Participants of Kashi Tamil Sangamam welcomed with a dance performance at Jabalpur railway station. Watch


The participants of Kashi Tamil Sangamam were welcomed with a dance performance at Jabalpur railway station. A video has been shared by the Ministry of Railways on Twitter.

Shubhi Mishra

New Delhi ,UPDATED: 15 December 2022 15:03 IST

The participants of the Kashi Tamil Sangamam welcomed them with a dance performance at the Jabalpur railway station.

The participants of the Kashi Tamil Sangamam welcomed them with a dance performance at the Jabalpur railway station.

Author: Shubhi Mishra: The participants of the Kashi Tamil Sangamam who were traveling in the Chennai-Gaya Express train were given a warm welcome at the Jabalpur railway station. The women were seen performing a traditional dance for the participants in a video tweeted by the Ministry of Railways on December 14.

In the video, the women delegates performed a traditional dance at the Jabalpur railway station to welcome the participants of the Kashi Tamil Sangamam being celebrated in Varanasi.

“Meeting of two cultures! Chennai-Gaya Express passengers participating in ‘Kashi Tamil Sangamam’ received a warm welcome at Jabalpur station where women representatives showcased their culture through traditional dance,” the Ministry of Railways said in the release.

Watch the video here:

Kashi Tamil Sangamam (KTS) was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 19 in Varanasi. “It is the responsibility of 130 million Indians to preserve and enrich the Tamil heritage. If we ignore Tamil, we do a great disservice to the nation, and if we keep it restricted to Tamil, we will do a great disservice,” PM Modi said at the inauguration.

Kashi Tamil Sangamam is organized in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh with the aim of celebrating the coherent civilization between Kashi and Tamil Nadu. 12 select teams from the southern state, 250 each, are traveling in special trains to Varanasi for an immersive Kashi experience that includes a Ganga bath, Ganga cruise and Ganga aarti and to showcase Tamil Nadu’s historical and eternal proximity to Kashi. The groups include students, teachers, professionals, business people and lovers of literature, heritage and culture. Sangamam will start on 16th November and end on 16th December.



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