There is a need to preserve Indian culture in UK, say community leaders India and the UK are celebrating a year of culture in 2017
There is a need to preserve Indian culture in the UK and make it more inclusive to have a “tolerant” society, experts at a panel discussion here have said. The discussion was held at the Indian Gymkhana yesterday as part of the India and the UK year of culture 2017. Participating in the discussion, Nanda Kumara, executive director of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, the largest cultural institute outside India, said the Bhavan is committed to spread the Indian art and culture and make “life more meaningful.” “We teach 23 subjects including dance, drama, music and yoga under one roof. I consider…
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