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Egyptian kids awarded for Indian painting competition

Press Trust of India  |  Cairo 

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Around 4,500 children from 437 schools took part in the annual 'Glimpses of India' painting competition organised by the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture here.

Singer Iman El Bahr Darwish was the guest of honour at the event on Thursday that was also attended by Camellia Sobhi, the First Undersecretary, Ministry of Culture and Mohamed Naguib El Babli, Art Education Counselor, Ministry of Education.

  

Egyptian kids awarded for Indian painting competition

Over 100 Egyptian children who participated in a painting competition to commemorate the birthdays of Mahatma Gandhi, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Jawaharlal Nehru, have been awarded.

Around 4,500 children from 437 schools took part in the annual 'Glimpses of India' painting competition organised by the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture here.

Singer Iman El Bahr Darwish was the guest of honour at the event on Thursday that was also attended by Camellia Sobhi, the First Undersecretary, Ministry of Culture and Mohamed Naguib El Babli, Art Education Counselor, Ministry of Education.

  
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