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International Commission of Culture and Diplomatic Relations



ICCDR (Registered by Govt of India and UN Global Marketplace) was established to engage people of different cultures and nations in international cultural exchange programs which would connect young people from around the world with life-changing international opportunities with a sole aim of achieving global peace. ICCDR aims to promote cross-cultural awareness and understanding through international cultural education, tourism and exchange programs.


  • To nurture strong alliances with many cultures for the global peace.
  • To throw light on resolving issues involving cultural differences
  • To develop a global network of youth of with different backgrounds


  • To live in peace by building connections between cultures
  • To provide opportunities to participate in cultural exchange programs
  • To promote cultural, professional, and educational exchanges.
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ICCDR promotes international cooperation, and to assist in the development of friendly, sympathetic, and peaceful relations among various cultures, by providing opportunities to participate in professional, educational and cultural programs in India and in other countries. ICCDR focuses on Cultures because cultures speaks directly to the heart. So, culture as a powerful force that bridges across differences, brings people together, and thus underpins social cohesion and peace. But poverty, lack of education and unemployment are key underlying factors driving attacks on culture.

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Dr Srinivas Eluri

At UN head quarters

Dr. Srinivas Rao Eluri, an eminent diplomat and Secretary General of the International Commission of Culture and Diplomatic Relations, has received an invitation to attend as an observer and representative at the United Nations Organization in New York for the conference on the “Commission Status on Women,” scheduled to start from the 11th to the 22nd of March at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA.

Dr Eluri attended the above said conference in New York on 11 th 12 th ,13 as Guest and observer. Dr. Srinivas represented United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Consultative Status member, Tripla Difesa Olnus. The opening session taken place in United Nations General Assembly His Excellency Antonio Gutttaru Secretary General UN presided the conference.

Representatives from 5000 governments, international organizations, intergovernmental organizations like UNESCO, WHO, the World Bank, and non-governmental organizations from 193 countries worldwide will participate to discuss the STATUS OF THE COMMISSION ON WOMEN, with a main focus on the need for more reforms and women’s empowerment along with sustainable development.

Dr. Srinivas Rao Eluri also participated in the Sustainable Development Goals Conference at the United Nations in New York last September for his outstanding contribution to gender equality. Dr. Srinivas Eluri received his basic education in Khammam, completed his post-graduation in International Law from Osmania University, and obtained his PhD in International Law from the Philippines in Diplomacy and International Law.

Dr Eluri interacted with many countries heads and women Empowerment and Global leaders from Europe, Middle East, Asia and made bilateral agreements on Diplomacy and Cultural exchange. Andhra Pradesh India State Women Commission members Ms Jayasree, Adviser Padmaja Reddy also taken active role along with Dr Srinivas Eluri. Dr Eluri made a remarkable statement on Palestinians and Israel ceasefire agreement implementation also he emphasized on the need of immediate establishment Peace and Security in tha region.

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Dr Srinivas Eluri

At UN head quarters

Dr. Srinivas Eluri, a prominent diplomat hailing from the state of Telangana, has achieved a significant milestone on the international stage. Invited to the United Nations Headquarters in New York, USA, Dr. Eluri actively participated in a crucial event—the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Conference, held from the 16th to the 24th of September 2023. This event served as a platform to emphasize and discuss the crucial role of sustainable development goals in steering global progress. Dr. Eluri’s focal points during the conference were gender equality and nuclear disarmament, pivotal aspects in promoting world peace and stability.

In the realm of global security, Dr. Srinivas Eluri passionately underlined the urgent need for a ban on nuclear weapons. The existential threat posed by these devastating instruments cannot be underestimated. He stressed that the current trajectory of nuclear proliferation presents a significant question to humanity, one that demands immediate and unified attention. His resounding call was for a collective cessation of nuclear weapon production. He implored nations to reconsider their priorities and channel their efforts towards peaceful coexistence rather than the relentless development and accumulation of these destructive arms.

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Celebrating Culture and Diplomacy in Bali

In response to the gracious invitation extended by His Excellency King Aunung Ugrasena of Puri Agung Singaraja, the Indonesia Cultural Exchange Tour, coupled with the esteemed Royal Awards Ceremony and the joyous celebration of the Royal Princess’s Birthday on December 16, 2023, unfolded as a resounding success. Spearheaded by Dr. Srinivas Rao Eluri, Secretary General of the International Commission of Culture & Diplomatic Relations (ICCDR), the event left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. The splendid festivities took place at the luxurious venue of The Bandha Hotel & Suites in Legian Bali, providing an exquisite backdrop for the exchange of cultural riches and the bestowal of prestigious awards.


