The 68th India Day in Budapest -2018.

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On the 26th of January is a milestone of India celebrating from 1950 when laid the foundation of the largest democratise of the World. India in the last decade was witness the fastest growing economics in the World.

The event started with the two countries anthem, and ceremonial lighting of the lamp by Ambassador Rahul Chhabra , and presentations by VIP personals. More than  350 guests attended the  celebration.

Thereafter, spoke about highlighting the strengthening of bilateral relations, even tough the two country is divided by two continents. These are especially in the field of Economic cooperation, education exchange programs. India and Hungary is engaged in promoting excellent relationship within culture exchanges. From India over 300 student exchanges to Hungary and 35 Hungarians are studying at various fields in India.

After the official presentations was brought the glimpses of Indian classical traditional music and dance that is the art of dance full of poetry, cross exuberant joy.

Introducing the dancers was from Amrita Shergil Cultural Center by Indian Cultura and Traditional Yoga Expert  Ms. Ankita Sood (deputed by Indian Government as Yoga & Teacher of Indian Culture to spread Yoga Awareness across Hungary & Bosnia.) … Dancers: Ms Saumya Shukla, Kathak Teacher & Performer – Amrita Shergil Cultural Center with Ms Vishakha Kumar Bisht & Shreya Seshan.

Flower Children, Indian Parent’s children staying in Hungary and are regular kathak students at the center: Aadvita,Hridaya, Neetika, Karnika, Snikita, Aananya, Utsav, Srinidhi (All these  children are regular kathak students at the center).

Pt. Rajesh Gangani on Tabla (Teacher & Performer)

Mr Szabolch Tóth on Sitar  (Teacher & Performer)

A grand Reception/Dinner was organized at Hotel Kempinski Corvinus -Budapest, whereas followed by serving of a sumptuous Indian dinner. More than 350 guests attended the function.

A peek into the evenings Indian classical traditional dancing:

 

Update snaps and video by Aggie Reiter

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  1. […] The Rolling in Budapest blog also covered the event. Summary can be seen on the following link: https://rollinginbudapest.com/2018/01/27/the-68th-india-day-in-budapest-2018/ […]

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