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UPCOMMING EVENTS

17 August 2017- The Third Summer Concert will be organized by the JNCC, in Ambassador’s garden, Embassy of India.

18-19 August- Indian Film Festival will be celebrated in Karo Movie theatre, Moscow.

24 August 2017- The Fourth Summer Concert will be organized by the JNCC, in Ambassador’s garden, Embassy of India.

26 August 2017- JNCC will organize the cultural performances by the JNCC artists during the ‘Indian Summer Bazar’ in Embassy of India.

26 - 27 August 2017- ‘Days of Indian Culture’ in Kursk is proposed to be organized. JNCC artists will perform in the event.

2 - 3 September 2017- ‘Days of Indian Culture’ in Samara is proposed to be organized. JNCC artists will perform in the event.

7 September 2017- ‘Yoga Sandhya’ (an evening dedicated to Yoga) will be organized by JNCC in D P Dhar hall, Embassy of India. JNCC yoga teacher and his team will perform in the event.

7 September 2017- Inthe series of ‘Namaste Russia’ festival, the ‘Indian Ocean fusion band’ will perform at Central City Square, Vladivostok. 

9 September 2017- Inthe series of ‘Namaste Russia’ festival, the Indian Ocean fusion band will perform in Moscow.

16-17 September 2017- Days of Indian Culture’ in Kaliningrad is proposed to be organized. JNCC artists will perform in the event.

 

21 September 2017- ‘Nritya Sandhya’ (an evening dedicated to Indian dance) will be organized by JNCC in D P Dhar hall, Embassy pf India. JNCC dance teacher Maestro Dharmender Gautam and his team will perform in the event.

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India-Russia Cultural Relations

There is a strong tradition of Indian studies in Russia. Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre at the Embassy of India, Moscow (JNCC) maintains close cooperation with leading Russian institutions, including the Institute of Philosophy (Moscow); Russian State University for Humanities(Moscow); Institute of Oriental Studies(Moscow); Institute of Asian and African Studies at the Moscow State University; School of International Relations at the St. Petersburg University; Institute of Oriental Manuscripts (St Petersburg); Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology & Ethnography (Kunstkamera)- St Petersburg; Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok);and Russian Institute for Cultural Research (Krasnodar). There is a Mahatma Gandhi Chair on Indian Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy, Moscow. About 20 Russian Institutions, including leading universities and schools, regularly teach Hindi to 1500 Russian students. Apart from Hindi, languages such as Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu, Sanskrit and Pali are taught in Russian Institutions. There is general interest among Russian people in Indian dance, music, Yoga and Ayurveda. JNCC conducts classes in yoga, dance, music and Hindi for approximately 500 students every month. 

There are regular cultural initiatives to promote people-to-people contacts between India and Russia, including reciprocal Years of each others’ culture. The President of India inaugurated the Year of Indian Culture ‘Namaste Russia’ in Moscow on 10 May 2015. About 15 performances in 8 cities were held as part of ‘Namaste Russia’ across various parts of Russia over 2015. The Embassy with support from regional governments organized week-long celebrations marking the second International Day of Yoga (IDY) covering 70 regions spanning 11 time zones and involving over 50,000 Yoga enthusiasts.

Teachers Profile

Dr Meenu Sharma

Dr. Meenu Sharma teaches Hindi language in Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre, Moscow. She also teaches as a guest professor of Hindi, in different universities in Moscow. She is a Ph.D. in Hindi and has worked as a senior lecturer of Hindi in the directorate of education Delhi.  

Dr. Meenu Sharma is a writer, poet and anchor of Hindi. Her poems and articles have been published in newspapers. She has been a member of the jury in many national and international competitions related to Hindi language. She has worked with national television Doordarshan, and has also featured on Moscow 24 TV channel.

She has received several awards for her work in Hindi and Hindi teaching, including the ‘Best Hindi Teacher Award’ by the Directorate of Education, Delhi. 

She is a member and adviser of Hindi club ‘Hindi Sabha’ Moscow.

Maestro Gulfam Sabri 

Maestro Gulfam Sabri belongs to a distinguished lineage of traditional Musicians of the country. He learnt Hindustani Classical Vocal Music and the Tabla (Indian musical Instrument) from the eminent Gurus. 

The Maestro has proven himself as multi-talented artist and is committed to popularizing the classical Indian music art forms. He has also worked with many Indian classical musicians and Dancers. Maestro Gulfam Sabri has received several awards for his extensive work in the field of music. 

Over the years, Maestro has performed at many concerts and festivals organized by Indian Council of Cultural Relations and others. He has been regularly performing in concerts across the USA, Canada, Europe, Africa, Australia, and South East Asia and in India. 

Maestro Gulfam Sabri also does educational work in music and its various aspects. He has given numerous lectures & demonstrations in various academies, including the Griffith University Queensland conservatorium (Australia), Sibelius Academy (Finland), School with special needs in the United Kingdom and South Korea, etc. In collaboration with symphony Hall (Birmingham, UK), Maestro Gulfam Sabri has held a series of workshops on the finer nuances of Indian music. 

He presently teaches Indian Music in Jawaharlal Nehru Culture Centre (JNCC) in Moscow, Russia.  

Manish Vardhan 

Mr. Manish Vardhan is a Post Graduate in Yoga. He has been practicing and teaching Yoga since last 17 years. 

He has worked as a yoga instructor and yoga workshop organizer. He has worked extensively throughout India for organizing yoga workshops for various organizations. He has also participated in numbers of yoga related events as a guest lecturer in India and Russia. He has featured on TV in a yoga related show in India. 

He is a recipient of several awards and acknowledgements for his work. 

He presently teaches yoga in Jawaharlal Nehru Culture Centre (JNCC) in Moscow, Russia. He also teaches yoga in Russian Universities as a guest teacher.

 

Maestro Dharmender Gautam 

Maestro Dharmender Gautam is a Kathak dance teacher in JNCC, He is a Kathak graduate from Kathak Kendra, National Institute of Kathak Dance, New Delhi. In addition to graduation, he received Kathak dance training from eminent Kathak Gurus.

Over the years, he has performed in various dance events in many countries, including Germany, UK, Singapore, China, Sri Lanka, Japan, Nepal and Bangladesh,

 He has participated in many Festivals and Conferences, including opening ceremonies of SAARC conference and the Commonwealth Games.

He has done extensive choreographic work also, with various dance Gurus.

He also learned Kalaripayattu (a style of martial art), and plays Pakawaj (an Indian musical instrument).

 

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