Delphic Council of Maharashtra Launches Confluence of Art Forms “Timeless Expressions” to Celebrate IDC’s 27th Anniversary


Since its formation on August 23, 2021, the Delphic Council of Maharashtra has been a standard bearer when it comes to six major categories of arts. As the International Delphic Council has completed its 27 years, the Maharastra Delphic Council has taken the initiative to launch its first magazine “Reflections of Maharashtra” by Sahil Seth with Sakshi Tanwar. Along with the magazine, the theme song Delphic was also released. The song is composed by Fuzon and sung by my various artists from India, Maldives and Egypt. The launch of the song was done by the very talented Mrs. Shreya Sharma who also sang the song. The highlight of the song was Sikkim’s 5-year-old prodigy singer Ms. Esther Hnamte who also sang the song beautifully. The event kicked off with renowned violinist Sunita Khaund Bhuyan, followed by a fun collaborative video by Korean artists. Together they presented a fusion song performance where the Korean duo sang a Hindi song and a famous Korean song. The evening became poetic with talented actor Sakshi Tanwar and Guru T Ladakhi reciting poems and the glamorous quotient of the event was provided by a fashion show by Amy Bilimoria and Zareen Khan was there as showstopper. Delphic Nation Song was started by Shreya Sharma.

Speaking from the same Shri Sahil Seth IRS, Chairman of the Delphic Council of Maharashtra said: Being part of Delphic has been an eye-opening journey for me and over the past 6 months we have been able to align with many art lovers and artists and we realized that there is so much more to do. Today’s event was just a curtain raiser of our future plans and everyone can look forward to lots of groundbreaking activities and festivities in all parts of Maharashtra. of the Delphic international consultancy. As an artist myself, I fully support this platform which strives to give creative people a global platform. I hope this will become a historic movement to nurture and promote the arts and culture of our country and spread peace and harmony around the world. The event was organized by Pranita Pandit, Secretary General of Delphic Council Maharashtra, Rachna Puri, CEO and Founder of Vectormob, Avi Mittal, Vice President and Mr. Ali Sultan Ahmed, Treasurer who and partner of the event was “Lord of the Drinks Worli” This year in August, the council was launched with the gifts of Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Honorable Governor of Maharashtra. At launch, the logo was symbolized by “WATER” as a metaphor for peace through the arts.

The Delphic Games celebrates six categories of art, namely musical and sound arts (singing, instrumental music, electronic sounds), performing arts (dance, theater, circus, puppetry), language arts (literature, poetry , moderation), Visual Arts (painting, graphic design, sculpture, installation, fashion, photography), Social Arts (communication, Internet, media, educational, didactic) and Ecological Arts & Architecture (urban planning, landscape, preservation and conservation of nature , landmarks). The cultures do not participate in a competition but present their respective arts and customs. They learn from each other by conversing, co-creating, co-learning, and treating each other with mutual respect. The International Delphic Council is a voluntary, non-profit, non-political, non-religious, non-movement worldwide organization for the arts and cultures; with the aim of fostering engagements in the various forms of the arts among people of different races and cultures through the world’s only common ground for the arts called the Delphic Games. The Delphic games originated in ancient Greece 2500 years ago as the twin sister of the Olympics.

They are to Arts & Cultures what the Olympic Games are to physical sports. The modern era Delphic Games were revived in 1994 while the Olympic Games were revived in 1894. India has participated in 3 editions of the Delphic Games in various countries and even won gold and gold medals. money in South Korea and Malaysia. The Ministry of Culture, Government of India assisted in the process by sponsoring the artists to represent the country through the zonal cultural centers. Since the revival, the Delphic Games have been held in Georgia, Russia, Malaysia, South Korea, the Philippines, Germany and South Africa, while other festivals of cultural significance have been held elsewhere in the world. International institutions such as UNESCO, Council of Europe, ASEAN, etc., have approved the various editions of the Delphic Games on several occasions. World leaders including their Excellencies Nelson Mandela (South Africa), Mikhail Gorbachev (former Soviet Union), Helmut Schmidt (East Germany), Eduard Shevardnadze (Georgia) as well as famous musicians, painters, academics, educators, historians, arts and cultural revivalists, etc., have supported the Delphic Games and what they stand for.


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