Event Location : Vallhall Arena, 0663, Oslo, Norway
Event Date : SATURDAY 19th OCTOBER 2019.
Event Time : 18:30 to 22:30
Event Dress code :Semi Ethnic
Different types of food will be available with extra minimal cost.
Age 6 years and above : 50 NOK
Age 5 and below : FREE
The Festive season is around the corner and the celebrations are gonna start soon and what better way to start it with other than dancing to the tunes of Garba and Dandiya on folk, Gujarati and Hindi songs.
We feel great pleasure in inviting you with your family and friends for Garba and Dandiya for Sewa function in Oslo. Come and join us for a fun-filled evening as Garba and Dandiya music and have a great time with family and friends. All money we collect will be donated to Sewa Bharati project in India for SEWA purpose. You are welcome to register HERE.
(All the profit from the event will be donated to victims of flood in various parts of India through Sewa International.)
Let us add spice & color to the dandiya night by dressing up in our most colorful traditional attire & look exquisite!!
Looking forward to seeing you all!
Festsesongen er rett rundt hjørnet og hvilken bedre måter finnes det enn å starte feiringen ved å danse Garba og Dandiya på folkemusikk, Gujarati og Hindi-sanger.
Vi inviterer derfor deg, din familie og venner med stor glede til Garba og Dandiya under Sewa arrangementet i Oslo.
Kom og bli med oss for en morsom kveld gjennom dans til Garba- og Dandiya-musikk. Alt overskuddet fra arrangementet vil bli donert til ofrene for flom i forskjellige deler av India gjennom Sewa International.
La oss krydre og farge kvelden ved å kle oss ut i våre mest fargerike tradisjonelle antrekk og se bra ut!
– Alle deltakere må være forhåndsregistrert og deltakere må fylle ut det online registreringsskjemaet.
– Alle deltakere må være i tradisjonelle klær.
– Lett mat og drikke vil bli solgt der.
– Dandiya blir solgt der.
Gleder oss til å se dere alle!
Dandiya Raas is the most popular dance of Gujarat, India. The dance is so popular that it is performed not only in the state, but throughout India. Infact, it is a special feature of the Navratri festival. The festival is celebrated to pay homage to the nine incarnations of Mata Amb, the Mother Goddess. People observe fasts on all nine days of the festival and pay regular visits to temples. While the days are filled with devotion towards the deity, the nights are vibrant, reflecting the festive spirit at its peak. Special arrangements are made for Dandiya dance performances. Even the state government organizes special event for the enjoyment of the people.
Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS), is a voluntary, non-profit, social and cultural organization. SANGH, as the organization is popularly known, aims to organize the Hindu community in order to preserve, practice and promote Hindu ideals and values.
HSS conducts structured programs of regular athletic and academic activities to develop strong character and leadership skills in its members (known as swayamsevaks for men and sevikas for women), emphasizing values such as self-discipline, self-confidence and a spirit of selfless service (sewa) for humanity.