Incredible India - a Journey through States presented in Kuwait

An “Incredible India - a Journey through States” presented through a vast variety of dance forms as well as fascinating display of handicrafts was organized under the guidance of Dr. Gargi Jain, Spouse of Indian Ambassador to Kuwait, in the 350-seat Indian Embassy Auditorium on Saturday, 8 November, 2014.

The 16 Indian Schools in Kuwait participated in this mega event. The objective of which is to highlight the rich cultural heritage of India. Number of Indian companies showcased their products, including Malabar Gold, Sanskriti Fashion, Girnar Tea, Rasna Juice, and India Heritage.

The Raffle Draw and the Door prize distribution at this event was done by Spouses of Ambassadors of USA, China, Japan, Russia and UNDP. The first prize in the competition, which was a tie, was bagged jointly by the Indian Community School, Amman Branch and Carmel School, Khaitan. The Second Prize went to the United Indian School, Abbasiya, and the Third Prize to the Gulf Indian School, Fahaheel. The Dance Troupe from Jabriya Indian School, Jabriya had novel participation of students from Lebanon, Iran and Bangladesh, in addition to Indian students. Salmiya Indian Model School entered the competition at a short notice even without a music teacher. The Indian Community School, Junior Branch merited special praise for a splendid performance despite being very young in age. The National Anthems of India and Kuwait were played by the band of the Gulf Indian School.

The event was a stupendous success as it was attended by a wide cross-section of prominent Kuwaiti ladies and other Embassies and International Organizations accredited to Kuwait.

11 November 2014

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