Indian Art and Culture in the School curricula

Indian Art and Culture

On 23rd September while interacting with the audience in a programme the Vice President stated that Indian Art and Culture should be included in the School curricula.

The Vice President called upon parents and educators to impart value-based education with a focus on Indian culture, tradition, and ethos. He stressed that such a value-based and holistic education for the overall development of the child.

Speaking at an event commemorating the first death anniversary of the legendary singer, late Shri S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, Shri Naidu suggested that the school curricula should lay greater emphasis on Indian art and culture and provide a comprehensive view of our heritage. He said that music provides solace to our minds and children should be encouraged to learn music.

On this occasion, the Vice President paid rich tributes to the late singer.  Recalling the life of the versatile singer, Shri Naidu said in the five decades of his musical journey, Shri S.P. Balasubrahmanyam left an indelible mark on the musical world. He also recalled his close association with the late singer and their common love for the Telugu language.

Popular artists from the film industry, lyricist Shri Sirivennela Sitaramasastri, singer Shri Kailash Kher, film actor Shri Tanikella Bharani, members from various Telugu associations, and others participated in the virtual event.

We too agree that Indian Art and Culture should be included in the School Curriculum. If you too agree to the honorable Vice President, we would request you to suggest your thoughts in the comments box.

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