National Cultural Jatha

28 September 2023 to 30 January 2024

National Cultural Campaign of Love, Fraternity, Equality, Justice and Humanity

As once our great social reformers, like Kabir, Raidas, Jyotiba Phule and others had dedicated their lives to spread the message of love, peace, fraternity and harmony against hatred; as thousands of our countrymen came together, setting aside their differences, to fight against the colonial rule of British empire and realize the dream of an independent and sovereign country, filled with the spirit of love and humanity we along with our fellow artistes, writers, and artisans are setting out on a nationwide march: Dhai Aakhar Prem. This march will touch different villages, and nooks and corners of the country with songs, music, poetry, dance, and theatre honouring all kinds of human labour with the sole purpose of spreading the message of love for the country and affinity with freedom, erasing all sorts of discrimination, hatred, and conflicts.

Love, which instils hope, which advocates fraternity, equality, and justice, which Kabir uses to demolish hypocrisy, love that does not discriminate, based on language, religion, or caste, Love, free from all identities, is the ideal of humanity.

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Jatha Schedule

Dhai Akhar Prem: National Cultural Jatha’ will start from Rajasthan on September 28, 2023, on the birth anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, and culminate in Delhi on January 30, 2024, on the Martyr’s Day remembering Mahatma Gandhi. During this period, IPTA and all the progressive, democratic, social, and cultural organisations and individuals in favour of humanity will walk and engage in public dialogue as per the following proposed schedule.


28 September – 02 October 2023


02 October – 07 October 2023


Postponed dut to Nipah

07 October – 14 October 2023


Be a part

The Dhai Aakhar Prem: National Cultural Jatha is in its spirit an embodiment of all individuals and organizations who dream of a peaceful, respectful, compassionate, inclusive, and mutually caring India; who believe and cherish the cultural diversity of India, who do not discriminate on the basis of caste, gender, religion, region, language, colour, work, wealth, and believe in free creative expression and dignity of all human beings. In sum, all who believe in and dream of a life full of love and care are co-travellers in the Jatha.

The Jatha is open to all for participation. 

Travel with the Jatha

We welcome individuals to travel with the Jatha. If you are excited about knowing the lives of fellow countrymen, their culture as they practice on a daily basis, their creativity as expressed in their daily labours, conversations, traditional art forms and folklore, food habits, and textile, their worldview as manifest in their aspirations, joys, sorrows, relationship with environment and fellow citizens, you must travel with the Jatha. It is an opportunity to see the countryside and know India better, in person. Come, immerse in the idea of India as a pulsating heart of a diversity of people in different geographies.

Contact State Jatha Coordinator for more info

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