Friendly ties between the Uzbek and Indian peoples have centuries-long roots. The routes of the Great Silk Road ran through the cities of our countries: since then Uzbekistan and India have been maintaining active ties in trade, culture, and art for ages. Chirchik is a relatively young city, but with a developed economy. A modern water park has recently started operating in the city, which was built by the Indian POLO AMUSEMENT Company. Therefore it is not surprising that the celebration of the Independence Day of India in Uzbekistan was decided to hold in Chirchik, on the territory of the water park.
Speaking to the audience, the Ambassador of India in Uzbekistan, Vinod Kumar, spoke about the history and current day of the country, the centuries-old ties between the Uzbek and Indian peoples. The creation of this water park has become another symbol of friendship and cooperation between Uzbekistan and India.
After the ceremony, the guests enjoyed a colorful concert with fabulous Indian dances and songs.