Talk Program on literary and cultural relations

Indian professor highlighted literary and cultural relations in South Asia

Aug. 16, 2013, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol: 07 No. -5 Aug. 9- 2013 (Shrawan 25, 2070)

Indian Embassy and B.P. Koirala India-Nepal Foundation organized fourth edition of Voices, a B.P. Koirala India-Nepal Foundation on Friday.

Professor Chandra Mohan, Advisor at International Higher Education, Central University of Gujrat and the general secretary of Comparative Literature Association of India gave a talk on Literary and Cultural Interrelations in the South Asia.

Professor Chandra Mohan shared his views on south Asian sensibilities and highlighted South Asian civilization and values.“The most fertile civilization in the world is that of South Asia because it has kept its traditions,” he shared adding the importance of interrelationships and connectivity among the South Asian countries.

He concluded, “In the modern times, SAARC is building bridges of cultural connectivity while language plays a vital role in connecting people. Sufi music and Ramayan are popular in the South Asia. South Asian languages have been enriched from the knowledge pool of Sanskrit.”

 

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