Art exhibition - A chance to admire the “unexplored” regions of India


16-April-2018

A special photography exhibition was organised to explore the diverse culture of the Seven States in Northeast India popularly known as ‘The Seven Sisters’ under the theme ‘Paradise Unexplored’.

The exhibition was officially opened last Friday by the Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine Maurice Loustau-Lanne in a small ceremony at the Eden Art Gallery, Eden Island.

“Such exhibition makes you explore the diverse culture of India. This unique and memorable experience is found only in the Northeast of India, with a rich culture. The photography exhibition allows you to journey into the ‘The Seven Sisters’, and visit another culture,” he said.

‘The Seven Sisters’ constitute one of the most beautiful and fascinating places in India. Relatively unexplored, the Northeast India is a land of gripping scenic beauty formed of undulating hills and plains, cascading waterfalls and meandering streams with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna.

The Indian high commissioner to Seychelles, Dr Ausaf Sayeed, added that a lot of regions in India are highly unexplored.

“Most of the regions of India are unexplored by the public; such exhibition will take you on a journey to another diverse part of India. ‘The Seven Sisters’is the most beautiful region you will find in India, it’s a paradise on earth, a place that needs to be explored by the world,” he said.

Northeast India is also considered as one of most culturally diverse regions of the world. It is a land inhabited by more than 200 fascinating tribes speaking many different languages, offering a cultural kaleidoscope, which is a mix of Tiebetan, South-East Asian and East Indian cultures.

Such exhibition will take you on a journey through this enticing region of India and its fabulous diversity, the experience of which will always remain with you.  Explore the unexplored at the Eden Art Gallery, Eden Island!

The exhibition will remain open until April 18, 2018.

The accompanying photographs show guests viewing the exhibition after the official opening ceremony.

 

 

 

 

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