Ranchi: The Jharkhand Pavilion at Surajkund Mela is paying tributes to one of the greatest freedom fighters born on Jharkhand’s soil, Bhagwan Birsa Munda.
This time the fair organizers have installed an 18 feet tall statue of Birsa Munda, made by renowned Sculptor, Ram Sutar, to celebrate the great legend of Bhagwan Birsa Munda.
The Jharkhand Pavilion also has a remarkable feature as part 31st SKCM 2017—- the Natyashala – a creative way to sanitize school children about the Jharkhand State and its manifestations in various forms.
Various games, named Jharkhand state-based snake and ladder game with diverse question based on the USPs of State were held today, which enthralled the children and parents alike. Nine questions related to the state of Jharkhand like, state flower of Jharkhand, state animal of Jharkhand, brand ambassador of Jharkhand, highest peak of Jharkhand, etc. were asked during the quiz competition.
For small kids the major attraction was drawing and painting based on various themes of Jharkhand and was a big hit. Hundreds of kids wearing T-shirts of Jharkhand Tourism attracted crowds in large number. The kids painted state animal, elephant, and as state bird, koel.
Four students did excellent drawing and won prizes for the same. Vanshika Sagar (Class 5th) of Amrita Public School, Vishal (Class 10th) of Govt Boys Sr. Sec School, Anant (Class 3rd) of DAV Public School, Pratyush (Class LKG-C of DAV Public School) won the prizes.
The crowd was kept engaged with the question and answer round where they were asked various questions related with Jharkhand, like number of districts, literacy rate of the state, etc.
It was followed by the musical chairs where folk songs of Jharkhand were played to the tunes of which the audience enjoyed.