Tehran (IP) - On March 4, 2024, the grand exhibition "India in Golestan Palace" mesmerized visitors with a stunning display of India's exquisite artifacts. Over 100 meticulously selected pieces, including dishes, were carefully curated for this prestigious event.

Iran PressIran news: The Deputy Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Handicrafts graced the occasion, highlighting the profound historical and cultural ties between India and Iran. Ali Darabi noted that artifacts unearthed from the Sialk Archeological Hills of Kashan in 1930 revealed the rich heritage shared by these two ancient civilizations.

Cultural luminaries from Iran emphasized the significant role that Iran and India's enduring bond plays in promoting global harmony. The Indian ambassador to Tehran also lauded the exhibition for showcasing India's masterful handmade arts.

Rudra Gaurav Shresth underscored the longstanding friendship between Iran and India, dating back to ancient times. He pointed out that archaeological findings from both nations attest to a deep-rooted connection between their peoples.


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