Migration connects cultures and brings cultural diversity

Indian-Family, Labourers in Early days, Mauritius.
Indian-Family, Labourers in Early days, Mauritius.

The theme of Bodhgaya Biennale, 2nd edition was Migration. It scrutinizes the Migration while embracing the chronicles, the narrative and contemporary life stories, through art exhibits, art performances, art films, and discussions. In Biennale, Ex-Member, Bihar Legislative Council Shri Ram Bachan Roy delivered an elaborated lecture on the subject of Migration and Culture. After the lecture we recorded his brief audio-visual note (video statements) on the same subject.

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Migration connects cultures and brings cultural diversity

Migration connects cultures and brings cultural diversity
Ram Bachan Roy, Ex-member, Bihar Legislative Council
Patna, Bihar.

Recording: December 17, 2018, Bodhgaya, Bihar
For Bodhgaya Biennale, Canvas Patna
by Sunil Kumar

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