The Indian community in Seychelles is joining with locals and visitors this weekend to celebrate the 6th Seychelles-India Day — an event which recognises one of the key historical origins that helped create the Creole nation.
The Seychelles-India Day, a tradition since 2013, highlights the Seychelles-Indian origin and the Indian Culture in a weekend of activities in the 115-island archipelago in the western Indian Ocean.
Ramakrishnan Ramu Pillay, the Chairperson of the Indian Association in Seychelles that spearheads the annual event, told SNA that this day is a time to celebrate the long-standing relations of two great cultures.
He added that “the Indians works very hard throughout the year to support the economy of Seychelles. This is a time for them to celebrate….
Source: Seychelles News Agency