Here we get how the festival ends and the chief talked about how of course people tend to see trade more oh look it's a huge trade place bring all your items and fail to realize what he wants. He basically wants you or anyone to think of the lavi fair and think oh that's a pace that loves there folk culture and a place of trade
This man who wrote this almost disagreed with what the Chief was trying to say. Instead of talking about the popular culture and how it is hurting the fair he was more concerned with all the trades happening in there and how it was one of the biggest trade markets.
They talk about how the youth is actually bringing in all their popular culture and not realizing how important it is to take this seriously. For example they talked about how the youth is starting to bring in drugs and they should be pursuing education. Another is how women down there don't have that many rights and they think women should be trated equally
Now this basically summarizes what happened on the page to my right. So the man in this link named Virbhadra Singh is a Chief Minister that is concerned with what's happening to his culture. He makes a statement saying ''No matter how far we progress in life, wherever we stay, but we should not forget our culture and our language, rather we should be proud of it''
Now this article talks about the importance of their traditional culture using the example of the Lavi Fair. Now the Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh lead the charge. He brings up points basically saying hey you should come to these fairs because we shouldn't forget why we are here and give respect to our ancestors,