Over 2000 Attend IAGB Republic Day Celebrations
Over 2000 people attended the IAGB Republic Day event held at Natick high school where IAGB recognized Shishu Bharathi for its service to the community.
Sankranti Celebrations On An Unprecedented Scale By The Telugu Association Of Greater Boston (TAGB)
With about 1200 Boston-area Telugu community members in attendance, the Telugu Association of Greater Boston celebrated the Sankranti festival on Saturday, January 20th, in Littleton, MA.
Meru Foundation And MIT Samskritam Presents Sanskrit And Tamil Language And Literature
Over two Saturdays, enthusiasts of literature and languages came to two very diverse venues to hear Dr. Rajalakshmi Srinivasan, a scholar visiting from India, talk about Tamil – Sanskrit grammar and the Kamban-Valmiki Ramayana. The event was organized by Meru Education Foundation and Samskrita Bharati.
PEM Hosts India Alive At The Atrium - A Photo Essay
The Atrium at the Peabody Musuem came alive with the sights and sounds of India on March 10th and 11th, 2007. Here is a photo gallery.
Master Sommelier Alpana Singh At SABA Event
The South Asian Bar Association of Greater Boston sponsored a “Wine and Spice” event where wine expert Alpana Singh discussed the art and science of Wine and provided pointers for pairing wines with Indian foods.
UIA Celebrates Baishakhi 2007
Over 100 people attended the United India Association Baisakhi celebrations held in Newton on April 27, 2007. Featuring music, dance and a fabulous dinner the event was able to bring out the joie-de-vivre that is characteristic of Baisakhi celebrations in India.
Vivekanand - Musical Play By Shekhar Sen
The man who brought us Kabeer kept the audience spellbound with yet another amazing performance! With his talent for singing and histrionics, Sen was able to bring Swami Vivekanand to life in a very unique manner!
TM Krishna Concert - An Enthralling Experience
TM Krishna presented a vocal recital under the auspices of MIT Heritage of the Arts Society (MITHAS) on April 22 at the Stata Center at MIT. He was accompanied on the violin by BU Ganesh Prasad and on the Mridangam: by Vinod Seetharaman. Bhanu Jayaram, gives her impressions of the concert.
Governor Deval Patrick Invites Neelam Wali To State House
Over 400 people attended the Asian American Commission (AAC) Unity dinner held at the Sheraton Boston. In his address, guest of honor Governor Deval Patrick invited Neelam Wali, Chairperson of the Asian American Commission, to the State House to discuss issues related to the Asian community in MA.
The Buzzing Bee At NSF
Students from all over Massachusetts win NSF essay competition and excel in spelling, math, vocabulary and geography bees.
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In this Issue
Catch up, register and purchase tickets for the events during this upcoming fortnight including Sarva Dev Mandir New Year Eve's Party, IARI Cruise Party, Art of Living Course and I Leadership Choosing to Lead workshop.. [more]
|Not The Same Old Desi New Years|
"This is one of a kind New Year’s Eve celebration, certainly for our community in the New England area. And Rhode Island's gorgeous Narragansett Bay offers us the perfect opportunity to do something special and memorable." [more]
Indian dance be it Classical, Folk or Bollywood, has a strong presence in New England as it evidenced by some of the wonderful dance events during 2007. [more]
Director Shyam Benegal now wants to make a big budget film on the life of Gautam Buddha. Can you guess who the director wants to play the lead? [more]
|South Asian Art - In Memory Of Prashant H. Fadia|
In 2007 Lokvani started a new tradition to bring articles related to Indian art and architecture. From ancient temples to contemporary Indian art India's contribution to art is unquestionable. Here is PART I of the collection [more]
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