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Bengal-Goa Folk Mela in Margao marks its third year

The 3rd edition of Bengal-Goa Folk Mela at Ravindra Bhavan in Margao has been a 10-day affair from 16 February to 25 February, 2018. One of the highlights of the fair this time is the 8 handicrafts workshops conducted by expert folk artists with students and youths.

The inauguration sparkled with the performances. Tuuletar, the all-woman, no instruments music band from Finland who dazzled at the World Peace Music Festival, Sur Jahan, in Panjim, earlier in February, was the biggest surprise. Bengal’s folk music, presented by Folks of Bengal, was a runaway hit with the audiences. So were Goan folk music and dance and, in another pleasant surprise, a Swiss-Goa folk ensemble.

Bengal’s martial and acrobatic folk dances, Chau and Raibenshe, lent a new dimension to this edition of the festival.

The quality handicrafts at the exhibition and the music events in the evenings were a major attraction for locals and foreign tourists alike.

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