International harmony promoted thru art, PM Prachanda says

Kathmandu, Feb 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that art has promoted international harmony. Concluding the ‘Mundum International Art Exhibition’ here today, the PM said the exhibition has hugely contributed to expanding Nepal’s art and culture at the international level. 

“The arts kept in the exhibition are unique. This promotes international harmony. This is very important to expand Nepal’s arts and culture in the international arena,” PM Prachanda added.

According to the PM’s Secretariat, the PM praised the artists for their contributions to uplifting the nation’s pride through their art. 

Stating that Nepal is a naturally beautiful and unique country, the PM stated that the mountains, rivers, falls and forests here are artistic. The artists transform such beauty in the form of art by giving concrete shapes, the PM added. “I have realized that the message given by this (art) is very much powerful,” the PM said. 

More than 170 paintings of painters from 50 different countries were put on display in the exhibition organised at Nepal Art Council in Kathmandu by Diktel Rupakot Majhuwagadhi Municipality of Khotang district.

The organizer said that the expo was organised to promote tourism by highlighting geographical, religious, cultural and tourism diversities.(RSS)

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