India art and culture to be showcased

Indian culture and diversity is showcased at the capital’s buffer zone Home for Cooperation this month with a day of activities, films, music, cookery and a photo exhibition.

The High Commission of India in Cyprus all-day event on Sunday, January 24 offers a yoga session and henna application from 10am followed by documentary films at 1pm on India’s last handwritten newspaper, The Musalman, the art of Mrinolini Sarabhai and the handcrafted Indian sari.

A 5pm concert of Indian classical music will follow a 4pm discourse on multicultural living in the 21st century by Indian High Commissioner Ravi Bangar before a talk on Indian cuisine and a cookery demonstration.

India’s pluralistic culture is featured in photographs by Beroy K Behl and the event winds up with tea and traditional Indian snacks at 7.30pm.

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