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The holiday is linked with the adoption of India's constitution on 26 January 1950, visit.kaunas.lt writes.
Kaunas invites to celebrate Day of the Republic of India
© Valdas Mikalauskas

On Saturday, January 25, Kaunas Picture Gallery (K. Donelaičio g. 16) invites everyone to celebrate the Day of the Republic of India, which is linked with the adoption of the country’s constitution on 26 January 1950.

The event will begin at 1 pm with the music and dance of India. Giriprakash Das Roshini, a student at the Kaunas University of Technology, will tell a story about India, its history, culture, society and family traditions. She will be ready to answer all the questions about this country. The discourse will go along with the video show.

Until 4:30 pm, a special “Small India” stand at the gallery will present fragments of beauty and adornments of India. You will be offered an opportunity to taste traditional Indian dishes and snacks, and acquire genuine Indian spices that have been brought from this country.

At creative workshops, you will get a chance to draw traditional Indian ornaments on your hands and faces applying natural paint. Students from India will be ready to help you acquaint with the exotic art each ornament of which has a symbolic meaning.

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