Utilization of folk art as involving theatre in communication programme in India

Kusum Kanwar, Arti Maheshwari

Abstract

Art is an expression of characteristics of the human mind .It reflects human emotions & human beings spontaneously express there frame of mind through various art form. The expression communicate in various style like singing, dancing, drawing, painting, acting & sculpture. Folk arts are primarily concertina with appealing to emotions include strong dimensions of communicating in India. Folk art which is combination of dance, music & drama, that provide face to face communication through theatre. This art convey message through entertainment colour, costume, dance & music remain the heart of the theatre.

Keywords: expression; concertina; communication; relationship;

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