Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence has organised National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Divas) celebrations on Monday, 31 October at the Nehru Centre, London. The exuberant cultural program on the occasion perfectly demonstrated the palette of the diversity of India. Fourteen performers from various professional and linguistic backgrounds presented on the occasion.Director of The Nehru Centre Amish Tripathi rendered opening words highlighting the importance of being united and curtailing the enemy within. Dance presentation Ekta Ki Awaaz has aptly included a variety of art forms from different regions of India underscoring the oneness and the heterogeneity at the same time. Presenters in this dance included Ananya Vilina, Anuja Tirumalasetty, Arya Arun, Harsha Rani, Lakshmi Pillai, Manju Sunil, Mona Jethwa Patel, Dr. Pritha Dasmahapatra, Reema Virdee, Soundarya Gokulnath and Sreyashi Deb Roy.Mile Sur Mera Tumhaara song was melodiously presented by Hindustani Vocal singer Irawati Mulmule. Odissi dance by Dr. Pritha Dasmahapatra, Kathak by Priya Kushwaha and Bharatanatyam by Arya Arun were enthralling and refreshing. Deputy Director of The Nehru Centre Sanjay Sharma felicitated all the artists. The vote of thanks was rendered by Ragasudha Vinjamuri, Founder Trustee of Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence, who has also conceptualised, choreographed, and anchored the event.