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AID: Tackling Healthcare Challenges In Indigeneous India


05/18/2017




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Ekal Villagers Present Ekal Sur Ekal Tal


Villagers from remote rural Ekal villagers trained in dance and music have been touring the US presenting a spectacular multi-media show called “Ekal Sur Ekal Tal”. The show has been receiving rave reviews and standing ovations in every town. Come and watch this spectacular production on Sunday, June 11th at Norwood High School, Norwood, MA. It is FREE but attendees need to register. https://www.ekal.org/us/event/ekal-sur-ekal-taal-norwood-ma.
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Ekal Villagers Present Ekal Sur Ekal Tal
Hindu Heritage Day 2017


If we have to describe India and its diversity through a color, we must bring all the colors of the rainbow in our palette. The culmination of all these colors unified together in one rainbow, this is what ‘Bahurangi’ is, which is aptly the theme of Hindu Heritage Day celebrations this year on May 20th in Marlboro, MA.
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Hindu Heritage Day 2017
April Showers Brings May Flowers To Worship Lord Venkateswara At Sri Vijaya Kali Ashram


Once in a year kind of event, Venkatesawara and Jagannath Pusha Yagam happened at Sri Vijaya Kali Ashram on May 13th evening. It was a feast to the eyes of devotees.
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April Showers Brings May Flowers To Worship Lord Venkateswara At Sri Vijaya Kali Ashram
NETS Celebrates Chithirai Vizha


Blessed are the guests who gathered to celebrate the New England Tamil Sangam’s Chithirai Vizha held on May 13, 2017 at Wayland Middle School, MA. The actual festival is annually celebrated in Madurai, Tamilnadu in the month of Chithirai. The festival includes the marriage of Goddess Meenakshi with Lord Sundareshwarar followed by the journey of Lord Azhaghar (Mahavishnu) from Azhagar temple to Madurai.
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NETS Celebrates Chithirai Vizha
AID: Tackling Healthcare Challenges In Indigeneous India


Dr. Aquinas Edassery is the founder of the non-profit, Swasthya Swaraj, which aims to provide comprehensive community health-care in the tribal district of Kalahandi in Odisha. He will talk about his experiences from the grassroots on May 22nd at 6:30 pm at MIT.
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AID: Tackling Healthcare Challenges In Indigeneous India

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