In J-Ks Shopian, the Jashn-e-Chillai Kalan event comes to an end, leaving behind memories and lessons.

Jashn-e-Chillai Kalan festival held in Kashmir . Indian army hosted event to promote Kashmiri heritage and preserve uniqueness of Kashmiri heritage .

Shopian (Jammu and Kashmir) India: On Sunday, a two-day Jashn-e-Chillai Kalan festival, hosted by the Indian army with assistance from District Administration, left behind memories and messages for youth.The two-day festival, which is believed to target youth under the influence of drugs, was held at Shopian Batapora Stadium in South Kashmir.The festival began with pigeons flying in the air, according to the Deputy Commissioner, Shopian, Sachin Kumar Vaishya, and Commanding Officer 15 Garhwal Rifles Ashutosh Thapliyal.The purpose of holding such festivals, Deputy Commissioner Robert Muriel said on occasion, is to bring people together, particularly young people.The youth is the future of Kashmir.

People are pro-actively supporting the administration, according to Sachin Kumar Vaishya of Shopian DC, according to my research in the last two years.The gap between youths and government in Kashmir will be narrowed by such initiatives, and it will help to create a healthier climate, he said.However, locals have reported that activities such as Jashn-e-Chillai Kalan would help in mobilizing youths who are under the influence of opioids.The people who attended the concert demonstrated that the Shopian district is packed with talent.

Since the young generation is under the influence of the drug, I want to thank the Indian Army for their assistance, so it is better to involve the students in these activities, according to another local Yasir.The event was both educational for the youth and the artists involved in the project, which later became a part of the celebration.It is beneficial to youth as well as artists.Our jobs are linked to such things.

The festival was held in Kashmir's freezing temperatures by Shopian to promote tourism and preserve and preserve the uniqueness and richness of the Kashmiri heritage, but it was also attended by the musical bands center.The festival also aimed at promoting Kashmiri art, crafts, and cuisine.The festival was attended by students and locals from all around the country.Various departments held displays such as agriculture, horticulture, veterinary, etc.

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