Muscat: Series of Programmes Scheduled for India's Indenpendence Day

Times of Oman
Muscat, Jul 28:
Come August, and a slew of programmes will wow the Indian community in Oman. The occasion? India’s 63rd Independence Day. The Indian Embassy, Muscat, in association with Light & Shadow Enterprises LLC, has announced a series of events next month, under the theme Colours of Independence 2009.

“After successfully organising the August Festival at the Embassy of India last year, which included performances from artistes across the region and India, Light & Shadow once again intends to bring unique forms of entertainment to Oman,” said Akshay Chowdhary, director, Light & Shadow Enterprises LLC.

The first event, The Exotic Indian Science of Tarot Reading — An Interactive Session with Sunita Menon, is slated for August 2 at the Indian embassy auditorium. Clairvoyant, healer, counsellor, psychic, guide, philosopher and mentor, Menon is a renowned tarot card reader. So, have all your cards on the table for this event! If fashion is your forte, make a beeline for the Indian Rainbow fashion show, where ramp scorchers from India will showcase collections of Indian textiles and cuts from Sulokshana Monga and designer duo Kapil-Monika. The fashion show will be held at the Indian Embassy Lawns on August 11 and in Salalah on August 12.

Lulla will be back

Remember how Neeta Lulla wowed audiences with her designerwear last year? Well, this time around, she will be back with a collection of paintings, titled, Indian Colours — Neeta Lulla’s Painting Exhibition. “Think of Neeta Lulla, and the first thing that comes to mind is fashion. But Neeta is also an artist, and her creative expressions on canvas will be there for all to see,” one of the organisers said. The exhibition will continue from August 15 to 17 at the Indian embassy auditorium, and will then move to Salalah on August 18. The art show will end on August 20.  


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