Sapio Heritage, a division of government advisory firm Sapio Analytics, shall be responsible for displaying India’s culture through digitisation and restoration
NEW DELHI, DELHI, INDIA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — With participation from more than 190 countries, Expo 2020 in Dubai is expected to see more than 25 million visitors from around the world. The India Pavilion of the Expo shall be housed in a 4-storied structure from October 2020 to March 2021, divided into multiple themes at each level. Sapio Heritage shall present India’s ancient culture and heritage at the Pavilion, with a focus on its great artworks restored through innovative photography, digitisation and restoration backed by new age technologies such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
“We are proud to be able to present India’s cultural superpowers through our section at the India Pavilion. We are mapping every part of India with its art, craft, culture and heritage, and this map along with the greatness of our ancient heritage manifested through art and other structures, shall unlock India’s cultural significance in driving the progress of the world. With use of modern technologies and support from legendary artists and authorities, we shall use the reach of Dubai Expo 2020 to establish India’s cultural and technological supremacy”, says Hardik Somani, Chief Operating Officer of Sapio Analytics, regarding the purpose behind this section.
The global event is scheduled to start on October 1, after being delayed a year because of the pandemic. The event coincides with the 50th anniversary of the founding of the UAE, and is considered as the greatest ever show in the world, with a vision of making a new world. There is a special focus on sustainable future of humankind, with an aim to help the human race enjoy harmony with nature in a high-tech future. India Pavilion is expected to show India’s corporate successes, technological innovations, its space technologies, its wellness exports to the world, it’s diversity through its cultural and tourism landscape, and the Digital India story, along with its culture powers demonstrated through technologies.
“We hope this six-month long expo conveys the message of cultural significance in human lives and the power of technology to bring our culture closer to our souls”, adds Somani.
Sapio Heritage has recently been in news for revealing the earliest surviving Hindu painting to the world, through the works of distinguished photographer and art historian Benoy Behl, through a revelation event attended by dignitaries, ministers and ambassadors from around the world.
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