The Chhattisgarh Tourism Board is in charge of planning the three-day celebration, which will take place on the grounds of the Science College.
The event, according to Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, is an endeavour to preserve the rich cultural history of the tribal people. He made this statement while speaking at a tourist summit here on Friday.
“Tribal culture is deeply rooted in Chhattisgarh. This festival aims to bring the tribals of the world on one platform so that they can connect with each other and cherish their cultures, their strength and move forward. We are moving towards creating Chhattisgarh as the world forum for tribals,” he said.
Experts, academics, and practitioners from the domains of arts, media, textiles, tourism, hospitality, and administration participated in panel discussions at the tourism conclave, which was hosted at the Kiran Nadar Museum for Arts in this city.
Among the countries represented at the event are Mozambique, Mongolia, Tongo, Russia, Indonesia, the Maldives, Serbia, New Zealand, and Egypt.