Indian festival presents unique works -- ambassador.
By Yousef Al-Tatan (with photos)
KUWAIT, Nov 10 (KUNA) -- India Ambassador to Kuwait Ajai Malhotra said
Tuesday the Cultural Festival of India held here presented unique works that
are held for the first time in Kuwait. Malhotra told KUNA that the photography exhibition, held in the sidelines Sidelines
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of the festival, exhibited photographs of Mumbai from the archives of the
Indian Culture Ministry. The exhibition was inaugurated Monday evening with the attendance of
Assistant Secretary General of the National Council of Culture, Arts, and
Letters (NCCAL) Ali Al-Youha. The ambassador said that the festival's activities included a puppet puppet, human or animal figure, generally of a small size and performing on a miniature stage, manipulated by an unseen operator who usually speaks the dialogue. show
that was presented at Discovery mall. He called the Kuwaiti audience to attend cultural Indian music shows that
will begin in the Avenues mall on Tuesday, adding that an art exhibition will
be held at the same place. Bait Al-Sado will present a number of Indian silk textiles and an expert in
henna art will be present there until November 14, he noted. He said that he discussed holding a Kuwaiti cultural festival in India with
Information Minister and Oil Minister Sheikh sheikh
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NCCAL Secretary General Bader Al-Rifai.
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