Venue: St. John's High School, 378 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Come celebrate Christmas in uniquely Indian style.
FREE admission. Music, Food and Pictures with Santa
~By Ragini Seth
February 10, 2013 at India Center
In spite of the record breaking snowfall the previous evening, Vasant Panchami Puja was attend by at least 70 to 75 people all dressed in various shades of yellow to welcome Spring. The Satsang was sponsored by Rani Nautiyal and the Seth Family.
After a few minutes of meditation led by Bharati Bhakta, the significance of the Puja was read out by Sanjul Seth followed by bhajans sung by Vithal and Bharati Bhakta, Nisha and Divya Bawa, Arathi Cowlagi, Rani Nautiyal and Vibha Dhingra.
At the Annual general body meeting in January, The India Society of Worcester elected a new Executive Committee, Nominating Committee and members to the Board of Trustees and the Chair of the Governnace Committee.
Please welcome our new office bearers !
ISW celebrated the India's Independence day with the customary enthusiasm and joy in August 2012 at the Italian American Center in Worcester .
The event featured booths from different business , some of the popular ones were like jewellery , Mehandi , clothes and delicious food from Bollywood Grill. They not only had full meals but served fresh chaat, Dosas , sweets , and fresh sugar cane juice which is rare delicacy.
~ by Rithika Kulathila
This week, we welcome a new correspondent for eSandesh. Rithika is a young ISW member who feels passionately about getting our community more involved in the political process. - Ed.
There are 77,177 people living in this state that identify as Asian Indian as of the 2010 census. That means there are 77,177 unique voices, 77,177 stories and 77,177 truly different struggles here in the state of Massachusetts. Although there are many of us that travelled from many different places in order to come to the United States, most of us came here for a better life.
~ By Claudette Rowley and Sushilaa Pathalam
Under the best of circumstances, managing conflict in the workplace can be a tricky proposition. Managers and employees alike are often reluctant to address a conflict due to fear of making it worse, discovering it can’t be resolved, or not knowing the best way to approach the resolution process.
Unresolved conflict has a high cost. A 2008 study from CPP found that U.S. employees spent approximately 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict equaling $359 billion in paid hours.
In addition to the financial toll, unresolved conflict has key effects on productivity, decision making and employee retention. Managers are often called to resolve disputes between employees, on teams or between departments. In today’s stressed work environment, it’s easy for managers (and employees) to make the following five mistakes.
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