Delhi University : Bharti College hosts G20 summit focused on Indo-Russia relations

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Delhi University Bharti College hosts G20 summit

Delhi University : Bharti College hosts G20 summit focused on Indo-Russia relations

Bharti College, part of the prestigious University of Delhi, hosted an important G20 summit in collaboration with the Council for Culture, University of Delhi.

The central theme of the program revolved around strengthening Indo-Russia relations, and it saw a notable partnership with the Department of Slavonic and Finno-Ugrian Studies within the university.

The summit attracted the attention of a distinguished list of attendees, including the Chief Guest, Professor Shri Prakash Singh, Director, South Campus, University of Delhi and the Guest of Honor, Shri Anoop Lather, Chairman, Steering Committee of the Culture Council and Professor. Ravinder Kumar, Dean of Culture Council.

The summit was not just about discussion and policy. Bharati College also displayed captivating cultural and food exhibitions, which included a rich display of relics, paintings, scriptures, handicrafts and culinary delicacies. These exhibitions beautifully represent the intertwined history, art, culture, traditions and literature of both India and Russia.

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The G20 summit was inaugurated with Vedic chanting and lighting of the lamp. Distinguished Principal of Bharti College, Prof. Saloni Gupta warmly welcomed the dignitaries and presented a series of exciting programs for the day.

Chief Guest Professor Shri Prakash Singh informed the audience about India's Chairmanship within the G20 and emphasized on the motto of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' – the world is one family.

The G20 summit was not just a forum for diplomacy; It also included a variety of dances and cultural performances, including traditional Indian and Russian songs and dances. Highlights included a Kathak performance to the tune of the famous Russian song 'Moscow Nights' and rendition of the Russian folk song 'Katyusha'. A special skit titled 'Om-Bharat Ek Swarnim Yatra' enthralled the audience.

Apart from cultural festivals, Bharti College organized an academic seminar on the topic 'G20 Summit India and Russia – Strengthening Partnership through Business and Career Opportunities'. Special guests including Mr. Shishir Sinha, Associate Editor, Hindu Business Line, and Mr. Victor Gorlikh, Head of Education Cooperation Department at Russian House, provided valuable insights. The seminar was presided over by Professor Sumati Verma, Department of Commerce, Sri Aurobindo College (E), University of Delhi.

The academic seminar highlighted the opportunities available to Indian students in renowned Russian institutions. It also emphasized the enduring friendship between India and Russia, which has played an important role in the economic and socio-cultural development of both countries.

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The summit concluded with a grand closing session, which included addresses by the Chief Guest Ms. Anastasia Grinev, Head of the Department of Economics at the Office of the Trade Representative in the Republic of India, and the Guest of Honor Professor Mamta Sharma, Principal. Aditi College. Delhi University.

The event concluded with a series of captivating performances which included the Russian folk dance 'Porushka Paranya' and songs by the Lada Folk Choir group of the Russian House Foundation as well as a captivating North-Eastern dance performance.

During the vote of thanks, G20 Nodal Officer of Bharti College, Dr. Fatima Hussain expressed her gratitude towards the organizing team and the participating students.

In short, the event was a resounding success, with delegates from both countries celebrating and appreciating the collective efforts of the entire team. The summit served as a testament to the strong and enduring India-Russia relations.

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