The 67th Conference of TAAI commenced at the BMICH in Colombo, setting the stage for an awe-inspiring opening ceremony that left the audience captivated. The conference centred around the profound connection shared by India and Sri Lanka, showcasing the vibrant essence of Sri Lankan culture through a mesmerizing performance by the renowned Channa Upuli Dance Troupe.
The event reached new heights with Daniela Perera's breathtaking rendition of "Jai Ho," accompanied by an enchanting dance performance. Ricky Bahar's magnificent rendition of "Because We Believe" added another layer of brilliance to the evening's entertainment.
Nishad Wijetunga, President of SLAITO, extended a warm welcome to the distinguished delegation. Both Jyoti Mayal, President of TAAI, and Gopal Baglay, the Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, addressed the gathering, emphasizing the significance of India-Sri Lanka relations in the context of tourism.
The chief guest of the evening, His Excellency President Ranil Wickremasinghe, further reiterated the profound bond between the two nations with a brilliant speech that highlighted the awe-inspiring sights found in Sri Lanka.
The evening unfolded with an exquisite assortment of refreshing drinks and a delectable dinner, accompanied by a sensational live band that got the delegates up and dancing.
Hon . Minister of Ports,Shipping and Aviation , Nimal Siripala De Silva arriving at the venue
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