About us Chhattisgarh Sanskriti
Chhattisgarh Sanskriti – Religion, Culture, Dharm & Language
Chhattisgarh has a significant role in the field of Sanskritik. Sanskritik Chhattisgarh is a page providing each and every information about religion, culture, dharm and language. Chhattisgarhi was known as “Khaltahi” to the nearby hill-people and as “Laria” to Sambalpuri and Oriya speakers. Many people also spoke Kosali and Oriya.
Chhattisgarh is a storage house of literature, performing crafts and arts – all of which derives its sustenance and substance from the day-to-day life experiences of its folks. Religion, myths, social and political events, folklore and nature are preferred motifs. Traditional crafts consist of painting, bell metal craft, woodcarving, tribal jewellery and bamboo ware. It has a rich literary heritage with roots which lie deep in the historical and sociological movements of the region.
Chhattisgarh has several indigenous dance styles such as Panthi, Chaitra, Rawat Nacha Pandwani, Kaksar, Saila and Soowa.
It is known for “lost wax art” and “Kosa silk”. Besides salwar suits and saris, the fabric is being used to create stoles, lehengas, shawls and menswear including shirts, achkans, sherwanis and jackets.