Diplomats, Chinese friends celebrate joy of togetherness with Holi colors at Indian Embassy in Beijing

Indian Embassy led by Ambassador Vikram Misri welcomed around 500 foreign guests as they witnessed the joy and fun in a grand show of India’s soft power which became another occasion for India’s diplomatic outreach.

Diplomats from various countries, members from multilateral organizations, Chinese friends from different walks of life and foreign media joined in the Holi celebrations at Indian Embassy in Beijing as they celebrated the joy of togetherness at the festival of colors.

Indian Embassy led by Ambassador Vikram Misri welcomed around 500 foreign guests as they witnessed the joy and fun in a grand show of India’s soft power which became another occasion for India’s diplomatic outreach.

The Indian Embassy in China has been actively promoting the soft power connection with other countries specially between India and China. It held the Diwali festival in Beijing in November 2020, celebrated Vishwa Hindi Diwas in March 2021 along with the launch of [email protected] Chinese fans of Indian superstar Aamir Khan also held his birthday celebration at the embassy premises in March.

AIR correspondent reports that, in a huge diplomatic outreach on a fun filled and joyous holi festival, Ambassador Vikram Misri hosted some 500 guests from diplomatic corps and chinese friends who immersed themselves in the colors of togetherness. The Indian Embassy in China has been actively promoting the soft power connection with other countries specially between India and China. It held the Diwali festival in Beijing in November 2020, celebrated Vishwa Hindi Diwas in March 2021 along with the launch of [email protected] Chinese fans of Indian superstar Aamir Khan also held his birthday celebration at the embassy premises in March.

Professor Jiang Jingkui, Head of Hindi Department at Peking University who was a special guest at Vishwa Hindi Diwas program, is of the opinion that language and cultural events are good examples of the potential exchanges between India and China. He said, the rough phase in the bilateral relations is for a very short period. Both the countries have spent a long time in friendly exchanges and learning from each other throughout history, and cultural exchanges have always played a significant role, he added. In a conversation with Chinese state media, he said that China also needs to learn from India on how to respect, accept and inherit traditional culture in terms of soft power.

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