SO RIGHT, ISN'T IT?
16 hours ago
And let me share that the Youth Festival, ie Live Band performances and classical performances are still on in the Central Park of Connaught Place of Delhi.
Hope other Delhites too enjoyed the time, as I did. If you are a Delhite, share your experience.
|So, this is Delhi!|
|This is how the exhibition looked like|
|Well, this was an intersting question asked? "Dilli Kiski ?"|
|Delhi does not really have it's speciality in handicraft items, but is a beautiful fusion of art and hadicrafts from all the States of the India|
|The three faces of Delhi - Old, sarkari and millenium!|
PS - All pics clicked by me for a change!
|winners running with their flags|
The sweetest thing was the medal ceremony. The national anthem of the winning player's country would be played during the medal ceremony and the whole stadium would stand up as a mark of respect (I was touched by this part of the ceremony). Then the angavastram, the chanderi stole given to the winners was also a nice Indian gesture. (Great idea - textile ministry!)
All in all, the show was a success. I think, we Indians accepted it, when the world accepted it! Was it something to do with the guest's satisfaction first thing, or is it that we are always looking towards others for approval?! I still wonder.
Next, I would be bringing the write up of two cultural events I attended and also some brochures, which are for keeps for Delhites!
तुमने एक ही बार वेदना में मुझेजना था माँपर मैं बार बार अपने को जनता हूँऔर मरता हूँपुनः जनता हूँ और पुनः मरता हूँऔर फिर जनता हूँक्योंकि वेदना में मैं अपनी ही माँ हूँ.
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