Udaipur: On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Veer Shiromani Maharana Pratap, a photo exhibition under the joint aegis of the Indian Cultural Fund (INTEC) Udaipur Chapter and Information and Public Relations Office started in the Art Gallery of Information Center on Thursday. The exhibition was inaugurated by cutting the lace by former royal family member Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar.
Prof. Mahesh Sharma and Dr. Kamlesh Sharma informed Mewar about the theme while visiting the show.
Lakshyaraj was overwhelmed by the photographs of 70 to 80 years ago from this exhibition showing the historical and cultural splendor of Mewar, and he expressed his intention to organize this exhibition in Moti Magri and City Palace to the organizers. Dr. Sharma suggested preparing a coffee table book based on these pictures, to which Mewar agreed.
On reaching Mewar, Dr. Lalit Pandey, Coordinator of Indian Cultural Fund (INTEC) Udaipur Chapter, Dr. Kamlesh Sharma, Deputy Director of Public Relations, Prof. Mahesh Sharma, Intake Co-Coordinator Gaurav Singhvi, Satish Shrimali, President of Green People Society, Rahul Bhatnagar, etc. welcomed with a bouquet. Aanchal, the talented daughter of Udaipur's magician, took out a rose from the burning paper and presented it to Mewar. On this occasion, SK Vashisht of Intake, Information and Public Relations Officer Pravesh Pardeshi, Girdhari Lal Kumawat, Sunil Vyas, and many resident media persons were present.
This exhibition is an inspiration for the youth:
Lakshyaraj Mewar appreciated this exhibition and said that such events are a source of inspiration for the younger generation. He called upon more and more people to visit this exhibition so that today's 21st-century generation can be aware of their culture. He said that today, our city and the state, and the entire nation are celebrating the birth anniversary of Maharana Pratap; today, everyone should take inspiration from him and follow his ideals and the path shown by him.
Unique Collection of Rare Pictures:
In this exhibition, colorful photographs of historical places related to the life and courage of Maharana Pratap, the pride of Mewar Veer Shiromani, as well as the Pratap Jayanti festival started by Pandit Shiv Narayan Sharma, founder of Pratap Sabha 70 to 80 years ago, will be held in Mewar. Rare black and white photographs of the events have been displayed, which are compiled by Prof. Mahesh Sharma has done it. Dr. Radhakrishnan, Lal Bahadur Shastri, and Dr. Rajendra Prasad at the Pratap Jayanti celebrations walking at Haldighati during Pratap Jayanti celebrations, Chavand and Pratap Jayanti Festival at Haldighati.
The President presented a thousand for Moti Magri, and the model of Moti Magri was taken to Chittor and approved by Nehru Ji. Along with this, photographs of Mewar Complex clicked by Dr. Kamlesh Sharma, Sunil Pandit, Manoj Vyas (Chawand), and Saurabh Parashar (Gogunda) have also been displayed.
Appreciate the National Awarded photo of Dr. Sharma:
During the visit to the exhibition, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar appreciated the National Awarded photo of Dr. Kamlesh Sharma of Woolly Naked Stork titled Burning Bird, among the pictures depicting the rich biodiversity of this region. He expressed happiness on seeing the paintings illustrating the Mewar region's natural splendor and described this exhibition as an inspiration for the budding cinematographers.
A copper ring commemorating Maharana Pratap was released.
On this occasion, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar released a copper ring made in memory of Maharana Pratap by litterateur and historian Dr. P.S.Ranawat. Pratap's image is engraved on this copper ring. He presented this ring to other guests, including Mewar. Dr. Ranawat said that this sign made in memory of Maharana Pratap, a symbol of self-respect and pride of Mewar, will inspire the younger generation to serve the nation and will be a symbol of our culture.
On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Veer Shiromani Maharana Pratap, under the joint aegis of the Indian Cultural Fund (INTEC) Udaipur Chapter and Information and Public Relations Office, the second day of the photo exhibition was released in the Art Gallery of Information Center was in the name of youth.
After the Nehru Yuva Kendra Cycle Rally, officials, including about 100 youths who came to the Information Center auditorium, enjoyed the exhibition and captured 70 to 80 years old photographs from this exhibition showing the historical and cultural splendor of Mewar. And also took selfies with various historical pictures. Dr. Lalit Pandey, a coordinator of the Indian Cultural Fund (INTEC), Udaipur Chapter, gave detailed information about photographs in this exhibition 70 to 80 years ago. Intake co-coordinator Gaurav Singhvi described this exhibition as an inspiration for the youth.