India Festival To Showcase Its Diverse Culture To Be Held In Liberia, Cote  D’ivoire  And Guinea


Tribal folk dance – Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh

New Delhi, Aug 22: A Festival of India is being organized in Cote d’Ivoire and concurrently accredited countries of Liberia and Guinea from 15 August, 2017 – 28 January, 2018. The Festival will showcase diverse Indian culture, i.e. classical and folk dances.

The events will be held in four cities of Cote d’Ivoire, namely, Abidjan, Yamassoukro and Grand Bassam and Daloa and capital cities of Monrovia of Liberia and Conakry of Guinea. Following events will be showcased:-

Activities of the group include: the Bharatnatyam Dance Group led by D. Bhavani Shankar (15-16 August, 2017),  Mohiniattam Dance Group led by Aswathy Nair (22-25 September, 2017) – The group will also perform in Monrovia, Liberia, Folk Dance of Arunachal Pradesh Rinchin Droma (27-30 October, 2017) – The group will also perform in Conakry, Guinea and Manipuri Dance Group led by B. Sanjita Devi (26-28 January, 2018).

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