Corona stopped the music outside, angered artists

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Case 1: Difficult family to support
When he sang on the folk art stage, the audience and the artist danced too. The second wave of the Corona transition period has tied our hands in such a way that it is now difficult to feed the family. How can we spread these hands in front of others for Lakshmi, with the hands with which we worshiped the goddess Saraswati. When the great artists of Kashi found out about his condition, they turned to help. When they saw these efforts by their fellow artists, tears streamed from their eyes.
Case 2: Hope broke in the second wave
There is one such artist from Kashi who has been plagued by the epidemic for two years. The second corona wave came, and the bound hopes were also broken. Somehow it dared to reach its fellow artist and expressed its pain. A fellow artist also cried when he heard his pain. The artist helped his partner in every possible way and also tied courage. This is just a hymn. At the request of the artists, we do not reveal their identity to the public, but only try to convey their feelings and states of mind.
Amar Ujala office
Varanasi. The corona infection has taken over all the melodies in the music world. There is no music, no sound and no happiness on stage. The plight of the music world and artists that has persisted since last year continues. Be it classical music, bhojpuri music or folk music. Every artist has the same story everywhere.
The second wave broke the backbone of folk artists. The condition has become such that it is difficult for artists to survive. Given the status, respect, and fame that music has earned, these artists cannot turn to anyone for help. Last year was cut the way it was, folk artists thought the situation would get better now, but by then the second corona wave had dashed their hopes. No government plan reached them during the difficult times of Corona. They do not fall within the scope of a system.
Hunger in front of artists
There is a lot of talk about art and culture, but the Corona period made it a reality. Artists associated with government or business have fewer difficulties, but those who previously relied only on cultural programs are faced with starvation conditions. -Kanhaiya Dubey KD, Lyric writer
Nobody listens to artists
There is no one who listens to the artists. Our family is thriving with the Bhajan Kirtan program of religious events, but everything has been closed since last year. Even the artists who became MPs and MLAs among us do not hold our words to the government. Amlesh Shukla, folk singer
Family has become difficult
During the corona transition period, a financial crisis developed in front of the artists. There is no other livelihood for artists. In such a situation it has become difficult to lead a family. If the government does not pay attention in time, the conditions of the artists become very serious. ”-Sneha Awasthi, folk singer
Artists are sitting at home, how will the family be?
The financial situation of artists in the country’s cultural capital has deteriorated. The condition of the respective artist cannot be revealed. He knows how to run his house right there. If the situation does not improve in time, they can even beg. -Priyanka Pandey, singer
nobody thinks of the artists
Nobody thinks about the artists in the Corona transition period. All events have been canceled since last year. During the season he earned something the family lived on every day, but at this time the family is fascinated by the bread of June 2nd. -Santosh Maurya, Key Board Artist, Dhelwaria

Case 1: Difficult family to support

When he sang on the folk art stage, the audience and the artist danced too. The second wave of the Corona transition period has tied our hands in such a way that it is now difficult to feed the family. How can we spread these hands in front of others for Lakshmi, with the hands with which we worshiped the goddess Saraswati. When the great artists of Kashi found out about his condition, they turned to help. When they saw these efforts by their fellow artists, tears streamed from their eyes.

Case 2: Hope broke in the second wave

There is one such artist from Kashi who has been plagued by the epidemic for two years. The second corona wave came, and the bound hopes were also broken. Somehow it dared to reach its fellow artist and expressed its pain. A fellow artist also cried when he heard his pain. The artist helped his partner in every possible way and also tied courage. This is just a hymn. At the request of the artists, we do not reveal their identity to the public, but only try to convey their feelings and states of mind.

Amar Ujala office

Varanasi. The corona infection has taken over all the melodies in the music world. There is no music, no sound and no happiness on stage. The plight of the music world and artists that has persisted since last year continues. Be it classical music, bhojpuri music or folk music. Every artist has the same story everywhere.

The second wave broke the backbone of folk artists. The condition has become such that it is difficult for artists to survive. Given the status, respect, and fame that music has earned, these artists cannot turn to anyone for help. Last year was cut the way it was, folk artists thought the situation would get better now, but by then the second corona wave had dashed their hopes. No government plan reached them during the difficult times of Corona. They do not fall within the scope of a system.

Hunger in front of artists

There is a lot of talk about art and culture, but the Corona period made it a reality. Artists associated with government or business have fewer difficulties, but those who previously relied only on cultural programs are faced with starvation conditions. -Kanhaiya Dubey KD, Lyric writer

Nobody listens to artists

There is no one who listens to the artists. Our family is thriving with the Bhajan Kirtan program of religious events, but everything has been closed since last year. Even the artists who became MPs and MLAs among us do not hold our words to the government. Amlesh Shukla, folk singer

Family has become difficult

During the corona transition period, a financial crisis developed in front of the artists. There is no other livelihood for artists. In such a situation it has become difficult to lead a family. If the government does not pay attention in time, the conditions of the artists become very serious. ”-Sneha Awasthi, folk singer

Artists are sitting at home, how will the family be?

The financial situation of artists in the country’s cultural capital has deteriorated. The condition of the respective artist cannot be revealed. He knows how to run his house right there. If the situation does not improve in time, they can even beg. -Priyanka Pandey, singer

nobody thinks of the artists

Nobody thinks about the artists in the Corona transition period. All events have been canceled since last year. During the season he earned something the family lived on every day, but at this time the family is fascinated by the bread of June 2nd. -Santosh Maurya, Key Board Artist, Dhelwaria

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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