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PROGRAMME: 6th India by the Nile festival in Cairo, Alexandria, Port Said

India by the Nile, a multidisciplinary festival will take place between 6 and 17 March

Ahram Online , Friday 2 Mar 2018
India by the Nile
(Photo: artwork from the promotional material of India by the Nile)
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India by the Nile, a festival showcasing a variety of Indian arts tothe Egyptian audiences, will take its 6th edition to venues in Cairo, Alexandria and Port Said between 6 and 17 March.

India by the Nile is a collaboration between the Indian embassy, the India Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and Team Work Productions India.

The festival brings Egyptian audiences a sample of the many artistic riches of the fascinating country of India, from events showcasing dance performances, music fusions, theatre, workshops, exhibitions as well as a food fiesta and sports activities.

The festival is one of the first and largest events bringing Indian culture to Egypt.

Check the programme below: 

India by the Nile

India by the Nile

This entry was updated on 3 March.
The programme is subject to change.

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