The Indian High Commission in Guyana has intensified its efforts to maintain Indian culture in Guyana by visiting and donating instruments to several temples and artistic institutions.

High Commissioner of India, Dr KJ Srinivasa gives instruments to the temples

The High Commissioner, His Excellency, Dr KJ Srinivasa participated in the outreach to Regions Three (Essequibo Island-West Demerara) and Four (Demerara-Mahaica) where the visits spanned to Ruimzeight Sanatan School of Art, De Willem Hindu Temple, Meten – East Vishnu Mandir Meer-Zorg, Zeelught Shiva Mandir, Tuschen South Shiva Mandir and Kailash Yaatra Ashram.
The High Commissioner interacted with the worshipers and members of the different communities. He also provided three harmonies, two sets of tabla drums and one dholak drum.
He also took the opportunity to educate residents about the initiatives undertaken by India including the scholarship program open to all Guyanese.

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