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Thought For The Day


08/16/2018

Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.



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SAPNE Folk Literature Event


Indian culture lives among people. The vast regions of South Asia are the home of world’s oldest mythology, folklore, ballads and rhythm of life. We have not studied if a rhythm is inherent in human biology or if we learn the rhythm from nature. Rhythm becomes our company in life, we perform our best when we are in rhythm. Rhythm is harmony in human existence and it manifests in human expressions. Without fully analyzing it, we settle it as an inner voice and then we use the term "God". Come and be part of the SAPNE Folk Literature Event on August 18th.
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SAPNE Folk Literature Event
Celebrating Judge Neil Sherring


On July 17, 2018 at the Burlington Marriott, friends, family members and the New England-based Indian-American Institutions gathered to celebrate a momentous occasion – Mr. Neil Sherring was appointed Judge to the Massachusetts Housing Court, the first Indian-American in the Commonwealth to hold this seat.
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Celebrating Judge Neil Sherring
In Conversation With Manisha Koirala


“Take responsibility of your health. Especially women, we depend on the family for support, we are always taking care but we should not ignore ourselves.”- Manisha Koirala.
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In Conversation With Manisha Koirala
Invitation: Biggest Ratha Yatra In Boston


In Boston, congregation members from the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) have been taking a chariot out on the streets for almost three decades now. And this year this much-awaited festival is happening again on Sunday August 19.
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Invitation: Biggest Ratha Yatra In Boston
IAGB Announces The 2018 Community Youth Excellence Award Winners


The 2018 IAGB Community Youth Excellence Award winners are: Varun Lingadal, a rising senior at Nashua High School North, NH and Rianna Mukherjee, a rising senior at Algonquin Regional High School, Northborough, MA. Both will be recognized at India Day Festival 2018 on August 19th at Boston City Hall Plaza.
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IAGB Announces The 2018 Community Youth Excellence Award Winners

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