[Video] Artists of Tra Vinh University Exchange in India

From February 12 to 20, a Vietnamese art group from Tra Vinh University went to an Indian locality to participate in state level competition.
February 21, 2023 | 06:11

The Embassy of India in Vietnam has informed that a Vietnamese art group from Tra Vinh University went to Rajim, Chattisgarh, India to participate in state level Ramayan Mandli competition.

The group consists of 12 members who are lecturers, students and artisans from the Tra Vinh province of Vietnam.

In the course of history, the Khmer people in Southern Vietnam and the peoples in Southeast Asia have received and transformed classic literary works of India.

The popularity of the epic Ramayana in Vietnam is highlighted through the cultural activities of the Khmer community, an ethnic group in Southern Vietnam, who received and transformed the epic Ramayana into a literary classic of their own through a new name 'Riềm-kê'.

The cultural stage of Magh Punni Mela in Chatitsgarh welcomed Vietnamese artists with a round of applause. The group performed various episodes from Ramayana and were well received by Indian audiance.

They was overwhelmed by the love and warmth they received from every part of India. The folk dresses/attire and presentation of Ram-Sita Characters were appreciated by all.

Vietnamese artists also feel enriched by watching various form of epic presented by Indian artists. They started for India on February 14 and returned home February 20 morning with lots of pleasant memories to cherish throughout their lives.

Since the establishment of diplomatic ties in 1972 which were upgraded to a strategic partnership in 2007 and then a comprehensive strategic partnership in 2017, the Vietnam – India relations have been growing strongly, and recording great achievements across cooperation pillars such as politics – diplomacy, defence – security, trade- investment, science – technology, culture, and people-to-people exchange.

Last year, the “Vietnam Days in India 2022” programme took place in New Delhi from December 12-14, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties.

Popular artists from India also performed classical dances in Hanoi and some central provinces. The performance was an effort to bring Indian culture and art forms to the audience in Vietnam and is sponsored and facilitated by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi.

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