Shukran Kuwait

Posted on 1/27/2019

“Where we love is home - home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts" This is quite true for many of us that live in the fruitful land of the Gulf - Kuwait. I use this platform to express my immense gratitude to this prosperous nation for its hospitality and care.

India and Kuwait enjoy traditionally friendly relations, rooted in history and have stood the test of time - Geographic proximity, historical trade links, cultural affinities and presence of large number of Indian nationals in Kuwait continue to sustain and nurture this long standing relationship. The relationship between India and Kuwait is not restricted to just trade, there is an exchange of cultures, emotions and ideas, and above all, there is a feeling of patriotism exhibited by citizens and expats.

Kuwait's national day is celebrated on February 25. National day marks the emergence of Kuwait from Ottoman rule and its transformation into an independent country. The national holiday celebrated on February 26 marks the liberation of Kuwait via Operation Desert Storm at the end of the First Gulf War. Patriotism is shown by rejoicing in street parades, dancing and the joyous waving of the flag.

The National and Liberation day brings everyone together within a shared feeling of patriotism, and that is what that has been maintaining the age-long relations. I wish more prosperity and wealth to this wonderful nation. To a country that has given us so much,
Shukran Kuwait.






Shereen Matli Shajahan, X-A, Kuwait Indian School



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Shereen Matli Shajahan, X-A, Kuwait Indian School



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