• 3) Folk dance of Bihar Kajri  : Kajri is one of the most popular and well known forms of folk music of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Kajris are often sung by classical and semi classical musicians. The word Kajri is possibly a derivative of Kajal meaning Kohl or Black. In a country of sizzling hot summers the black monsoon clouds bring with them relief and great joy with a need to sing out loud. This is the moment for the Kajri to be sung. Even though Kajri is sung in a large region – Mirzapur is considered the real home of Kajri. Kajri is also called as a game which is played by the village women for their enjoyment. This dance also represents petty quarrel between ‘Nanad and Bhavi’ with the help of our students an attempt has been made to represent the folk dance of Bihar which in broader change shows cultural exchange between Assam and Bihar and brings National Integration.

  • 5) JHUKA FOLK DANCE  : Jhula is a folk dance of U.P. In Jhula dance the ladies of this region use to swing and sing and dance KOJRI. During the month of sawan upto the new moon night the ladies swing, dance and sing and the gents take part in singing and playing musical instruments along with the ladies. During last five days of the new moon of sawan Jhula and Kojri is observed in full swing.

  • 9) Rash Nritya  : Rash nritya performed by class Xi and class ix migrated girls from JNV Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh.

  • 10) Cultural Dance Programme  : Dance (Mu Bole Jane – Dance performance) was conducted under the guidance of music teacher Mrs. Ratna Bhowmik.

  • 12) Visit to “Kumbhalgarh Fort” in Rajasamand, Rajasthan  : 20 Migration students (12 Boys + 08 Girls) of JNV Mavli Udaipur have visited to the famous Fort Kumbhalgarh of Rajasthan .This fort was built by Maharana Kumbha of Mewar Dynasty in 15th century.it has world second largest wall which is 34 KM long. Maharana Pratap was born in this fort and this fort was attacked many times.

  • 13) Folk Dance Competition  : Kajri derived from the Hindi word Kajra, or Kohl, is a genre of semi-classical singing, popular in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. It is often used to describe the longing of a maiden for her lover as the black monsoon cloud come hanging in the summer skies, and the style is notably sung during the rainy season. It comes in the series of season songs, like Chaiti, Hori and Sawani, and is traditionally sung in the villages and towns of Uttar Pradesh: around Banaras, Mirzapur, Mathura, Allahabad and the Bhojpur regions of Bihar.