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Indian Embassy celebrated Independence Day

IIK Staff Reporter
Thursday, August 15, 2019

Indian Embassy in Kuwait celebrated 73rd Independence Day of India at Embassy premise. Large number of Indians from all walks of life attend the celebration.



73rd Independence Day was celebrated by unfurling of the tri-colour National Flag by Ambassador Mr. K. Jeeva Sagar, the singing of the National Anthem and the reading out of the Hon’ble President’s Address to the Nation.



The event started by garlanding the Mahatma Gandhi Statue by the Ambassador H E K Jeeva Sagar. Various Indian associations participated in the singing of Patriotic songs.

The Muhammadee Scout of Bohra Community band played a variety of marching tunes to the delight of the assembled gathering.



The Ambassador emphasized that India-Kuwait relations have been historically close, warm and friendly. He commended the contribution of the Indian community in Kuwait’s socio-economic development and in nurturing India-Kuwait ties. He extended his warmest greetings to all members of the Indian community in Kuwait.



To mark the occasion, popular Community Portal Indiansinkuwait.com released a special supplement with a collection of articles written by our readers. The special supplement can be read at www.indiansinkuwait.com/IDay/ .
Indiansinkuwait.com also launched a special Quiz competition and Independence Day Greetings contest for the readers.

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zak
Friday, August 16, 2019
@Bajrangi...this is not our country... we cannot beat drums and make parades and blow our car horns and ride a procession on the gulf street... mind it..

SR
Friday, August 16, 2019
Superb cultural program. The folk song ''Sunder subhumi bhaiya Bharat ke deswa'' was heart touching. The song written as early as 1911 competes for national anthem! Best wishes to the presenters.
Brand new message highlighting Chandrayan and new Kashmir was refreshing.

Bajrangi Bhai
Thursday, August 15, 2019
So boring and monotonous .

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