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India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan On the Line
2017-07-02
  • India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan takes part in 9-day Dajia Matsu Pilgrimage in Taiwan (Photo courtesy of ITA)
  • India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    Translation of Book of Songs into Tamil (Photo courtesy of ITA)
  • India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    Matsu's team entering temple (Photo courtesy of ITA)
  • India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    Cultural cooperation (Photo courtesy of ITA)
  • India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    India’s representative, Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan talks about culture and Indian movie promotion in Taiwan

    Mr.Sridaharan Madhusudhanan, the Director General of India-Taipei Association

Mr.Sridaharan Madhusudhanan, the Director General of India-Taipei Association, the Indian representative office in Taiwan said Indian movies have emerged to the center stage in Taiwan recently and recently a blockbuster Dangal has been screened for weeks at major movie theaters in Taiwan. The Indian representative said Indian movies have been the promoter of Indian culture.

 

Mr.Sridaharan Madhusudhanan is the first foreign diplomat to have taken part in the 9-day Dajia Matsu Pilgrimage in Taiwan and he has also translated the Book of Songs from 11th to 7th centuries in China into Tamil.

 

Please watch the video interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3PsigQxT0M

 

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