4th edition of "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?", a festival of Music and Arts on Environment.
5 August - 6 August 2017, Khurkhul Makha Leikai Maning Sabal Lampak Manipur.
‘Where Have All The Flowers Gone?’ (A song by Pete Seeger), a first of its kind in Manipur, is a festival of music and arts inspired by the music and environmental activism of the late American folk singer Pete Seeger who passed away in January 2014.
The event provides an opportune moment to give awareness about the importance of environment to the people of Manipur and to explore the life-world of various indigenous peoples of Manipur and to showcase their arts and crafts.
8.30 am- Bicycle Rally from Palace Compound to Khurkhul
10.00 am - Children’s Painting Competition
12.00 pm - Opening of the Art/ Photography exhibition
1.30 pm - An introduction to Khurkhul by Khulakpa Phuritsabam Somorjit
2.00 pm - Khurkhul, It's tradition and culture by Dr. Shantani Louriyam
2.30 pm - Khunung Eshei by Womenfolk of Khurkhul
3.00 pm - Guru Rewben Mashangva
3.30 pm - Nassif Ahmed
4.00 pm - Sh@ne
4.30 pm - Anungla
5.00 pm - Uday Benegal
5.45 pm - Mangka
8.00 am - Tree Plantation
11.00 am - Film Screening
1 SONGS TO LIVE BY
A cycle of 6 documentaries by Tarun Bhartiya
2. Nagaland is Changing
A film by Gurmeet Sapal
3. Phum Shang
A film by Haobam Paban Kumar
Details of the screening will be out tomorrow.
3.00 pm - The Cajon Diaries
3.30 pm - Eyoom
4.00 pm - Pebet
4.30 pm - Tapta
6.30 pm - Closing Ceremony
PS: Free entry for folks of Khurkhul, but others will be charged 50 INR per head per day to support the festival.