others were also presented. Performing artistes included – Jumma Khan Jogi (lead vocalist and Bhapan), Rajesh (Bhapang), Shamsu Khan Jogi (Harmonium), Chhalia Khan (Dholak), Ramvatar (Chikara) and Masoom Khan (Chimta).  
It is to be noted that the Delphic Council of Rajasthan is continuously organizing various programmes related to art and culture. Every month one online and one stage program is organized under its banner. In the last year, 28 online Delphic dialogues, art workshops, theatrical staging of Hasya Chudamani, dance drama titled Game of Dice and film screening of Mazar-e-Laila Majnu have been successfully organized.

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