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Sat, 06 Apr


Sheffield Winter Garden

Spring New Year Celebration - Free Entry

The beginning of the Lunar New Year is traditionally a joyous occasion throughout South Asia. Celebrating this, we present Indian dance titled ‘Mangalam’, meaning ‘luck and wellbeing’. As a diverse group of Sheffield people, we represent communal harmony, peace, and hope for our city and the future.

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Spring New Year Celebration - Free Entry
Spring New Year Celebration - Free Entry

Time & Location

06 Apr 2019, 15:00 – 16:00

Sheffield Winter Garden, Sheffield Winter Garden, 90 Surrey St, Sheffield S1 2LH, UK

About The Event

April 6, 2019 is the New year as per lunar calendar, celebrated across different regions of South Asian in their own unique ways, each having its own significance. In some south Indian states, it is celebrated as ‘Ugadi’, while in others as ‘Vishu’. In North India, the Punjabis celebrate as‘Vaisakhi’ and in western India as ‘Gudi Padva’. In eastern India, Manipuris enjoy as ‘Sajibu Cheiraoba’ while the Bengalis bathe in the holy Ganges on this day. Sindhis of both India and Pakistan celebrate the day as ‘Cheti Chand’.

We, at Sunrit Culture Group, on this auspicious day, present a sequence of Indian classical dance and music on 6th April 2019, at Winter Gardens starting 3pm. If weather permits we will also perform outdoors at Peace gardens. Everyone is welcome to share this moment with us. We all humbly look forward to have all your company and participation.

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