In the library held photo exhibition «Amazing India: enchant pluralistic culture», which will illustrate Indian culture, historical heritage, festivals etc.
Photo exhibition is a part of celebration «Days of India in Nur-Sultan», which will hold from 16 till 19 August 2019 in Nur-Sultan. The exhibition will include four main sections as:
1. «Festivals of India»
2. «Objects of cultural heritage of India»
3. «Wild nature of India»
4. «Future wives of India »
The exhibition will hold from 16 till 19 August 2019 in the National academic library from 09.00 am till 06.00 pm.
Indian subcontinent was a homeland for urban civilization of Indus valley in the third millennium B.C. In the next millennium it was started to compose very ancient writings, linked with Hinduism. In the first millennium B.C. appeared Buddhism and Jainism. Early political consolidations took place during the empires Mauria and Gupta; more later Medieval Kingdoms made impact to the cultures till the South-East Asia. In the Middle Ages came Judaism, Zoroastrism, Christianity and Islam, appeared Sikhism, which was added to the various culture of region.
August 15 – Independence Day of India.
In the middle of XVIII century subcontinent came under the control of British East India Company, and in XIX century under the control of British crown. National movement appeared in the end of XIX century, which afterwards during the ruling of Mahatma Gandhi, was noted by nonviolent counteraction and led to the Independence of India in 1947.