Mysore Dussehra celebrations are a completely different sight. While Jumboo Savari is a treat to watch with Majestic Arjuna, carrying the 750-Kg Golden Howdah with the idol of Goddess Chamundeshwari, folk dances and tableaux is complete eye-grabbing.
Numerous folk troupes and tableaux with their music and scintillating action added special flavour to the world-famous 'Jamboo Savari.' They also created awareness about the pro-people programmes announced by the State Government.
Wildlife, forest conservation
The forest department had come up a tableaux highlighting the need to conserve biodiversity.Wildlife conservation is the attempt to protect endangered animal and plant species, along with their natural habitat. The main objective is to make sure that their habitats will be preserved so that the future generations of both wildlife and human can enjoy it.
Evolution of higher education
For the first time, the Department of Higher Education has come up with a tableau on the journey of Universities in the State. More than 150 artists were involved in the making. The tableaux depicted the history of universities and how it has evolved over a period of time.
‘My Vote My Right’
The tableaux also featured flood-affected people in Kodagu, the National Cadet Corps (NCC), ‘My Vote My Right' on voter awareness by the SVEEP office of Mysuru and on Legal Services by the Mysuru District Legal Services Authority.