Doha: 17th Parvasr Bharatiya Divas website launched

Media Release

Doha, Oct 15: On October 13, Indian cultural center organized with the guidance of Embassy of India, a virtual website launch ceremony live for upcoming 17th Parvasr Bharatiya Divas 2023, which will be held at Indore, Madhy Pradesh from January 8-10, 2023.

External affairs minister S Jayasankar, chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, minister of state for external affairs V Muraleedharan participated in the website launch ceremony.

It was witnessed by live by many enthusiastic Indian community leaders and residents, who are keen to attend the grand event, which will be happening in physical form after Pandemic.

T Angeline Premalatha, Chargé d'affaires, Xavier Dhanraj first secretary and ICC coordinating officer, senior community leader PBD awardee, Hassan Choogle, PN BabuRajan ICC president Seenu Pillai past ICC general secretary spoke on the occasion. The speakers recalled experiences of past PBD in Varanasi and Bengaluru. On both occasions, Qatar Indian Diaspora was largest with more than 150 delegates and this time Embassy, ICC and Community leaders committed to cross 200 mark and beyond.

Sudhir Gupta Jt secretary ICC was steering the event, Krishna Kumar Bandhakavi GS ICC briefed about formation of coordinating committee and Subramanya Hebagelu VP ICC expressed vote thanks.


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