The fourth day of the Delhi International Art Festival, organised by Marwah Studios, was a gala day as this day was all about women empowerment. The artists from Australia and Nigeria showcased their talent in the festival and entertained the audience. The famous Odisi dancer Jyoti Srivastava made the audience learn a lot about Indian art through her dance performance. Not only this, she also proved that Indian art has the calibre of becoming a guiding light for other countries. Her performance was dedicated of the empowerment of women.
Padam Shree Awardee Vimal Das honoured the ICMEI President Sandeep Marwah with the award of ‘Great Son of India’ for her exceptional contribution in the film and television field.
It is the first and biggest event that is being organised in Noida in which all the aspiring artists got a platform to not only share their talent but also to learn about art.
Parul Mehta, Rameshwar, Jyoti Srivastava, Nirmal Vaid were among the many who attended the event and thanked Sandeep Marwah for giving the young talents such a huge opportunity.
On the fourth day of the event, Australian artist Fiona Gardner imbibed the values of Indian art and performed in the guise of Maa Kali. The dance form was ‘Themetic Experimental Dance’. This dance performance was prepared in Kerala which was performed in the Delhi International Art Festival. This truly shows that India is ready to lead the world in the field of art. Indian art is becoming famous in other nations and is attracting a lot of people towards it.
The founder of Marwah Studios, Sandeep Marwah said, “India is ready to guide the world. India has attained a high position in terms of art, culture and civilization.”