Consider the following art forms of India:
Which among the above are included in the UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity?
The following art forms find mention in UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity:-
- Kutiyattam is a form of Sanskrit theatre that originated in Kerala. It is recognised as a oral heritage
- Vedic chanting which is considered the oldest unbroken oral tradition is also recognized as a oral heritage by UNESCO
- All Sanskrit Dramas in their entirety are considered to be a cultural heritage
- The performance of Ram Leela, which is the enactment of Lord Rama’s life as described in Ramayana
- Ramman which is a religious festival and ritualistic theatre prevalent in the Garhwal Himalayas
- Mudiyettu, which is a ritual theatre and fold dance drama performed in temples in Kerala, and is representative of the mythological battle between Kali and the demon, Darika
- Kalbelia is a sensuous form of folk dance and song prevalent in Rajasthan
- Chhau Dance is a tribal martial dance form found in Odisha, Jharkhand and West Bengal
- Novruz, which is the observance of the Persian or Parsi New Year in India
- Chanting of sacred Buddhist texts in the Ladakh and J&K region is also an oral cultural heritage.
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