Press Release: INDIA DAY FAIR 2019, Saturday, August 10 Parramatta Park

Press Release

Attn: Sydney Media

INDIA DAY FAIR 2019, Saturday, 10 August, Coleman Oval, Parramatta Park

India Day Fair will take place on Saturday, 10th August, 12 midday to 9.00pm.

This is the 7th year of this popular fair, celebrating multiculturalism, India, Indian culture and 73rd Independence Day of India.

With dance, music, food, kids rides and spectacular fireworks, the Fair is likely to attract thousands of people throughout the day. Last year, there were 15000+ people attending the fair.

The Fair is being organised by Federation of Indian Associations of NSW (FIAN), an umbrella body of many Indian community organisations in NSW. FIAN has a substantial record of community work.

It is an alcohol-free and a family event, with no entry fee for people to attend.

 

More info: Dr Yadu Singh, President 0413375669, fianinc1@gmail.com

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Holi 2019: Festival of Colours on 10 March in Parramatta

SYDNEY, 28/2/19

Holi 2019: Festival of Colours is happening on Sunday, 10 March, 2019.

Venue: The Prince Alfred Square, Cnr Church Street and Victoria Road, Parramatta, NSW 2150.

Everyone is invited.

It’s a free and alcohol free event.

It’s supported by Parramasala and NSW Government.

Dr Yadu Singh

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Shraddhanjali (Tribute) to the former Prime Minister of India, The Hon Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Invitation

for

Shraddhanjali (Tribute)

to

The former Prime Minister of India, The Hon Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Saturday, 18 August, 2018, 12pm-2pm

The Grand Marion, Harris Park, NSW

Dr Yadu Singh

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India Day Fair, Saturday, 11 August, 2018, Parramatta

11/4/18

• India Day, 2018 (celebrating India)

• Saturday, 11 August, 2018

• 12-8.30pm

• Parramatta Park, Parramatta

Come | Enjoy | Celebrate India | Indian Culture | Food | Kids Rides | Fireworks | Multicultural event | Entertainment | Prizes | And much more |

Further info:

Dr Yadu Singh

fianinc1@gmail.com

http://www.fian.org.au

http://www.facebook.com/FianInc

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Happy Holi 2018

Sydney, 1 March, 2018

Happy Holi folks!

Holi is a well known Indian festival and is called the Festival of Colours.

This year, Holi falls on March 1 and March 2.

Holi will start with Holika Dahan, which takes place in the night between 1 and 2 March. People will gather, worship, sing, dance and party around the bonefire.

Rangwali Holi (festival of colors) will take place next morning ie 2 March.

In India, this is a free-for-all festival of colours. People play and colour each other with dry powder and coloured water. People from all segments, age and gender take part in the festivities.

It is celebrated all over India and countries where Indians, especially Hindus, have migrated to. People exchange pleasantries and good wishes, visiting homes of friends and relatives.

In Australia too, Holi festivities are organised by Indians in various cities. In Sydney, Holi events are lined up in Strathfield Park by Strathfield Australians of Indian Sub-continental Heritage (SAISH), and Dolls Point by South Asian Australian Association on Sunday, 4 March, 2018, in which I will take part.

More details of Holi festival: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holi

Dr Yadu Singh

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Salute & Tribute For the teachings and Supreme Sacrifice of Guru Sri Tegh Bahadur Ji on His Martyrdom Day

Sydney, 24 November, 2017

Pic taken from https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.dawn.com/news/amp/1311274

Today, 24 November, was the day in 1675 when 9th Guru of Sikhism, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur ji was assassinated by beheading in Delhi on the orders of Mogul emperor, Aurangzeb.

A day earlier, his three disciples, Bhai Mati Das, Bhai Sati Das & Bhai Dayala were also martyred under the orders of tyrant Aurangzeb, at Chandni Chowk, New Delhi for refusing to convert into Islam.

Let us all remember & commemorate ‘Shaheedi Divas’ (Martyrdom Day) of the Guru, also known as “Hind Di Chaadar” (the Shield of India), for his supreme sacrifice to protect right of freedom to worship and his stance and resolve to oppose forceful religious conversion.

Let us dedicate & commit ourselves to his and Sri Guru Granth Sahib’s teachings of oneness of mankind, universal brotherhood, valour, righteousness and compassion.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guru_Tegh_Bahadur

http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/sikhism/people/teghbahadur.shtml

Dr Yadu Singh

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Happy 71st Indian Independence Day

Sydney/15th Aug, 2017


India is celebrating 70th anniversary (71st Independence Day) today.

Indian Independence Day is a huge celebration not only in India, but everywhere where Indian diaspora has a presence.

On Saturday, 12 August, Federation of Indian Associations of NSW organized India day to celebrate Indian Independence Day in Parramatta Park.

Today, there will be a celebration at the Consulate General of India in Sydney, other Indian consulates in Australia and the High Commission of India in Canberra.

There are a few high profile receptions in the evening.

There would be a huge celebration including a military parade in New Delhi and a speech by the Prime Minister of India from the Red Forte.

Happy Independence Day!

Jai Hind! Hindustan Zindabaad!!

Dr Yadu Singh

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