Nashik, 13th January 2024
On the second day of the 27th National Youth Festival in Nashik, various programs were organized. The inauguration of the “Suvichar” program took place in Mahayuva Gram Hanuman Nagar, with Mr. Nitesh Kumar Mishra, Joint Secretary of the Central Youth and Sports Ministry, presiding over the event graced the occasion as the chief guest, along with the presence of Maharashtra’s Sports Commissioner, Dr. Suhas Divese. In the first session of the Suvichar program, Vilas, Chairman of Sahyadri Farm from Nashik, and in the second session, Prateek Khandelwal, Chairman of Ramp My City, engaged in discussions with the youth. They delivered crucial messages about facing challenges, preparing for adversities, and not giving up.
A program of folk music groups and solo performances in the Raosahab Thorat Auditorium, where artists from Karnataka, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Ladakh, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, and Goa showcased their talents. A folk dance group and solo program hosted at Mahakavi Kalidas Kalamandir, where artists from various states entertained the youth with vibrant cultural dances.
Artists from across the country exhibited their artistic skills at Udoji Maharaj Museum, creating posters and writing stories. In Mahayuva Gram Hanuman Nagar, various domes were constructed, hosting diverse activities. Youth participated in indigenous games, and the Mahayuva Expo showcased inventions such as machines, e-bikes, and agricultural equipment developed by the youth of State. Through the Yuva Kriti platform, youth exhibited domestic products from different states, showcasing a flood of creativity. Alongside this, a curated Food Festival showcased renowned delicacies from various states across the country, allowing people to savor the delectable flavors of these dishes.
Central Minister of State, Mr. Nisith Pramanik, visited all the event venues, actively participating in the ongoing programs and adding a special touch to the festival.