The exposition of the ethnographic park-museum "ETNOMIR" has been replenished with new sculptures symbolizing the kinship of peoples and cultures.
On July 28, two monuments were opened on the territory of the Indian Cultural Centre ETNOMIR: to the Russian and Indian artist Svyatoslav Roerich and his wife, the famous Indian actress Devika Rani.
Head of the ETNOMIR project Ruslan Bayramov, President of the “Dialogue of Cultures – One World” Foundation, member of the General Council of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, has been forming a huge cultural and educational space on Kaluga land for more than 15 years. A scaled-down model of the ethnographic map of the world is being created on an area of about 140 hectares. The open-air park-museum, bringing together a large number of objects for informative and comfortable rest, unites cultures, histories, peoples and countries, creates conditions for communication of people of different ages and interests. In the name of rapprochement of peoples and cultures, the "Dialogue of Cultures - One World" Foundation led by R.F. Bayramov, implements projects for the installation of sculptural compositions dedicated to the Great Teachers of mankind.
Representatives of the Federation Council, Rossotrudnichestvo, MGIMO, the Association of Foreign Students of Russia, authorities of the Kaluga region took part in the opening ceremony of the monuments to Svyatoslav Roerich and Devika Rani. Greetings from India were delivered.
The creative and cultural potential of peoples is an inexhaustible source of development. The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly considers the diversity of peoples to be the greatest value and in every possible way supports initiatives aimed at the unity of the world in its cultural diversity and strengthening friendship between peoples. Partners of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly and members of its Council for Spiritual Culture attended the event.