International Delphic Council initiates movement to save art and culture of J&K

Secretary General of International Delphic Council Ashok Singh addressing a press conference at Jammu on Tuesday.

JAMMU: The International Delphic Council (IDC) has commenced a movement to promote the art and culture of Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a press conference here today, Ashok Singh Secretary General of International Delphic Council said the movement is aimed at to save the diverse art, culture, heritage and languages of Jammu and Kashmir.
The International Delphic Council is a voluntary, non-profit organization which aims at to preserve the art and culture of different races across the world.
Singh said, the diversity of art and culture of J&K can be saved only by bringing artists from various fields of Jammu and Kashmir together.
Dogri language, culture and heritage is deteriorating day by day Singh lamented. Artists of various fields from Jammu should come forward to save and promote the dying art, culture and heritage, he added. He assured that the International Delphic Council will provide the requisite platform to them.
To encourage the people’s participation in preservation of art and culture of Jammu and Kashmir, block as well as tehsil wise councils will be constituted, he added.
The IDC will conduct a competition at national and international level and help to represent Dogri language and culture at the worldwide platform. The IDC will give the much needed global push to Dogra folk, games, art, culture, crafts, cuisine and languages, etc, he added.
Prominent among others present during the press conference were Ramesh Prasanna, Mohd Akbar Malik and Narinder Thussu.