New Delhi.Cultural relations between India and Russia will be further strengthened. An important step has been taken in the direction of strengthening it. Lee Rhythm, one of the prestigious cultural organizations of India, has signed two separate MoUs with cultural institutions of Russia to strengthen the relationship.
On the 75th anniversary of India's independence being celebrated as Amrit Mahotsav, this initiative has been taken to ensure cultural exchange programs and joint skill development training programs on art and culture. Lee Rhythm and Indian Business Alliance (IBA) have signed two separate MoUs on MoU with Indian National Cultural Centre, Russia, and Nritya Sabha in Moscow.
Both these organizations will work to promote the cultural activities of India in Russia.IBA and Indian National Cultural Center of Russia President Sammy Kotwani signed the MoU. Rini Mukherjee thanked Lee Rhythm's mentor and advisor Dr. Mulay for his support and contribution to this initiative.
IBA and Indian National Cultural Center of Russia President Sammy Kotwani signed the MoU. Rini Mukherjee thanked Lee Rhythm's mentor and advisor Dr. Mulay for his support and contribution to this initiative.
Efforts to build a cultural bridge between India-Russia
IBA has been promoting ties of global business, cultural and social exchange for the past two decades. This was the original idea of Dr. Daneshwar Mulay, a member of the National Human Rights Commission, former secretary, and appointed as the first secretary of India from 1992 to 1995 in Moscow.
Dr. Mulay has mentioned, “I am very pleased that Lee Rhythm and IBA are also working with other organizations to build a cultural bridge between India and Russia. We are two cultural superpowers. Together we will be able to contribute to the better collective future of mankind with peace and happiness.
The activities of the two countries will be presented in Moscow and Las Vegas next year,
the founder and trustee of Lee Rhythm living in CR Park, Delhi, and renowned singer Rini Mukherjee told that depending on the situation of Corona, the plan for the first program between India and Russia Formed between 21-22 May 2022 at the Moscow Concert Hall located on Klanachevskaya Street in Moscow.
Lee Rhythm will perform at NABC 2022 in Las Vegas in July 2022. Rini, the current Director-General of ICCR, Dinesh K. Appreciating Patnaik, said that he has always guided and encouraged Indian artists and institutions.
Sammy Kotwani, President of IBA and Indian National Cultural Center of Russia said that we are very excited to sign MoU with Lee Rhythm, one of India's leading cultural institutions.