New Delhi: A week full of cultural activities including dance, drama, music, talks were planned by the Embassy of Uzbekistan in India to project the similarities between the culture of two countries.
A grand inauguration function was planned at Pravasi Kendra and few important people were invited to inaugurate the cultural week in the presence of august audience of 300 people from different starta of life by the Ambassador of Uzbekistan to India H.E. Farhod Arziev.
“My trip to Uzbekistan has given me a very clear picture of our relations with Uzbekistan. It was like entering into your home,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios at the opening function. He narrated all his meetings, associations with institutions in Tashkent and progress in the relations.
Dr. Naresh Trehan heart specialist, Anil Shastri son of former Prime Minister of India Late Lal Bahadur Shastri, Manish Prabhat, Joint Secretary-Central Asian Countries Ministry of External Affairs also spoke on the occasion. The guest of honors also released the 4-volume book on Uzbek language by Professor ShahidTasleem of the JamiaMillia University. The event was followed by well-choreographed dances by Uzbek group.