A Cultural Odyssey with His Excellency King Aunung Ugrasena with Dr Srinvias Eluri

The culmination of this event was marked by the conferment of the Royal Family Kingship Award upon the esteemed delegates. This prestigious accolade is reserved for individuals whose positive contributions have significantly impacted society. Dr. Srinivas Eluri and his distinguished team took the opportunity to present a Doctorate degree to the esteemed Bali Indonesia King Aunung Ugrasena during the regal ceremony. Adding a touch of cultural diversity, Miss Govravi Reddy, a President of India Awardee, graced the occasion with a mesmerizing performance rooted in Indian traditions. Furthermore, the event was adorned with captivating performances by several Indonesian artists, showcasing the richness of classical Bali Indonesia art forms.

Distinguished delegates in attendance included:

Dr. Sunitha Eluri, Assistant Secretary General
Dr. Lt General Frank Fernandez (UAE)
Mr. Pradeep Kumar (USA)
Mr. Raju Lama Kondan, Triratna Buddhist School (Nepal)
Miss Govravi Reddy, President of India Awardee
Mr. Chandra Shekhar Reddy, MSME Director General
Ms. Taruna Reddy, Cine Producer

The splendid festivities took place at the luxurious venue of The Bandha Hotel & Suites in Legian Bali, providing an exquisite backdrop for the exchange of cultural riches and the bestowal of prestigious awards.


ICCDR Services

Cultural Exchange

Recognizing the importance of preserving this invaluable cultural wealth for future generations, the Indian Council for the Conservation and Promotion of Cultural Heritage (ICCDR) was established. This organization serves as a guardian of our cultural legacy, working tirelessly to ensure that it remains intact and accessible to the generations yet to come. India boasts a diverse and vibrant cultural landscape, with a history that spans thousands of years. This cultural uniqueness encompasses a plethora of languages, art forms, rituals, festivals, and lifestyles, all of which contribute to the rich tapestry of our heritage.


The primary goal of ICCDR is to preserve and promote India’s indigenous cultural heritage. This entails safeguarding traditional practices, historical artifacts, ancient knowledge systems, and the tangible and intangible aspects of our culture. ICCDR employs various strategies, including documentation, ICCDR plays a pivotal role in recognizing and celebrating the distinctive elements of our culture and arts heritage. It organizes events, festivals, and awards ceremonies to honor artisans, performers, and cultural custodians who contribute significantly to the preservation and evolution of our cultural expressions. conservation efforts, and educational programs, to ensure the continuity of our cultural heritage.


For the Needy and Deserving

ICCDR’s commitment to preserving cultural heritage extends to supporting individuals who are both in need and demonstrate exceptional talent or dedication in the fields of culture and arts. By offering scholarships, ICCDR ensures that these individuals have the financial means to pursue their artistic endeavors and contribute to the preservation of India’s cultural wealth.


Recognition and Awards

ICCDR takes pride in acknowledging outstanding personalities who have made significant contributions to the preservation and promotion of Indian culture and arts. This recognition includes the bestowal of free honorary doctorates and international awards, which not only honor the recipients but also inspire others to excel in their respective fields. Global Cultural Festivals and Conferences: ICCDR actively connects eminent artists with international associations, enabling them to participate in global cultural festivals and conferences. These events provide a platform for artists to share their talents and traditions with a global audience, fostering cultural exchange and appreciation on an international scale.

Global Cultural

Festivals and Conferences:

ICCDR actively connects eminent artists with international associations, enabling them to participate in global cultural festivals and conferences. These events provide a platform for artists to share their talents and traditions with a global audience, fostering cultural exchange and appreciation on an international scale. Cultural education is essential for passing down traditional knowledge and practices to future generations. ICCDR is deeply committed to promoting cultural education by offering courses and educational programs that teach the rich heritage, art forms, and traditions of India. These initiatives ensure that the cultural legacy continues to thrive.

Dr Srinivas Eluri, ICCDR Secretary General


ICCDR places a central focus on the profound significance of cultures, recognizing that culture speaks directly to the deepest recesses of the human heart. Culture serves as a potent force, transcending barriers and uniting people across diverse backgrounds, thereby serving as the bedrock for fostering social cohesion and peace. However, it is essential to acknowledge that poverty, limited access to education, and unemployment stand as critical underlying factors that pose threats to culture’s integrity.

In today’s interconnected world, urbanization and the sweeping tide of digital transformation are drawing cultures into ever-closer proximity. As a result, cultural diversity has become an inherent and vital component of societies spanning the globe. It is within this context that the concept of peacebuilding continues to evolve, encompassing a multitude of approaches and strategies. These approaches are fundamentally grounded in the pursuit of stability, the promotion of strong and resilient communities, the advancement of equality and equity, and the provision of security through non-violent means. ICCDR remains dedicated to fostering these principles, recognizing their indispensable role in shaping a harmonious and culturally enriched world.


Dr Eluri at UN Head Quarters in USA