Artists’ daughters transferred Rs 1,000 crore from their bank accounts under the women’s rights scheme – Tamil Nadu government!

By | September 15, 2023

Tamil Nadu government has distributed 1.06 crore rupees to 1,000 women beneficiaries under the Kalaignar Magalir Urimai Thittam, a scheme to support the rights of women artists. The funds were transferred to their bank accounts.

In a groundbreaking initiative, the Tamil Nadu government has disbursed a total of ₹1.06 crore to over 1,000 women beneficiaries under the Kalaignar Magalir Urimai Thittam (Kalaignar Women’s Rights Scheme). This move aims to empower women artists and recognize their contribution to the field of art.

The scheme, launched by the state government, aims to provide financial assistance and support to women artists across various disciplines, including painting, sculpture, dance, music, and theater. Under this program, eligible women artists are given a one-time grant of ₹1,000,000 to further their artistic endeavors and promote their work.

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The announcement was made by the Tamil Nadu government through a tweet from the official Sun News handle. The tweet highlighted the significance of the scheme and the amount of money disbursed to the beneficiaries.

The Kalaignar Magalir Urimai Thittam is a testament to the government’s commitment to promoting art and empowering women in the state. By recognizing the talent and potential of women artists, the scheme encourages them to pursue their passion and contribute to the cultural heritage of Tamil Nadu.

This move is expected to have a positive impact on the artistic community, providing much-needed financial support to women artists who often face challenges in pursuing their art due to financial constraints. The scheme also aims to create a more inclusive and diverse artistic landscape in the state..

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