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Celebrating 71st. Republic Day of India @ Budapest

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Many countries around the world today joined to celebrate India’s Republic Day, likewise in Budapest – Hungary.

The celebration was held on Sunday, January, 26. by HE Mr. Kumar Tuhin, Ambassador of the Republic of India & Mrs. Deepa Tuhin @ Heritage House’s Theater – Budapest.

Invited guests joined to celebrate India’s  71st Republic Day together with members of the DC, dignitaries, senior government functionaries, prominent representatives, the Indian community, Hungarian political, business and cultural scenes, also by India’s friends and supporters.

The  Republic Day commemorates the occasion on January 26, 1950 when India, after gaining independence from Great Britain in 1947, adopted its Constitution … 1949. January 26 was already an auspicious day for India because in 1930 it was declared as Independence Day by no less than “The Father of the Nation” – Mahatma Gandhi.

Republic Day also marks the completion of India’s transition from the British Raj to an independent republic. It also represents the anniversary of the declaration of Purna Swaraj, which translates to “complete freedom,” by the Indian National Congress in 1929.

Ambassador Kumar Tuhin conveyed his festive greetings to the audience and said that India’s relations with Hungary is steadily growing and the interaction in diverse sectors, especially in economic and commercial sector. Hungary had been one of the first to recognize India’s sovereignty and the two had established diplomatic relations in 1948. India was one of Hungary’s most important trade partners, and still today tit is continuing  exchange of Hungarian – India students in several fields of education. Also welcomed the cultural and economic relations between India and Hungary.

The Ambassador expressed his thanks to the guests for attending and celebrating this special day together.

The highlight of the evening was followed by the group rendered enchanting India music and dance performances.

After the entertainment program a reception followed having a taste of India’s traditional gastronomy delights.

Update and snaps © Aggie Reiter

ACMA India delegation visited Hungary 2019.

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“A delegation of Automotive Component Manufacturer’s Association (ACMA) visited Hungary on 5th February 2019. During their stay they had a meeting with H.E. Ambassador Kumar Tuhin at the Embassy of India. Then the delegation visited the Hungarian Parliament and had a meeting with Mr. Péter Cseresnyés, President of the Hungarian-Indian Parliamentary Friendship Group, followed by a guided tour in the building. Thereafter, they had a B2B Meeting organized at the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency. On this occasion the delegation also signed a Letter of Intent with the Hungarian Automotive Component Manufacturers Association.” (Embassy News)

A “Networking Seminar” took place at the Budapest’s Marriott Hotel organized by the India Embassy ended the day with the presence of H.E. Ambassador Kumar Tuhin –  Embassy of India, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry for Innovation and Technology – Péter Cseresnyés, Dénes Szabó -Major of Nagykanizsa and a body of 10 professional leaders from Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA). The auto component leaders of tomorrow said the automotive market is witnessing rapid technological transformation, therefore to fulfill further required needs,  their visit is looking for technological whereabouts, where both countries can implement. At the meeting was present the major of Nagykanizsa, who talked about the possibilities and the intellectual capacities of the region.  It was also said by president of ACMA Mr.Ram Venkataramami their study visit to Hungary is mainly collecting market data and the whereabouts in the territory of Hungary to assess the possibilities to establish a base for ACMA here in Central Europe where in the future production of the required components are feasible. Also added that in Hungary, Poland and Slovakia gaining overall information will be forward to the 633 members to the association and they will evaluate and decide on the future. It was also said to keep in mind that in a little over a decade or two from now digital technologies will make up hold the value of an automobile. Mechanical complements will give way to electrical, electronic and digital systems presenting new opportunities to both incumbents firms and new entrants. The consumer will ultimately benefit with a range of choices hitherto unseen in the industry…Exciting times are ahead.

Beside visiting Hungary, the group had visited in the same theme Poland and will head from Hungary to Slovakia to assess the opportunities.

Update and snaps Aggie Reiter

The 4th International Day of Yoga and 3rd Ganga-Danube: Cultural Festival of India

June, 23 till 24 2018.

The 4th International Day of Yoga & 3rd Ganga-Danube: Cultural Festival of India is coming up again thanks to the awesome support, initiative by Indian Embassy in Hungary.

On June 21, we celebrate International Yoga Day worldwide.

The following the successes of the past three years, the Hungarian Embassy in India working together with local prominent yoga schools with different programs to draw attention to the health conscious life style among the people who follow India’s traditions, all the arts, both in the field of ancient healing.

The festival will be rolling in throughout 21 cities in Hungary! It will be a Week-End full of Yoga, Indian Dance, Music, Food, Henna and much more! Do not be surprised in the cities below when hearing traditional music from India.

Here are the cities to join Enjoy – Yoga: Saturday, June, 23. at the Margaret Island Athletic Center (Margitszigeti Atlétikai Centrum) – Budapest. Outside the Capital same timing at different cities from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. may join the Yoga Festival at the following venues: Alsóörs, Balatonfüred, Békécsaba, Eger, Esztergom, Kecskemét, Miskolc, Nagykanizsa, Nagykőrös, Nyíregyháza, Somogyvámos (Krisna Valley), Sopron, Szeged, Szentendre, Veszprém and Zalakaros.

Sunday,  June, 24.,  the Yoga goes on at  the cities of: Pécs, Sárvár, Debrecen and Győr during: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

During this year’s holiday series, local yoga schools will showcase the ancient practice of yoga, which has a Common Protocol called Yoga. The program is jointly Ankita Sood yoga expert who worked in the local schools of yoga, who is the Embassy of India, Yoga expert delegate to Budapest.

The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) will send two ensemble this year’s festival; 10-member Namame Gange Bharatnatyam Society and 10-member Manipuri Folk Dance Group.

NamameGange Bharatnatyam dance troupe perform a dramatic choreography of India’s holiest river, the Ganges what has been revered as sacred since ancient times and is culturally dominant for the whole of India. The topic of the lecture India and Hungary symbolic cultural integration via the two rivers, the Danube and the historic holy Ganges.

Manipuri folk dance group – Cholet Pung, which is a big artistic rarities and specially choreographed stage show. This is the first time that North East India folk dance group coming to Hungary.

Music and dance programs, public yoga classes will be organized by the Indian Embassy of the aforementioned cities across the country. There will be Bollywood film screenings as well. Indian art in high levels experienced Hungarian artists are also included in the series of programs

To participate at any of the a/m cities is free of charge. Everyone who already practise Yoga and the newcomers, interested in the India traditional culture are more than welcome.

Update Aggie Reiter