Sydney, 22nd Aug, 2015
INDIA DAY by Federation of Indian Associations of NSW was a spectacular success
India Day to celebrate Indian Independence Day on Saturday 15th August, 2015 in Parramatta was a huge success with 10,000+ people attending it throughout the day, starting at 1PM and finishing at 7.30PM. This was a family event, and alcohol-free event, which they enjoyed with food, fun, culture and kids’ rides culminating in a spectacular firework display, which lit the sky of Parramatta.
A variety of performances, whether it be singing, dancing or tributes to India were thoroughly enjoyed by the attendees. Apart from the entertainment, there were a huge range of activities on offer, including the Parramatta Eels’ hosting a ball throwing competition, face painting, bumper cars and other festival games. Many businesses presented their stalls to the attendees, meaning there was never a shortage of things that engaged the amazing crowd present.
Federation of Indian Associations of New South Wales (FIAN) is proud to have hosted this event with the support of Parramatta Council and businesses like Value World Travel, Western Union, State Bank of India, Air India, Multiconnexions, Telstra, Slim TV, SRK real estate, Bank of Baroda, and many others including media, especially Vikram Sharma from Voice of India-Monika Geet Mala and Arti Banga from Desi.com.au for their invaluable support and promotion.
Lucky draw to win a free return economy ticket to any city anywhere in the world, courtesy Value World Travel, was a huge attraction for people who attended INDIA DAY.
FIAN thanks people and political leaders for attending India Day on 15th August.
FIAN President Dr Yadu Singh said, “We are thrilled with the huge success of India Day. Full credits go to the team which worked very hard to deliver this marvellous event for the community, which has sizeable presence in Parramatta and Western Sydney.”
FIAN Vice President, Mahesh Raj, said “Our hard work gave us spectacular results as 10000+ people joined in for the event.”
Sydney’s popular newspaper covered India Day. http://m.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/parramatta/photos-fngr8huy-1227491258835?page=1Sydney’s
FIAN’s Secretary, Satish Bhadranna, said, “I am proud to have a wonderful team which included John Niven, Kumar Madappa, Vicky Ahuja, Chand Chadha and Mahesh Raj, under the overall leadership of President, Dr Yadu Singh, which was the key factor in delivering this event. Bigger and better things are going to be delivered by this team for the community.”
Vicky Ahuja, Joint treasurer, said, “There is a need to involve younger segment of our community in events and activities of the community. We had created a medium to make this happen during this event and will continue to involve then in our future events and activities.”
FIAN thanks the gracious presence of the Hon Phillip Ruddock MP, the Hon Michelle Rowland MP, the Hon Luke Foley MP, the Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Dr Geoff Lee MP, Matt Kean MP, Hugh McDermott MP, the Hon Daniel Mookhey MLC, the Hon David Clark MLC, Julie Owens MP, Julia Finn MP, Clr Scott Lloyd Lord Mayor Parramatta Council and many councillors for adding depth and strength to India Day.
FIAN is an Umbrella organisation of many community associations and individual members, with proven record of community work and services. They believe in outcomes for the community and work with focused approach for projects they take up. Selfless service, with accountability and transparency, is their guiding motto. More will be heard about/from them in weeks to come. They have an ambitious agenda for the community, which will be communicated soon. They are desirous of working with all good groups, people, businesses, media, NSW Government, Indian Government and Governmental agencies.
FIAN info: www.fian.org.au, www.Facebook.com/FianInc, http://www.Twitter.com/FianInc
Few pictures are attached with this press release.
More pics: http://niradh.com.au/indiaday
For further information contact Dr Yadu Singh, President, Federation of Indian Associations of NSW on 0413 375 669 or firstname.lastname@example.org