As part of the ongoing celebration of the 70th Anniversary of India's Independence, the Indian Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Kathmandu showcased “Magic Show” titled “World Heritage Sites in India” on 30th October. The Magic Show is supported by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and sponsored by TATA motors-Kathmandu and Jain Mahila Mandal-Kathmandu.
A famous illusionist Prof. B. Kamesh mesmerized audiences, especially children from all walks of life, with tricks and magic. Prof. B. Kamesh the founder of the Indrajal Cultural Foundation took the audiences along a virtual tour of the heritage sites in India by making use of the Art of Magic as powerful tools of communication.
According to a press release by Indian Culture Center, another performance, in association with Kathmandu University, is being held at C.V. Raman Auditorium, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel on 31st October.
As close neighbors, India and Nepal share a unique relationship of friendship and cooperation characterized by deeply rooted people-to-people contacts of kinship and culture. Indian culture and its performing art forms have enjoyed love and appreciation across Nepal over the centuries.
The affection of Nepali people towards India are immensely treasured in India. The backbone of this special and privileged partnership is the friendship and understanding between peoples of the two countries. It is this cultural bondage that has built solid bridges of friendship and understanding between our two nations.
To this end, this mega illusionist event is an effort of the Indian Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Kathmandu aimed at further cementing our age-old bilateral relations, shared sensibilities, affinities and common cultural values. This event would contribute in enhancing people to people contacts in days ahead.