A Great Example of Preserving & Promotion of Sindhi Sindhi Culturee.
“Late Bhagat Kamal” Ajmer was known around the world for his “Sindhi Bhagat” Bhagat Kamal expired 1.5 yrs back because of food poisoning.
Lavi Bhagat who used to accompany his father Kamal Bhagat during his programs at the age of 13 (Now 17 Yrs Old ) decided to continue “Bhagat” to Promote his father’s name & followed his father’s foot step to contribute to the Growth & Prosperity of Sindhi Culturee.
“#Bhagat is a part of Sindhi Culture, a combination of Sindhi Folk Dance,Singing, Story & Drama” which was started long back in Sindh by Sindhi Saints “Bhagat Khotaram, Bhagat Sant Santram Das Saheb and carried by Bhagat Sant Kanwar Ram Saheb”
Bhagat Sant Kanwar Ram Saheb
Bhagat is the most important and integral part of Sindhi folk-art, a rich cultural heritage of the Sindhi community and widely acclaimed. There were once scores of these versatile artists in the countryside as well as in the urban pockets of Sind. However, after partition of the country this folk art is on the decline due to a variety of reasons, including the influence of electronic mass media and socio-economic compulsion. However, there are still a few prominent Bhagats who are dedicated and perform occasionally.
Today there are very few “Bhagats” left in India & Sindh.
I on behalf of Sindhi Community would like to Promote this Young “#Lavi #Bhagat” for contributing his life in preserving the Sindhi Culture & Old Art.