Adivasi Mela- 2014, 9th evening was quite cute and admirable their art, architectural and aesthetic point of view out its tribal art, beauty and prosperity. It was a calm day after a jam-packed day. Today’s mass was most informative openness regarding tribal art, language, culture and development.
Visitors and students are collecting information and purchasing relevant books. Tribal paintings are another attraction of today’s evening. These paintings have touched all sects of art lover’s heart and reached every one’s living room as a decorative item. Tribal artistic expression has been a soul activity eternally since time immemorial, and as such, it has been assisting their evolution of cultures. This is not only an expression but it abundant with bundle of ritual, role, faith, affection and indication of their culture. So it is an easiest way to understand their culture. Books which are full with different information regarding tribal language, lifestyle, culture, food habit and developmental aspect is playing as a mirror of Adivasi life for the visitors to know them and their culture with a depth knowledge.
Today’s cultural evening was mesmerizing or compelling the audience with its traditional, folk and mix dance performances, which were presented by the school students of different ITDAs and Development Agencies, such as , Gadaba and Kathi dance by I.T.D.A. Koraput & Folk dance by EMRS student of ITDA, Koraput. Kisan and other folk dance by I.T.D.A. Kuchinda, & EMRS , Kutia Kondh folk dance by I.T.D.A. Baliguda and folk dance by KISS school students. All the performances are graceful, stylish, lovely and attractive.