By: ABP News Bureau | Updated at : 17 Aug 2022 05:00 PM (IST)
Indian flag projected on to the fountains at Tashkent City Park. ( Image Source : Getty )
New Delhi: The Indian embassy in Uzbekistan, on Tuesday, shared a video on Twitter from Tashkent, where the tricolour was projected onto the Tashkent City Park fountains with the national anthem playing in the background. The light and sound show programme organised to mark the 76th Independence Day celebrations mesmerised the huge crowd gathered to celebrate the event.
Indian tricolour was projected onto the Tashkent City Park fountains to the huge applause of the crowd at the finale of the 76th Independence Day celebrations in Uzbekistan.@MEAIndia @IndianDiplomacy @MinOfCultureGoI @PIB_India @DD_Bharati @iccr_hq #IDAY2022 #IndiaAt75 pic.twitter.com/tIXmtAmUWk
Independence Day celebrations in Tashkent started with the flag hoisting at the Indian Embassy by ambassador Manish Prabhat. Several Indian nationals living in the city came to attend the ceremony and show their love for the country.
Embassy of India celebrated the 75th anniv of #Independence day. 🇮🇳#Tricolour was unfurled by Amb @manishprabhat06. A large number of Indian diaspora in Tashkent and Friends of 🇮🇳 in Uzbekistan attended. A grand cultural programme is being presented this evening.#IDAY2022 #IndiaAt75 pic.twitter.com/QM5W9bZHRl
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Later a cultural programme was organised at the Tashkent City Park, where distinguished scholars were given awards by the ambassador.
Grande Celebration of Independence Day of the Republic of India was held in the evening in Tashkent City Park with the support of India Club in Tashkent. Distinguished Scholars were awarded by Ambassador Manish Prabhat during the celebration. @iccr_hq @amb_tashkent pic.twitter.com/YLLwAuiZY5
This was followed by performances organised by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) with the support of the India Club in Tashkent. ICCR in collaboration with the students of Lal Bahadur Shastri Centre for Indian Culture also performed Kathak dance and yoga.
LBSCIC Kathak Dance and Yoga students, members of ICT and Havas Group made great performance on the occasion.@amb_tashkent @iccr_hq #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav pic.twitter.com/zClE12IGAm
At the finale, the Indian song “Maa Tujhe Salam” and the national anthem “Jana Gana Mana” were played. Thousands of people including locals had gathered to watch the show.
Audience were completely mesmerised by the show during the event.#IDAY2022 #IndiaAt75 #AmritMahotsav #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav@MEAIndia @IndianDiplomacy @AmritMahotsav @MinOfCultureGoI @M_Lekhi https://t.co/5jiWiaSQlg
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