Exhibition inaugurated at Indian Embassy in Brazil
Brasilia [Brazil], Jan 27 (ANI): To mark India's 69th Republic Day, an exhibition has been inaugurated at the Indian Embassy in Brazil.
The exhibition, titled 'Uma Índia, DoisOlhares (One India, Two Views)' by noted Brazilian photographers Armando Correa and Sinisia Coni from Salvador, was inaugurated by charge d'affaires Abhay Kumar.
The exhibition will be on display at the Embassy and open to visitors from 10:00 to 12:30 hours and 14:00 to 17:00 hours from Monday to Friday.
The rich collection of colourful and striking photographs from India presented a fascinating glimpse of Indian culture to guests from both India and Brazil who attended the inauguration, the statement from the embassy read. (ANI)
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