On November 25, the Russian Center for Science and Culture (RCSC) held a series of events dedicated to the great poet Rasul Gamzatov, who made an invaluable contribution to literature not only in Russia, but in the whole world.
Rasul Gamzatov visited Nepal few times, where he wrote two poems, later translated into Nepali. Nepalese know, love and read the wonderful Russian poet. In the event held at RCSC, the members of the Nepal-Russian Literary Association recited the works of the poet in the Nepalese language; a photo-exhibitions was opened, dedicated to the life and work of R. Gamzatov, Nepal and Dagestan. The event was accompanied by performances of a dance group of the Lezginka State Academic Dance Ensemble. Throughout the evening, the verses of R. Gamzatov were heard.
The head of the Dagestan delegation - the Representative of the Republic of Dagestan under the President of the Russian Federation read out the greeting of the Head of the Republic of Dagestan Vladimir Vasilyev to the organizers and participants of this action, in which he expressed deep gratitude to the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Nepal, Rossotrudnichestvo and government bodies of Nepal for supporting this large-scale project and a significant contribution to its implementation.
Then a presentation of the investment and tourism potential of the Republic of Dagestan (the homeland of R. Gamzatov) was held, where the geographical, economic and cultural heritage was noted. Mr. Gamzatov Gamzat Gadzhiyevich - Representative of the Republic of Dagestan made the presentation. It aroused great interest about the presented projects, especially related to the tourist capabilities of the parties and the experience of Dagestan in the development of hydropower.
The event ended with the presentation of the book “The Attraction of the Himalayas” by Eugene and Ivan Kozorezov.