Lokmanthan 2022 is an attempt to keep the folk culture of Assam and the North East alive, the organizers of the event said on Sunday.
The event will be held from September 21 to September 24. The aim is to keep the folk culture of the North East alive, they said.
The press meet was hosted by Suranjan Dutta, Joint Secretary of Lokmanthan 2022. This year’s iteration will be a special event dedicated to folk traditions, said organizers.
Artists, writers and researchers from around the country will attend the event. Programmes under the event will begin from 4pm in the evening on September 21.
The organizers further informed that the event will be officially inaugurated by Vice President of India Jagdish Dhankar on the next day. Apart from Assam and the North East, the event will feature folk culture from several other states of the country as well.
The event will be attended by Governor of Kerala Arif Mohammad Khan, Governor of Assam Prof. Jagdish Mukhi and Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sharma.
Many prominent artists of the country will also convene at the special event, added the organizers.