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Indo-Kuwait Cultural Fest illuminates New Gulf Indian School on February 22

Organized by NGIS to honor the enduring bond between India and Kuwait, the event showcased a rich tapestry of music, dance, and theatrical performances, reflecting the cultural vibrancy of both nations

The Indo-Kuwait Cultural Fest at New Gulf Indian School (NGIS) on February 22 was a vibrant celebration of diversity and unity.

Organized by NGIS to honor the enduring bond between India and Kuwait, the event showcased a rich tapestry of music, dance, and theatrical performances, reflecting the cultural vibrancy of both nations.

Mrs. Ambika Sreekumar, the vice principal, delivered a heartfelt welcome speech, setting the perfect tone for the evening’s festivities. From the soul-stirring Quran recitation to the mesmerizing performances by the NGIS Band, attendees were immersed in a captivating array of cultural delights.

Mr. Sreekumar, Manager of Al Faisal Education Trust, graced the event as the chief guest, underscoring its significance. The program showcased a diverse range of performances, from skits to subject-specific demonstrations, spotlighting the students’ talents and creativity.

Mr. Anoopkumar Sharma, the principal, delivered the annual report, while the vote of thanks added depth and appreciation to the event, leaving a lasting impression on all attendees. Overall, the cultural fest beautifully captured the essence of both the nations, fostering cultural harmony and unity.



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