Recently Ryan International Children's Festival was organized in New Delhi.

Recently Ryan International Children's Festival was organized in New Delhi.

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Category : Miscellaneous Published on: December 18 2023

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  • Ryan International Children's Festival was organized in New Delhi in December 2023.
  • It was the 17th edition of the Ryan International Children's Festival.
  • Participants from India, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Italy, Czech Republic, Zambia, Slovenia, Zimbabwe, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Iran, Nepal, Bangladesh, and others in Delhi for unique cultural exchange. Gathered.
  • With over 300 performances, workshops, and classroom exchanges, Ryan Festival 2023 created an immersive international experience for students.
  • Ryan Group affirmed the importance of the Festival in inspiring creativity, collaboration, and leadership among the youth.
  • The theme of the festival was 'Let's Have Fun'.
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