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Remote, Yet Close India

HE Mr Ajai Malhotra, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of India to Russia

On October 28 in the trading house Biblio-Globus a public function “Remote, Yet Close India” was held. India was always a country of mystery and dream. Books, films, guide-books and albums dedicated to this country are always very popular among shop’s visitors.

The event started with the greeting speech by HE Mr Ajai Malhotra, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of India to Russia. Mr Malhotra told about cultural traditions of his country and about a special respect and veneration of the Roerichs family in India. Mr Malhotra, who had repeatedly visited the Museum named after Nicholas Roerich in Moscow, advised all the participants of the event to follow his example and to visit this Museum.

Ms Helena Sorokina, manager of Biblio-Globus Travel Agency, and Ms Natalia Chekurova, author of the first Russian edition of the “Enciclopedia – Guide-book on India”, told about their travels to this country.

Ms Irina Kotenko and Ms Ekaterina Stolbova informed that the International Centre of the Roerichs issued more than 200 books and albums. These publications that included scientific works and epistolary and philosophical heritage of the Roerichs family give us opportunity to learn more about their life and creativity.

The Artistic Album “Svetoslav Roerich. Indian Art. Articles and Monographs” - a new issue of the ICR was represented to the participants of the event. This issue will be interesting to the wide range of readers, including specialists on Art and Culture. Many articles of the issue including S. Roerich’s monograph “Art of Kullu Valley” have never been published in Russian language before. The issue also includes photos by S. Roerich and miniatures from his private collection. The circulation of this unique issue is 1000 copies only. Even now this Album is considered to be a bibliographical rarity.

The Artistic Album “Svetoslav Roerich. Indian Art. Articles and Monographs”

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