High Commission of India in collaboration with Department of Archeology of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh organised the screening of the documentary film “Chinnapotra: Padma Pare Rabindranath” directed by Dr. Chanchal Khan at Rabindra Kuthibari in Kushtia on On 23 September.
The documentary film is a part of Tagore's extensive body of works and includes the collection of letters that he wrote to his niece Indira Devi during his stay in Kuthibari.
In his address, Pranay Verma stated that Rabindranath Tagore was a visionary whose influence transcends borders and generations. His profound thoughts, poetic brilliance, and artistic endeavors continue to inspire and enrich humanity. His contributions to literature, music, and philosophy have left an indelible mark on the world.
He also appreciated the artists from both India and Bangladesh who participated in the making of the film. The joint effort reflects the shared cultural heritage of our two countries. It is also a reflection of the cultural bonding and the strong people-to-people exchanges which are the hallmark of our partnership.
The event also saw the performance of Rabindra Sangeet by famous Rabindra Sangeet singer and composer Sadi Mohammad.
Selim Altaf George.