With all due respect to the Sindhu river, we gotta admit that while we've come
across various ways of celebrating anniversaries, we never seem to have seen the
last of the run-out-of-ideas-so-this stuff. We mean, what's the Sindhu river got
to do with the ICCR Gallery's anniversary? We suppose these folks tried hard for
something else that didn't work out, and this was the last contingency.
The Sindhu river, of great religious importance to the Hindus, stands for peaceful co-existence and communal harmony. It is a symbol of our country's identity and civilization. This cradle of Indian civilization finds its most dramatic description in the Rigveda, and is the oldest name in Indian history and geography.
This is an exhibition of photographs of the river, and is being presented in collaboration with the Department of Tourism, the Government of India. It is being conducted to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ICCR.
Please contact Ms Jacob at 324-0035 for further details.