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PROGRAMME: 7th India by the Nile festival

The festival takes place between 5 and 17 March in Cairo, Alexandria and Port Said

Ahram Online , Wednesday 6 Mar 2019
India by the Nile
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Throughout the past years, India by the Nile has become the biggest regular international festival held in Egypt with an aim of showcasing India's art and culture to the local audiences.

Throughout the many editions, India by the Nile provided the audiences a keen flavour of India’s spirited aesthetic traditions while strengthening artistic collaborations and bilateral ties between the two countries.

The festival's seventh edition comes with an interesting assortment of art formats -- music, dance, film screenings, puppet theatre, workshops -- in addition to yoga seminars, a taste of cuisine and discussions around the India-Egypt business relations.

Check the below programme for more details:

India by the Nile

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