RSUH jointly with AMRIT Indian Cultural Center, Tarusa Municipality and the Embassy of India in Russia, continue the annual tradition of the Festival of Russian and Indian Culture in Tarusa (Kaluga Region).
The 2nd Festival (“All the Colors of India”) took place June 10, 2017.
RSUH faculty and students participated in the event as well as in the cultural program celebrating the Day of Russia and the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Russia and India.
The Festival was attended by the Ambassador of India, the Head of the Jawaharlal Nehru Center and the First Press Secretary.
RSUH Art-Design Center students put together an exhibition that was dedicated to cities and towns in India. All the pictures were done off photographs and Dr. Volkova said that the Center planned to travel to India and meet with faculty and students of the local art colleges.
The concert program included dances, musical pieces, and the movie “Jolly LLB”
The second part of the Festival took place in the Writers' Club that hosted an exhibition of works by Pragati Tipnis and Alyona Lebedeva followed by the lecture by Dr. Rybakov.