The popular festival of God of wisdom - Ganapati was celebrated in a grand manner last Sunday on September 20th at the India Center in Shrewsbury, MA. The planning team of this event was working very hard for last 2-to 3 months to make this event amazingly successful.
As always the overall atmosphere and mood during this festive day takes us all back home in India where our traditional ganeshotsav is being celebrated. The program started with a wonderful procession of "Ganapati" being sat in Palakhi ( a special carriage made for ganapati bappa. "गणपती बाप्पा मोरया । मंगल मूर्ती मोरया ।" was a typical chant, we could hear everywhere. The procession was led by enthusiastic and energetic Lezim presentation. The group of girls and ladies who danced along with catchy and super fast rhythm. An informative and interactive Ganapati Pooja was held by our Mrs. Pushpa Joshi. We are really grateful to Warty Kaka and Kaku for hosting the pooja.
Janmasthmani was celebrated on Friday September 4, 2015 at the India Center.
It was an evening with bhajans and delicious prasad.
Pictures of the event are posted on the ISW Facebook page
Unity in Diversity on show as India Day 15 rocks the DCU Center in Worcester
A packed house crowd celebrated India Day at the magnificent DCU Center on August 15, 2015. The grand festival featuring music, dance, food, activities and a bazaar has been organized by the India Society of Worcester for 27 years in smaller venues, but the DCU Center in Worcester was the largest venue to host the event to date.
New Englanders Celebrate India Day, ISW Fills DCU Center,.......
BOSTON—Thousands of Indians and Indian Americans celebrated India's Independence Day over the weekend across New England. The two largest events in the region were organized by India Society of Worcester (ISW) in Worcester, MA, and India Association of Greater Boston (IAGB) at Boston's Hatch Shell along the scenic Charles River.
The third annual ISW camping trip to Treasure Valley Boy scout Reservation in Rutland, MA was a great success. It was great to see many first time campers. It was nice to see several families with small children and grandparents. Activities included Archery, Riffle Shooting, Canoeing, Kayaking and field sports. Playing Antakshari and Tambola around the campfire while the kids had fun making Smores in the campfire added a cerian uniqueness to the trip. There was of course lots of India food and desserts. Many people went on a hiking trail or went around the reservation on bikes. Saturday night was perfect for star gazing. All volunteers did a magnificent job in planning the trip in great detail. The fun of this camping trip clearly comes out in the pictures posted on Facebook.
A hilarious family drama and a delightful comedy on - Saturday May, 13, 2017
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