To make it apt on Dusshera Milan, Japanese team members of the very famous animation movie “Ramayana: The legend of Prince Ram ” joined the event. On a similar note, Mr. Hiroshi Koike, who directed the Mahabharat movie for Japanese audiences, also joined the event.
There were also a good number of participation from various noble souls who have recently started Hindu Temple projects in various parts of Japan including Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, etc.
Guests were felicitated by the special “Make in India” souvenirs from Rajasthan & Bihar which includes silver coin with Bharat Mata signage and HSS logo as well as handmade jute-bags and stole. Team HSS Japan took herculean task this year to present the glimpses of Indian folk dances from various states. Despite the time constraints, nearly 75 performers from 5 different parts in Tokyo and Yokohama joined their hands to tap their feet on 13 different Indian regional folk tunes. Result could be easily heard from the non-stop claps by Japanese and other guests. Not just cultural performance but there was also a well-researched academic summary of the historical journey of the relationship between two great Asia civilizations i.e., India & Japan presented by the children from HSS Japan.
In turn, Japanese guests too won our hearts by paying their obeisance to Bharat Mata portrait along with the photos of revered Dr Hedgewar Ji & Guru Ji.