Vitebsk, 15 July 2022 (TDI): The Exhibition named ‘Colours of Pakistan’ in Vitebsk, Belarus was opened on Thursday by the Ambassador of Pakistan to Belarus, Sajjad Haider Khan.

Colours of Pakistan Exhibition

The Head of the Cultural Department of the Vitebsk Region, Piotr Podgursky was the chief guest and jointly inaugurated the exhibition.

Therefore, the exhibition featured a parallel exhibition of Pakistan’s world-renowned maestro, Sadequain’s classic paintings.

That is, in collaboration with the Sadequain Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the art of Sadequain.

In addition, the exhibition features paintings of Pakistan’s world-renowned maestro, Sadequain, calligraphy of Ayesha Kamal, and paintings of Noreen Sajid.

Syed Sadequain Ahmed Naqvi’s classic paintings are also beautifully demonstrated in the Exhibition. He is one of the finest and most prominent painters and calligraphers Pakistan has ever produced.

More to this, the exhibition is organized in line with the International Festival of Arts ‘Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk’. In line with this, the event will continue to stay open to the public till the 14th of August.

Slavianski Bazaar is the annual festival held in Vitebsk, Belarus and it attracts millions of visitors.

The ceremony was further beautified by the heartwarming performance of Tatiana Kremis on the Pakistani song “Kahan Ho Tum Chale Aao” during the opening ceremony of the exhibition.

Previous Exhibition

Recently the Embassy of Pakistan in Minsk collaborated with the National Library of Belarus and held an opening ceremony of the exhibition named ‘Contemporary Art of Pakistan’ on the 15th of June. The exhibition continued up to 6 July.

The exhibition was part of the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of Pakistan’s Independence Day and the event marked the establishment of a Pakistani Book corner in the National Library that the Embassy provided.

Above all Ambassador Khan highlighted the various Cultural Exhibitions held in various cities of Belarus during the past year.

Additionally, in June, Ambassador Khan shared that the Embassy also held a calligraphy workshop by Ayesha Kamal in Borisov city. Thus, the artist showed her skills and likewise inspired young artists.