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  • Enrichment of the Soul: Laughter – Hasya Kavi Sammelan

    Enrichment of the Soul: Laughter – Hasya Kavi Sammelan May 2019 - The 4th Atlanta Hasya Kavi Sammelan by Atlanta Hindi Association and the International Hindi Association brought Padma Shri Dr. Surendra Dubey, Mahendra Ajanabi, and Shabina Adeeb from India.

  • Sudden deaths in the community inspire health seminar

    Sudden deaths in the community inspire health seminar May 2019 - With the disturbing number of sudden deaths, Greater Atlanta Telangana Society (GATeS) arranged a health seminar with Dr. Gangasani (cardiology), Dr. Gunna (diabetes), and Dr. Sappati (colon cancer).

  • Huge Turnout at the 41st SAI Health Fair

    Huge Turnout at the 41st SAI Health Fair May 2019 - SAI Health Fair with Georgia Indian Nurses Association (GINA) hosted its 41st health fair, organized by Dr. Sujatha Reddy as a tribute to Gandhi's nonviolence, community service, and social justice.

  • Record participation in TAMA Biannual Chess Tournament

    Record participation in TAMA Biannual Chess Tournament May 2019 - Biannual chess tournaments, rated and unrated, have beeen part of Telugu Association of Metro Atlanta (TAMA)'s sports events for the past five years. The first chess event of 2019 had 130 participants.

  • Mallika Sarabhai’s moving dance-drama: a roar for women’s freedom

    Mallika Sarabhai’s moving dance-drama: a roar for women’s freedom April 2019 - International Women’s Day in Atlanta: 1) with living legend of dance, Mallika Sarabhai and “The Colours of Her Heart,” and 2) pre-show recognition of 22 women for community leadership.

  • Chantlanta, kirtan-based festival, strives for better world

    Chantlanta, kirtan-based festival, strives for better world April 2019 - Chantlanta, Atlanta’s Sacred Music Festival, celebrated its 10th anniversary with a Krishna Das concert at the Church on Ponce & Highland, his workshop at Yugal Kunj, and much more.

  • Bengali drama, adapted from an ancient Greek play, shows women uprising

    Bengali drama, adapted from an ancient Greek play, shows women uprising April 2019 - A Bengali play “Boiridesher Rupkotha,” adapted from the ancient Greek play “Lysistrata,” showed women uprising against atrocities faced in a male dominated society and amidst warmongers.

  • Devotees across Atlanta throng temples on Mahashivaratri

    Devotees across Atlanta throng temples on Mahashivaratri April 2019 - Temples across Atlanta and surrounding cities—Hindu Temple of Atlanta and many others—and other community organizations celebrated Mahashivaratri with a variety of cultural programs and pujas.

  • Sadhana Mandir devotees performed puja at individual altars for Mahashivratri

    Sadhana Mandir devotees performed puja at individual altars for Mahashivratri April 2019 - Mahashivratri was celebrated by Sadhana Mandir in Global Mall. About 150 platforms (small altars) were arranged so that devotees could sit and perform the detailed puja.

  • Comic poems enlivened the 11th Hindu Urdu Sanjhe Bol

    Comic poems enlivened the 11th Hindu Urdu Sanjhe Bol April 2019 - Hindi Urdu Sanjhe Bol is a program of poetry recitation organized by Manju Tiwari and Sandhya Saxena Bhagat. The subject of this eleventh year program was comic or fun poems.

 

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