Shukran Kuwait

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Kuwait is a peaceful and growing country and it’s relations with India are strong and very old dating back to 1960’s. Currently, Kuwait exports dates,petroleum products like gasoline,L.P.G etc.to India and India is among the largest trade partners of Kuwait. Until 1961,Indian rupee was also used as a legal tender in Kuwait. The people of Kuwait also like to visit India to see famous monuments like the Taj Mahal,Red Fort etc.as well as places rich in scenic beauty like Kerala. Many Indians come to Kuwait to work,do business and earn a livelihood as Kuwait provides ample opportunities for personal and professional growth and development being one of the strongest and growing economies of the world.

Kuwait also has a rich cultural heritage and is a peace loving country.It allows all the Indians to lead an independent and peaceful life. There has always been a tremendous mutual respect between the Indians and people of Kuwait which enables them to co-exist beautifully. Kuwaiti festivals like Eid,liberation day,Islamic new year, hala february etc. have always been celebrated with great fervour and joy by the Indian community as well. Also the Kuwaiti cuisine has always tickled the taste buds of Indians . The shawarma is a popular street food among Indians. Along with this, machboos ,kuboos and hummus etc.are some of the popular Kuwaiti delicacies relished by the Indians.

Not only this, the Indian schools in Kuwait teach arabic as well as Kuwait culture and history to it’s students which highlights the deep impact, respect and importance of Kuwaiti culture on Indians living here.

Kuwait has been a source of self reliance, financial impetus as well as a safe home away from home for all the Indians staying here. The gratitude of Indian community towards Kuwait is seen by the fabulous services provided by them in various sectors to the people of Kuwait and being an active part of Kuwait’s growth and development.

I wish that the relation between Kuwait and India always remain cordial and friendly in many more years to come.







Agastya Sabarad, Grade 3 Amber, New Gulf Indian School



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Agastya Sabarad, Grade 3 Amber, New Gulf Indian School
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Soniya
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Super amazing article,very good job??

Soniya
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Such an super amazing article?? Keep up the great hard work ????

Ashraf Jahangir
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Beautiful article from such a young child. It gives good all round information about Indians in Kuwait and life in Kuwait in general.

God bless you ??

binil
Monday, February 24, 2020
Very nice keep it up

Dr shajahan
Monday, February 24, 2020
Very true agasthya
Like you many Indian including me feels
Shukran kuwait
Good article
Keep posting

Akhilesh
Monday, February 24, 2020
Very nice!

Dr R M Joshi
Monday, February 24, 2020
India-Kuwait friendly ties are vividly presented. Besides social, cultural and economic similarities and understandings, both the countries are peace - loving and hence the relationship will be ever lasting.

Kranthi
Monday, February 24, 2020
Nice super

Dr Prabhuraj
Monday, February 24, 2020
Dear Agastya,
I am very happy, that your article, has been published. The facts about Indo-kuwait relations, life of the Indian expatriates, in Kuwait, is very well presented, in this article. It's worth reading, indeed.
Regards

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