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|IDC Hosts “India Knowledge Quiz” And “Indus Presentations”|
by Bijoy Misra
IDC invites all interested parents and individuals to engage children to participate in the first-ever “India Knowledge Quiz” to be hosted by the Center. The Quiz is open to all children in the grades VI through XII in the private and public schools. It will be held at Lexington Public Library on May 1, 2016, at 1:30 PM. [more]
|KHMC To Celebrate Twentieth Anniversary|
by Shuchita Rao
KHMC (Karnatak Hindustani Music Circle) is a grassroots non-profit organization committed to preserving and propagating Indian Classical Music in the New England region. Founder Dr. Suresh Mathur and Smt. Durga Krishnan will be felicitated at a free celebratory event to be held on April 23rd in Waltham, MA as part of its 20th anniversary. [more]
|Lokvani Talks To Suman Murali And Jaya Vatsyayan|
"Cary Memorial Library in Lexington is in the midst of a project called Transformative Spaces which aims to enhance the library experience for the local community.. which include a new teen center, study rooms, a new idea wall, world languages and adult fiction collection,and more. As part of this project, IAL has kickstarted fundraising activities to build a Indian language collection at the Library by Fall of this year."- Suman Murali and Jaya Vatsayayan. [more]
|2nd Bike For Dharma: In Support Of The Veterans|
In May 2015, Team Maruti, a team of bicycling enthusiasts (many with no prior experience) from Bharathi Vidyashram and the Hindu Temple of New Hampshire rallied to “Bike for Dharma” as part of the 2015 Honor Ride New Hampshire in support of the nation’s injured veterans, and contributed over $1300 to the event through their participation. Bharathi Vidyashram and the Hindu Temple of New Hampshire are once again happy to encourage you to join in the second “Bike for Dharma” as part of this year’s Honor Ride around Nashua, NH, on June 4th, 2016, and make a difference in the lives of our healing heroes.
|Calcutta Club Second Annual South Asian Book Fair |
Calcutta Club USA and The Boston Pledge will host the Sanskriti Book Fair and Theater on April 24th, at Thoreau School, Concord from 12 PM to 5 PM. All are welcome to this nostalgic event which uniquely brings together literature, art and theater. The Indian Ambassador will also be present. [more]
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