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Indian Cultural Center Director Ramkumar Chakravarthy 한국과 인도의 문화교류 거점, 람쿠마르 씨 인도문화원장 India is a multi-cultural, multiethnic country where diverse languages and religions coexist. The Indian Cultural Center introduces diverse Indian culture to the Korean public. It was founded to promote cultural exchanges between Korea and India. On October 20-November 18, the center will hold the Sarang Festival of India in Seoul, Busan, Seosan, Miryang and Gimhae to publicize Indian culture. Marking its third year, the festival will feature various events related to music, dance, art, cinematography and food. This week on Heart to Heart -- Indian Cultural Center Director Ramkumar Chakravarthy. 다양한 언어와 종교, 민족이 공존하는 다문화 국가, 인도. 한국에서 다양한 인도 문화를 만날 수 있는 곳이 있다. 경제 문화적 교류 전반을 책임지는 인도대사관 인도와 한국 사이의 문화교류의 발판이 ...
A very short but mind blowing speech
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The Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) in Kathmandu was launched in 2008 with the objective to enforce the cultural ties between India and Nepal which share several cultural, historical, linguistic and literary similarities. It is among many such Centres and sub-Centres worldwide which are run by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. ICC Kathmandu started its activities from its venture at Sita Bhawan, Balmandir, Naxal from July 01, 2009. At present, Indian Cultural Centre has introduced classes in: 1) Classical Hindustani Vocal Music, 2) Tabla, 3) Yoga, and 4) Bharatnatyam Dance All four classes are run by dedicated India--Based teachers. We have been collecting nominal tuition fees to file-out students genuinely interested in the...
A Republic Day 2012 cultural programme was organised by the Indian Cultural Centre which functions under the aegis of the Embassy of India, Doha. A large number of Indian community organisations and Indian schools participated and presented colourful programmes. Smt. Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa, Ambassador of India, presided over the function.
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The India Expedition Centre (IEC) is my final year Undergraduate Architectural Design Thesis Project. A Museum of Indian Culture, History and Science. The location of this project is in Vasant Kunj, Institutional Area, New Delhi, India. The idea came from the type of exhibits in the museum; it is supposed to be a museum to depict India Culture, History and Science. Indian Historical Science related to human Bodies: 7 Chakras of human body (Chakra System) Each Chakra has its own element, [namely; Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space, Light, Thought]. The museum is dividied into 7 exhibitions and each exhibition is developed considering the element it belongs to. In the process a deep though is given to Experience of the user.
Indian Cultural Center Director Ramkumar Chakravarthy / 한국과 인도의 문화교류 거점, 람쿠마르 씨 인도문화원장 India is a multi-cultural, multiethnic country where diverse languages and religions coexist. The Indian Cultural Center introduces diverse Indian culture to the Korean public. It was founded to promote cultural exchanges between Korea and India. On October 20-November 18, the center will hold the Sarang Festival of India in Seoul, Busan, Seosan, Miryang and Gimhae to publicize Indian culture. Marking its third year, the festival will feature various events related to music, dance, art, cinematography and food. This week on Heart to Heart -- Indian Cultural Center Director Ramkumar Chakravarthy. 다양한 언어와 종교, 민족이 공존하는 다문화 국가, 인도. 한국에서 다양한 인도 문화를 만날 수 있는 곳이 있다. 경제 문화적 교류 전반을 책임지는 인도대사관 인도와 한국 사이의 문화교류의 발판...
The Indian Cultural Centre in Seoul is the Cultural Wing of the Embassy of India. It provides a window into the rich culture and diversity of Indian traditions for all friends of India who want to experience India's composite culture. While in Seoul recently DD News visited the Indian Cultural Centre. It promotes people-to-people exchanges between the people of South Korea and India
Korea Cultural Centre, India's 3rd Anniversary celebration was graced with the presence of our K supporters who were honored with the title, rightfully so. Minister of Parliament, Dr. Udit Raj gave a heartwarming speech, which was followed by a certificate ceremony for our honorable K supporters. Piano, kpop and taekwondo performances enthralled us. And our celebration ended with a cake cutting ceremony.
The Gurudev Tagore Indian Cultural Center (GTICC) of the Embassy of India in Mexico organised a concert on 12 August 2013 featuring scintillating Indian dance & music performances, to celebrate the 67th Independence Day of India (15 August 2013). Ambassador Sujan R.Chinoy attended as Chief Guest and Mrs.Vidya Chinoy presented bouquets to the artistes at the end of the function. The concert featured Mariana Flores (Mohiniattam), Sak-Nikte Romero (Odissi), Patricia Torres (Bharat Natyam), Hollving Argaez (Sitar) & Illyas Khan (Tabla), all teachers at the GTICC. Manuel Sauceverde played the Tanpura & the Dilruba.
Jamia Alumni Forum organised a public meeting on ' Growing Intolerance and Radicalization -- Healing with our Composite Culture' at India Islamic Cultural Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Shehla Rashid, Prof. Apoorvanand, Prof. Manoj Jha, Alka Lamba, Murshid Kamal, Kunwar Danish Ali, Akhtarul Islam were among the speakers. Aug 17 2017, Thursday from 5:30 p.m.
A Diwali celebration was organised at the Indian cultural Centre in Hanoi on 27 October 2017 with the participation of around 1000 Vietnamese who had an opportunity for Indian cultural immersion through various cultural activities such as saree draping, cookery show, food tasting, rangoli, mehndi and entertainment.