Kathmandu, Jan 22:
Artists from Nepal, Cambodia and Burma presented their arts and cultures amidst a programme in Philadelphia, US on Sunday.
At the programme organized on the banner of Sagarmatha and Lumbini, the artists performed songs and dance of their respective countries.
The notion of brotherhood, peace and cooperation has been reflected on the banner of the programme, namely ‘Intro Cultural Event-2024’. The banner depicted the images of Nepali heritages, Sagarmatha and Lumbini.
The event was attended by Nepali, Karen, Khmer, Burmese and Cambodian community living in Philadelphia, according to a press release issued by the Intra-National Welfare and Support Foundation of America, the host.
At the joint cultural programme, students from Nepali origin of Intra Dance School, Harrisburg had performed cultural dances on Nepali folk songs.
The traditional Sakela dance performed by Nepali artist Roma Rai and her group had become a center of attraction.
On the occasion, Kevin Chin of Cambodian origin and Thang Song of Burmese origin had shared the information about their cultures.
Foundation Chairperson Dilli Adhikari said the programme was organized to culturally unite Nepali people living across the globe.
Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS)