New Delhi: The connoisseurs of the national capital have reasons to smile as the Indian Council for Cultural Relations organized a six-day landmark Photo-Exhibition entitled "Traces of Indian Culture in Vietnam" by renowned writer Geetesh Sharma at Azad Bhawan.

The Photo-Exhibition was inaugurated by Ms Anita Nair, Deputy Director-General, ICCR on 8th February 2013 at 6.30 pm. The exhibition drew huge crowds from all walks of life journalists, writers, social activists and others.

The visitors were highly impressed and amazed to see such an ancient evidence of Cham Culture (Hindu) in Vietnam. The exhibition will continue to remain open at ICCR till 13th February 2013.

Talking to Jagran Post, Geetesh Sharma said, “The exhibited photographs of the various Hindu deities recovered through various excavations from the different sites of ancient temples from Central Vietnam ruins are a witness of our age old relations.”

This exhibition is a milestone endeavour in further strenghtening people to people relations between India and Vietnam and brings them closer, Sharma added.

People of India are clueless about this historical aspect and this exhibition, first of its kind, will enlighten Indians about the Indo-Vietnam relations, informed the renowned writer.

Amar Kumar Sharma/JPN

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