Jawed Ashraf honors fallen Indian soldiers and inaugurates Modern Indian Art at Musée Guime
- Indian Masterminds Bureau
- Published on 27 Oct 2020, 2:58 pm IST
- 1 minute read
Indian Ambassador to France, Jawed Ashraf honored the fallen Indian soldiers during World War 1, and also Inaugurated Modern Indian Art of seven Indian artists at the prestigious Musée Guime.
- Indian Ambassador to France, Jawed Ashraf
On Monday, October 26th’ 2020, Indian Ambassador to France, Jawed Ashraf paid a heartfelt homage to the Indian soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice of their lives during World War 1. During the event, the Ambassador was joined by Senator Remi Feraud and Member of the European Parliament Maxette Pirbakas and various other French officials.
The event was organized by GOPIO (World Organization of People of Indian Origin) France Metropole, for the sixth consecutive year in order to pay tribute to fallen soldiers.
Earlier in the day, Paris’s annual Asia Now Art Fair was inaugurated at the prestigious Musée Guime, by the Indian envoy. In a tweet posted by Ashraf, he exclaimed that the Art fair had truly become Asian, as it featured modern Indian art for the first time, with works of seven Indian artists.
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