Cultural exchange bhutan with india

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India-Bhutan Cultural Exchange and Art Camp | CEP

To celebrate the rich heritage of Indian and Bhutanese art and culture and to learn from each other, a group of 10 artists came together in Paro during a five-day art camp that ended Saturday.

Five artists from each country interacted and collaborated on creating works of art.

Cultural exchange bhutan with india

Budding to veteran artists came together to discuss various topics ranging from how they define an art to how can art play a role as a social critic in a society during the last day.

VAST founder, Azha Kama, said the art camp is a programme that aims to build cultural awareness and positive cultural relations between the two countries by providing a common platform for artists to come together, interact, inspire each other and expand the scope of their own art form.

The organisers said that India and Bhutan share a cultural lineage and that this programme is also a great opportunity for the artists to rediscover a shared history and a chance to work upon a shared vision for the future.

June India-Bhutan Cultural Exchange and Art Camp in Paro, Bhutan | CEP

The artwork they produce could further be used as inspiration for aspiring artists and also serve as an example for bilateral efforts in the field of arts, Azha Kama said.

The cultural exchange programme will continue in India next month with the same artists from the two countries.The India-Bhutan Cultural Exchange and Art Camp is a unique platform for artists of India and Bhutan to learn about each other’s culture through interaction and artistic collaboration over the span of ten days in each other’s country; first five days in Bhutan and the other five in India.

Youth For Understanding (YFU) India is an international organization that helps to prepare young people from India and abroad for this fast-changing world through the .

Cultural exchange bhutan with india

Youth For Understanding (YFU) India is an international organization that helps to prepare young people from India and abroad for this fast-changing world through the experience of international cultural exchange. India re-negotiated the treaty with Bhutan and signed a new treaty of friendship in The new treaty replaced the provision requiring Bhutan to take India's guidance on foreign policy with broader sovereignty and not require Bhutan to obtain India's permission over arms imports.

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INDIA-BHUTAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE AND ART CAMP. The India-Bhutan Cultural Exchange and Art Camp is a unique platform for artists of India and Bhutan to learn about each other’s culture through interaction and artistic collaboration over the span of ten days in each other’s country; first five days in Bhutan and the other five in India.

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