“Knowledge grows with sharing.” This quote explains the master classes session at QIAF 2021 in the best way. All 6 masters shared their knowledge and techniques. It was really informative.

The evening of the third day at QIAF 2021 was filled with cultural folkloric music performances. Opening performance of Sufi Ney Flute followed by Indian cultural and folk performances. In the significant year of the 75th year of Independent India, Indian community of Qatar presented colorful glimpses of Indian culture with classical and folk performances as part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. We really enjoyed the cultural musical night.

Thanks a lot to Rashmi Aggarwal, the event head of QIAF, Founder & President of MAPS International WLL for making us a part of this Mega event.

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