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Our cadets danced Kalinka-Malinka in India

Date: May 30, 2023 Time: 23:33:28

Russian cadets from the Suvorov Military School in St. Petersburg and students from the Russian Ministry of Defense boarding school participated for the first time in festive events dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the Indian National Cadet Corps, along with Indian cadets as well as representatives from 19 other countries.

These five girls and five boys from Russia have never been to this South Asian country before. But they quickly adapted and even performed at the national ball.

“The participants of the meeting represent their states – this is a presentation of the country and a cultural program, during which the guys demonstrate the national dance. Russian cadets performed the Kalinka-Malinka folk dance,” the Russian Defense Ministry commented.

The cadets showed and told the children from other countries about the history of the blouse, the sundress and the kokoshnik. Too bad they spoke English and not Hindi.

The hosts prepared an extensive cultural program for the cadets. The guests went on a sightseeing tour of the capital New Delhi, visited the historic city of Jaipur, where the most famous architectural monument of India is located – the Taj Mahal mausoleum. Our cadets also visited the National Yoga Institute.

During the trip, the young people had to become authentic diplomatic envoys of their countries. They were even received by the Indian Defense Minister, Rajnath Singh.

On the day of the celebration of the anniversary of the National Cadet Corps of India, Russian cadets became participants in the solemn parade of delegations, which was attended by more than 2.1 thousand cadets from all states and territories of India and several other countries. .

The celebrations take place today, on Republic Day. Exactly 73 years ago, on January 26, 1950, India proclaimed its Constitution and became an independent Republic from Great Britain, which has shamelessly plundered this country since the mid-18th century.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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