Jamshedpur : Stems from the soil of north Bihar state of India, Bhojpuri folklore now are slowly climbing the ladder of popularity in the world. After India, Mauritius, Suriname , Trinidad , Nepal , Singapore , South Africa , Thailand and Bangkok are being spread the reach of the language.
Sanatan Sangh, Bangkok is celebrating the Navratra Festival in which Bhojpuri community people have been invited.
Pradeep Kumar Singh, film producer and author Dr. Pramod Kumar ( Mumbai ), folk singer and actress Devi, Arun Dev winner Sur Sangram Singh ( Jamshedpur) , folk singer Pratibha Singh ( Kolkata ), social worker Vijay Bahadur Singh ( Ballia), Gyan Chandra Mishra ( Delhi ) and folk artist Mohan Kumar will be honored at the upcoming Bangkok on October 5. Pradeep Singh, Arun Dev Yadav and Arvind Mohan Kumar, Ganga Prasad Prasad Srivastava, Narendra Kumar, Shashi Bhushan Mishra, Jagdish Sharma, Ranjan Dubey, Lalit Pandey, Rajesh, Kvleshhwar Pandey, Rajesh Pandey , Banti Singh, Rajesh Bhojpuri, Shailej Singh, Surendra Sharma, Rakesh Sahu, Neeraj Kumar were present .