Chandigarh, December 4- In the International Gita Mahotsav-2021, 100 foreign students of Kurukshetra University will present their research paper on the holy book Gita. About 100 students from Afghanistan, South Africa, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Mauritius and other countries are taking education in various departments of the university. All these students will present their research paper on the topic of contribution of the holy book Gita to the freedom movement in the International Gita Seminar which will run from 9 to 11 December during the festival.
International Gita Mahotsav is being organized in Kurukshetra from 2 to 19 December 2021. The main events of this festival will run from 9 to 14 December. Among these main programs, International Gita Seminar will be organized at Kurukshetra University on 9th December, in which 100 foreign students will present their research papers on the holy book Gita.
Not only this, on the occasion of International Gita Jayanti Festival, the art of craftsmen and artisans is attracting tourists towards the Saras Fair going on in Kurukshetra. Every artisan and craftsman has presented something different for the tourists at their stall. At the same time, handicrafts on the banks of Brahmasarovar have added colors to the sixth of this grand festival. Craftsmen from other states have captivated the minds of tourists visiting the fair with their handicrafts.