Bhupesh Baghel dances fiercely while celebrating Teeja-Pora Tihar, Chhattisgarhi folk colors shown in CM House video

Raipur. Teeja Pora Tihar was celebrated with pomp at the Chief Minister’s residence today. For Teeja-Pora Tihar, the residence of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel became Maika for women and sisters. The rainbow colors of Chhattisgarhi culture were being created in the Chief Minister’s residence. On the invitation of the Chief Minister, a large number of women in traditional attire participated in the event with great enthusiasm. During this, CM Bhupesh Baghel was seen dancing fiercely in folk music.

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In the midst of chanting, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, along with his wife Smt. Mukteshwari Baghel and family members, joined the program and offered prayers to Lord Shiva, Nandiya Baila and Chukian-Pora and prayed for the state’s happiness, prosperity and prosperity. He extended festive greetings and wishes to all mothers and sisters on this occasion. Raut Nach Dal and the team of Chhattisgarhi folk artists made a unique shaman with Chhattisgarhi song music. Chhattisgarhi delicacies were arranged for the people at the Chief Minister’s residence.

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Health and Panchayat and Rural Minister T.S. Singhdeo, Women and Child Development Minister Smt. Anila Bhendia, Industries Minister Kawasi Lakhma, Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar, Revenue Minister Jaisingh Agarwal, Lok Sabha MP Smt. Jyotsna Mahant, Rajya Sabha MP Smt. Chhaya Verma, Smt. Phoolodevi Netam, Parliamentary Secretary Chintamani Maharaj, Vikas Upadhyay, Smt. Rashmi Singh, Ms. Shakuntala Sahu, Vinod Sevenlal Chandrakar, MLA Arun Vora, Mrs. North Jangde, Mrs. Sangeeta Sinha, Mohitram Kerketta, Chairperson of the Women’s Commission, Mrs. Kiranmayi Nayak, former MLA Mrs. Pratima Chandrakar, State Mineral Development Corporation Chairman Girish Devangan, National Spokesperson Many public representatives including Ms. Alka Lamba, Dr. Ragini Nayak, and a large number of women were present.

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