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In the eastern part of India, the plateau land situated in the southern part of Bihar and west of Bengal is known as Jharkhand. Earlier it was known as South Bihar, but on 15th November 2000, such Republic of India has been made the 28th state.

It is believed that about 20,000 years ago, this terrain of earth was surrounded by extremely dense and inaccessible forests. In these forests, the poem resides in the form of Homo-Sapian and Homo-Erectus.

At that time the human being must have been dependent on hunting and food. Apart from the archaeological point of view, with the three stages of stone age, the remains of the Neolithic era and Tamarsham era are very much found in Jharkhand. Remains of Mahashmiya culture are not only found here, but special characteristics of this culture are still found in Munda-Uram tribe. During the Maurya-Kushan and Gupta period, many temples and other buildings in the 10th-12th century have been built in abundance in this region, in the remnants of the historical period. In addition to Hinduism, the remains of many buildings related to Buddhism, Jains, religions and such and Islamic religions are scattered all over the state. In the Mughal and British era, this region kept its presence in the mainstream of the country.

Directorate of Arts and Culture plays an important role in the preservation, promotion and development of the cultural traditions of the state. We introduce new schemes / activities by implementing programs in the direction of welfare and providing financial support to artists. Its aim is to develop the basic and cultural values ​​and perceptions of people and ways and means to be active and dynamic. We also establish appropriate infrastructure for artists and the general public in the field of art and culture. Our art and culture is a mixture of our history and our identity in today's world.

Art can express dignity and resistance to art, beauty, happiness and love. The purpose of art is to express emotions, experiences and thoughts that are beyond the reach of language.

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