The Heritage Festival’s second day in Rajshahi featured a captivating musical performance by indigenous musicians. The day began with an engaging panel discussion on food and heritage, exploring the cultural significance of traditional cuisine.
The ‘OSCH Journey of Youth Board’ continued, allowing young minds to share their experiences and aspirations. A Puthi performance on ‘Sonamosjid’ showcased the region’s rich storytelling traditions, and the ‘OSCH Documentary’ shed light on heritage preservation efforts. Indoor activities included paper crafting, terracotta, zine Making, and Live art workshops, offering engaging experiences.
The day’s climax was a mesmerising dance performance by the Indigenous Dance Group. The theatrical performance on Gomvira further explored local traditions. The festival also celebrated artistic talent with an award ceremony for the photo and painting competition, recognising participants’ creative expressions. The day ended on a high note with a euphoric musical concert by LKG Quartet, fusing diverse musical traditions.
As the festival concluded, it left a sense of fulfilment and anticipation for the future, emphasising the importance of cultural preservation and exchange in the region.