New Delhi: Sandeep Marwah, the renowned Indian film producer, social worker, and founder of the Marwah Studios, recently spoke about the role of art and culture in bringing the world together. Marwah was speaking at a Nowruz Function on the second day of festival at Iran Cultural House in New Delhi, where he emphasized the importance of using art and culture as a means of fostering love, peace, unity, and understanding among different cultures and communities.
Marwah argued that art and culture have the power to transcend borders and language barriers, and can create a shared language of creativity and expression that can bring people from different backgrounds together. He highlighted examples of successful cross-cultural collaborations, such as the fusion of Indian and Western music, or the mixing of traditional and modern dance styles.
Marwah also stressed the need for governments and institutions to invest in cultural exchange programs, festivals, and exhibitions that bring together artists and performers from different countries and cultures. He suggested that such initiatives can promote cultural understanding, break down stereotypes, and build bridges between nations.
Marwah’s message was well-received by the attendees of the function, who praised his insights and his commitment to promoting cultural exchange and understanding. Many expressed their hope that his vision for a more connected and unified world through art and culture will inspire others to follow suit.