2nd year Hindi students of the Department of the international Relations of RSUH presented a cultural program at the Tagore World Literary Festival "Vishwarang-2020" held in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
22 countries presented their cultural programs at the festival.
His Excellency D. Bala Venkatesh Varma, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Russia, noted the importance of the participation of RSUH students and faculty representing Russia and wished all the participants of the Vishwaranga-2020 festival further creative success.
RSUH sophomores Maria Skorobogatova, Sofia Kiseleva, Amina Mukhametkhanova, Alina Fasakhova, Ekaterina Moskalenko, Alena Plotnikova and Arina Novikova, 1st year MA student, read poems by famous Indian poets in Hindi and talked about their studies during the quarantine.
The event was held online.
The video included in the program was dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and the 125th anniversary of Sergey Yesenin. It was made by the following students of the Art-Design Center: Dina Avanesova, Dina Budyleva, Galina Gurevich, Mgher Dzharagyan, Alina Lapkina, Alexandra Malysheva, Olesya Mareeva, Rimma Petrova, Sophia Sidletskaya, Natalia Palachar, Anna Andronova, Daria Bobyl, Olga Vasilyeva, Maria Gorbatyuk, Marit Karpova, Yulia Litvakova, Lucas Mendez, Maria Cielo, Elvira Suleimanova, Veronica Filimonova, Lina Shlain.
Dr. Indira Gazieva, RSUH Hindi teacher, emphasized the important role the World Literary Festival “Vishwarang-2020” played in furthering cultural cooperation between India and Russia.