Bandeesh music group raises funds for a Hindu charity

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A bollywood music charity program was held on 19th May 2018 in Sydney. It was a house full with people dancing to the tunes of yesteryears. Part of the ticket proceeds is being shared by Hindu Benevolent Fund (HBF) of Hindu Council of Australia. HBF fund was established to provide financial support to individuals and families in dire need of financial help to meet their day to day needs. 

Art telling Ramayana, Hindu story, at Carlos Museum

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An exhibit of art at the Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University is highlighting events told in the Ramayana, a sacred text of Hinduism.

The exhibit opened in January, and Coweta residents have been among the visitors viewing the paintings filled with bright colors and elaborate detail. The paintings date from the 17th-19th centuries.

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HBF Fund Raising Event – LOVE you Zindgi 19th May 2018

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Hindu Council of Australia (Sydney) in Association with Bandeesh Group presents its fund raising event LOVE you Zindgi, a Bollywood Musical Journey. Part of the money raised will go towards Hindu benevolent Fund to help people in crisis.

HBF Fund Raising Bollywood Musical Journey

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Hindu Council of Australia along with Bandeesh group is arranging a Bollywood Musical Journey. Par tof the profits from the event will go to Hindu Benevolent Fund (HBF). HBF has been established bu Hindu Council of Australia to provide financial support to individuals and families in dire need of financial help to meet their day to day needs.  

Date: Saturday the 19th May 2018
Time: 5:00 pm to 8:15 pm followed by light dinner.
Venue: Pacific hills Performing Arts Centre – Dural, NSW
Name of the Event: LOVE YOU ZINDAGI
Type of Event: Bollywood musical show with Live Orchestra
Ticket Price: $ 30 including light Dinner OR $ 25 without Dinner
Venue Capacity: 472 seats

Gargi Woman Poornima Sharma

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Winner of Gargi Woman Award 2018 – (Performer)

By Bharathi R

Poornima Sharma has been awarded Hindu Council of Australia’s Gargi Woman Award 2018 for her outstanding contribution as a performer. The award consisting of a plaque was presented to her by Federal Member of Parliament  Hon. Michelle Rowland  and Councillor Hill Shire Reena Jethi, representing Hon Ray Williams – Minister for Multicultural .

Poornima is an innovative dancer and choreographer for last 22 years. She has fulfilled her dreams of successfully mixing classical and semi classical dance forms with Bollywood  style of dancing. She learnt dancing in Indian Dance centre that was established in 1987 by Raghavan Nair, her father.

In 2003 Raghavan Nair Ji passed  his responsibilities to his daughter for running  India Dance Centre (IDC) as an Artistic Director. Since then she has successfully taken the IDC company to new heights by performing many shows nationally in Australia as well as Internationally. She has received many awards for her latest project “RAMAYANA”. She is a role model to give new dimension to dance in national and international level.

Poornima Sharma has been awarded the Gargi Woman Award for her outstanding service to the community as a Performer.