The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, is pleased to present a special exhibition on “Indian Deities Worshipped in Japan”
Deities we have practically forgotten in India, such as Vayu and Varuna are still worshipped in Japan. There are hundreds of shrines of goddess Saraswati and god Ganesha.There are deep meanings in Japanese practices which take us back to early developments of philosophy in India. Our relationship with Japan is far closer than Indian seems to be aware of. It is time to understand this and to build upon it.
Inauguration on 1st July, 5:00pm
Dates: 2nd July 2017 to 7th July 2017
Venue: Rashtrapati Bhawan
Timings: 10am to 4pm (Holidays on Monday)
*ENTRY BY INVITATION ONLY.
(Please carry Invitation at the venue)
( The invitations can be collected from Japan Foundation, New Delhi or Download here )
Photo: © Benoy K. Behl