Magician Jadugar Anand urges govts to preserve the art
Four times Guinness Book record holder and magician Jadugar Anand stated that human values and age old art forms were disappearing from the society.
Nalgonda: Four times Guinness Book record holder and magician Jadugar Anand stated that human values and age old art forms were disappearing from the society.
Addressing the media in Nalgonda, he said in the present technologically advanced world, the age old art forms like circus and magic were becoming extinct. He added that it was duty of every person to carry forward their culture, tradition and art forms.
He informed that magic shows not only give entertainment, but also helps in eradicate superstitions prevailing in the society, particularly in rural areas.
Stating that Russian Circus and Indian Magic
were famous worldwide, he urged the people to support the magic by watching the shows along with family.
He demanded the Central government to open magic academy in every State in the country to give a new lease of life to magic.