Panaji: April 9, 2016 …. Chief Minister Shri Laxmikant Parsekar has lauded the Yeoman services rendered by Tari Community in the field of Art and Culture through Tari Society. He said, the younger generation should strive to carry forward the splendid work done by the senior citizens belonging to Tari Community for posterity and also to preserve and enrich the rich cultural traditions of Goa.
The Chief Minister was recently speaking as the Chief Guest at the Centenary year Celebration of Tari Society at a function held at Valvoi in Ponda Taluka .
The Chief Minister said commemorating 100 years of inception of any society is highly commendable and indeed a proud moment for the people of Volvoi. He said, the roots of our Culture are visible especially in rural areas which he mentioned needs to be preserved and promoted for the generations to come.
The Chief Minister further hoped that the Volvoi village which is known for its contribution in Cultural arena will create artist of international repute. The Chief Minister was of the opinion that villagers of Volvoi have significantly contributed in the field of Art and therefore it is necessary to acknowledge their contribution by honoring them.
The Chief Minister released the souvenir titled Kelambika, brought out by the Tari Society on the occasion.
Shri Jayant Tari Director of Information and Publicity, Shri Rajendra Naik Tari, Sarpanch of Volvoi and Shri Ramdas Volvoikar were present on the occasion.
The Chief Minister, Union Minister of State for Ayush, Shri Shripad Naik, Minister for Factories and Boilers were honored by Shri Premanand Tari, President of Tari Society. All those who have contributed for the development of Tari Community were also felicitated on the occasion.
Earlier Shri Premanand Tari welcomed and Shri Vinayak Vengurlekar proposed the vote of thanks. Shri Govind Bhagat compared.