Painting exhibition bridges India-Nepal relations

Kathmandu: Paintings depicting the daily activities of the people living in Nepal and India have been showcased in the Mithila Art Gallery, Thamel in Kathmandu.

Mukesh Bijole and Mahavir Verma, originally from Madhya Pradesh, India, are showcasing their artistic works in Nepal’s capital.

“We have come all the way to Nepal to exhibit our paintings with an aim to interlink the culture of the two countries,” Bijole told ANI.

“It is one of the best options to string the two nations. We have got the same response from the visitors as well.

They also agree that culture is the most important medium to strengthen the relations,” said Verma.

The exhibition of about 20 paintings began on June 8 and will conclude on June 13. (ANI)