New Delhi (NVI): With an aim to take India to a newer digital pinnacle and to promote Indian culture, MoS Culture and Tourism Prahlad Singh Patel has inaugurated e-portal of Centre for Cultural Resources and Training and YouTube Channel here on October 21.
Prahlad Singh attended the “Digital Bharat – Digital Sanskriti” program organised by Rashtriya Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, CCRT of the Ministry of Culture.
आज से CCRT द्वारा देश के दूरदराज आधुनिक एवं स्तरीय सांस्कृतिक बहुआयामी शिक्षा पहुँचाने का एक सार्थक प्रयास शुरू किया है ।शुभकामनायें @PMOIndia @MinOfCultureGoI @incredibleindia @tourismgoi @BJP4India @BJP4MP @CCRTNewDelhi pic.twitter.com/RZo22MmwYW
— Prahlad Singh Patel (@prahladspatel) October 21, 2019
The cultural resources and training centre has started publishing books from the series “Untold Tales of India’s Cities” in order to explore and understand the unknown aspects of India’s lesser-known places and their rural and semi-urban culture.
The centre has also produced a documentary film “Rahas” with the objective of understanding of Indian traditions by having knowledge about different regional cultures.
Meanwhile, Singh will be attending the 76th anniversary of the formation of Azad Hind Government today here at the Red Fort in the presence of Secretary-General Sanjay Chaudhary, Netaji Subhas INA Trust and other Veterans of Azad Hind Fauj along with Secretary Culture, Arun Goyal and Director-General Usha Sharma.