December 2022

As a part of #AKAM celebrations, the first Veer Baal Diwas was organised by Embassy of India, Yangon on 26 December 2022, to honour and commemorate Baba Zorawar Singh Ji and Baba Fateh Singh Ji, Sahibzade of Guru Govind Singh Ji.

October 2022

"Ayurveda Day"

Embassy of India, Yangon celebrated India’s ancient gift to the world ‘Ayurveda’ on 20th October 2022. Chargé d'affaires Ms Nabanita Chakrabarti addressed the gathering. We thank Dr Priyanka Pawal, Ayurveda practitioner and Ms Swati from Art of Living for sharing their valuable thoughts with us. Sattvik food was also served after the event.

"Unity Day"

@IndiainMyanmar commemorated #RashtriyaEktaDiwas2022 with members of the Indian community and our local friends. Cultural performances, photo exhibition and documentary film on #SardarPatel, virtual talk of #DrShobhanaRadhakrishnanan marked the occasion. Ambassador Shri Vinay Kumar also administered #NationalUnityPledge to the participants.

September 2022

"Celebration of ITEC Day – 2022"

Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) forms a key element in the development partnership cooperation between India and Myanmar. Embassy of India, Yangon organised ITEC day celebrations on 16 September, 2022 to bring all ITEC Alumni and ICCR scholars together to commemorate a journey of togetherness in knowledge sharing. We thank all ITEC and ICCR alumni for joining us and sharing their experiences. (16 September, 2022)

August 2022

Ambassador of India to Myanmar H.E. Mr Vinay Kumar attended the closing and award ceremony of Morya Cricket League-3 on 14th August, 2022 at the Park Royal Hotel at Yangon in which 108 players participated in a competitive and sportsman like spirit.

"Celebration of 76th Independence Day"

June 2022

Embassy of India, Yangon celebrated the 8th International Day of Yoga (IDY) with a mass Yoga demonstration at Yangon United Sports Complex on June 21,2022

May 2022

Handing over of books-Cd'A Ms. Nabanita Chakrabarti handed over books on Indian history, philosophy and spiritual discourse to Mahatma Gandhi Prayer Hall, Zeyawaddy on 24 May 2022.

"Observance of Anti-Terrorism Day"

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Observance of Anti-Terrorism Day - 21 May, 2022 Cd’A Ms. Nabanita Chakrabarti administered Anti-terrorism pledge to colleagues at Embassy of India, Yangon . The objective behind observance of this day is to wean away from the youth from terrorism and the cult of violence by highlighting the sufferings of common people and showing as to how it is prejudicial to the national interest.

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