Seeking the Sacred (Viewpoints: Strasbourg – Udaipur)

It is with joy we share the news of Anuradha’s on-going exhibition of photographs unveiled in the City of Strasbourg on May 22, 2013.

The exhibition is titled Seeking the Sacred – Photographic Exhibition (Viewpoints – Strasbourg – Udaipur)’.

The month-long photo-exhibition is the outcome of an exchange programme of photographers from Udaipur in Rajasthan (India) and Strasbourg in France.

The exchange of photographers was a result of the Joint Cooperation Programme (JCP) of the Indian Heritage Cities Network Foundation, UNESCO India Office New Delhi; Udaipur Municipal Corporation; the City of Strasbourg (Municipalité de Strasbourg) France, and Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation (MMCF), Udaipur.

In March end, Anuradha got the opportunity to spend over ten days photographing the ‘sacred’ in Strasbourg, while Mr. Albert Huber of Festiv Musiq Sacrees Monde: Strasbourg was in Udaipur capturing different facets of the sacred in the renowned heritage-city of Rajasthan. Her impressions of her stay can be found on her blog.

It is being planned in Strasbourg to bring the photo-exhibition to Udaipur sometime between October and December 2013.

In the interim news about ‘Seeking the Sacred – Photographic Exhibition’ is being disseminated to the Indian and global media, besides being featured on different social media sites. It is generating due interest and is proving to be a fine example of the people-to-people contact between our two great countries.

We look forward to sharing more information and plans with you as dates for the Exhibition in Udaipur get finalised.

With warm regards and best wishes,

ManSar Communications

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