In the Indian cultural center named after Lal Bahodur Shastri in Tashkent it was held a traditional show-contest and exhibition “India through the eyes of young artists of Uzbekistan”. The event was organized by Friendship Society “Uzbekistan-India” with the assistance of the Embassy of India in our country.
Chairman of the Society of Friendship “Uzbekistan-India”, President of the Academy of Sciences Shavkat Salikhov, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of India in our country Doraiswami Vikram Kumar and others noted that the relations between Uzbekistan and India are based on the solid foundation of historical and cultural heritage, the principles of friendship and mutual interests. Cooperation between our countries has been developing and strengthening in all spheres, including in the field of culture and education.
Objectives of the competition “India through the eyes of young artists of Uzbekistan”, which is held for the third time, focused on the development and expansion of cultural and educational ties between the two countries. Interest in this event is growing every year. This year, more than 700 works have been submitted for the participation in it and more than 50 works of fine and applied art have been selected for the exhibition.
The student of the 39th secondary school of the Bakhta city, Syrdarya region, Abdulaziz Abdullayev won the first place for a series of paintings about the traditions and way of life of the Indian people.