Kannada Rajyotsava 2021 to script history; over 5 lakh people across the world to sing iconic Kannada songs
Kannada Rajyotsava, which falls on November 1, is being celebrated for a week, and this one-of-a-kind event is part of it. Karnataka creation day, or Kannada Rajyotsava, is observed on November 1.
The next Kannada Rajyotsava is projected to set a record, with five lakh individuals worldwide singing legendary Kannada songs written by three poets. According to The New Indian Express, the huge event will occur on October 28 at roughly 1000 venues, when all participants will sing in unison. Kannada Rajyotsava, which falls on November 1, is being celebrated for a week, and this one-of-a-kind event is part of it. Karnataka creation day, or Kannada Rajyotsava, is observed on November 1. On November 1, 1956, all of South India's Kannada-speaking areas combined to establish the state of Karnataka.
Kannada organisations from other nations will also participate in the mega-event, which would draw over five lakh people. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and his ministers will participate in Kannadakkagi Naavu, an event organised by the Department of Kannada and Culture outside the state assembly's Vidhana Soudha.
While several overseas Kannada organisations will participate in the celebrations through the internet, school and college students and others will sing in front of the Mysore Palace, Hampi, and other cultural places. The Bengaluru airport, Udupi Sri Krishna Mandira, Siddaganga Mutt, and Chitradurga fort are the other mega-event locations.
The state government has asked all DCs and CEOs to make suitable arrangements at designated venues for artists to sing Kuvempu's "Baarisu Kannada Dimdimava," Nisar Ahmed's "Jogada Siri," and Hamsalekha's "Huttidare Kannada Naadalli Huttabeku" on October 28 at 11 a.m.
Kannada Rajyotsava is a Karnataka official holiday in which people gather to commemorate the auspicious day. According to The Hindu, the state government has scheduled several other events to celebrate Kannada Rajyotsava. Nitesh Patil, Deputy Commissioner of Dharwad, stated that a procession of tableaux from various departments would be carried out to promote multiple government programmes.