Friday, January 20, 2012


IIPM: What is E-PAT?

It was an elegant morning when we started our excursion of the old fort, followed by Humayun Tomb, where the students were exposed to the exclusive Mughal sculpture. “This place made me very emotional and I liked how the IIPM students expressed the tomb,” feels Simona Pasinelli – one of the Italian student. After finishing our session with the extravagant tomb, we took them the group to the fantastic Qutub Minar and the students felt that the story behind making this tower was a fantasy. After such an awesome visit we took them to taste some authentic Indian cuisine in Delhi Haat for a scrumptious lunch. And with that we completed our cultural tour in the cosmopolitan capital of this country. But an excursion for Europeans visiting India is incomplete if they don't visit at least one divine city and the elegant Taj Mahal.

Our next excursion was in the holy city of Amritsar and we headed towards the Golden Temple. The very first glance of the Golden Temple shining bright in the sunlight amazed everyone. The divine phrases from Guru Granth Sahib attracted everyone's attention despite of the fact that most of the Italian students didn't understand the language. “Language is not required to connect yourself to the Almighty,” is what Marco Inversini – one of the Italian students remarked while we were moving out of the Golden Temple. The visit to Amritsar would not have been complete without going to the wagah Border for the very famous Flag Lowering ceremony. The passion with which the IIPM students explained the significance of the very famous ceremony very well highlighted their patriotic feelings. The Italian students were highly impressed by the chaismatic personality of the Indian Army personnel.

Our next trip was to Agra-which reflected the Mughal culture. Now it was the time to introduce them to the Indian Art and Laterature.

Our next aim was to show these students Indian art. It was a seminar with Prof. Rajeev Lochan that took us all to the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi. Prof. Lochan expressed his views on modern art. He also threw some light on the lives and works of Rabindranath Tagore and Sri Abanindranath Tagore. The seminar was followed by a visit to the gallery where the students appreciated the art of various artistes. The Italian students were very excited to see the beautiful work of art and had a great time comparing Indian Art with the Italian Art.

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