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Holi -The Festival of Colors

Getting to throw handfuls of brightly colored powder at friends and foes seems too good to be true.  Yes it’s true! Vedic Cultural Society invites all members of the public, from full-blooded Indians with understanding of festival to ne’er-do-wells who simply get a kick out of chucking dyed flour at strangers to celebrate the festival of color.

Holi -The Festival of colors announces the passing of winter and arrival of spring. It welcomes the spring and celebrates the new energy of the season, festival that breathes joyful atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind. Festival promotes friendship while offering an occasion to forgive and forget.

Throwing of colors with Rock/traditional music, Ethnic food, and shopping adds to this unique experience. We will supply bags of safe, non stain dry colors for a small donation of $ 2 each. For safety and health reasons, colors from outside are strictly prohibited.


For booths, volunteer opportunities, musical participation, and media inquiries, please call 630-355-5468 or visit our web site http://www.thefestivalofcolors.org

Admission is FREE.
Date: Saturday, May 14th, 2011
Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Place: Grand Pavallion - River walk
Naperville, IL 60540

Festival is one of the annual fundraiser for Simply Vedic Cultural Society. We are engaged in providing community services while promoting Cultural Diversity and education.  Simply Vedic is a registered non profit corporation with 501 © (3) status

 

 

Holi - The Festival of Colors

Getting to throw handfuls of brightly colored powder at friends and foes seems too good to be true.  Yes it’s true! Vedic Cultural Society invites all members of the public, from full-blooded Indians with understanding of festival to ne’er-do-wells who simply get a kick out of chucking dyed flour at strangers to celebrate the festival of color.

Holi - The Festival of colors announces the passing of winter and arrival of spring. It welcomes the spring and celebrates the new energy of the season, festival that breathes joyful atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind. Festival promotes friendship while offering an occasion to forgive and forget.

Throwing of colors with Rock/traditional music, Ethnic food, and shopping adds to this unique experience. We will supply bags of safe, non stain dry colors for a small donation of $ 2 each. For safety and health reasons, colors from outside are strictly prohibited.


For booths, volunteer opportunities, musical participation, and media inquiries, please call 630-355-5468 or visit our web site http://www.thefestivalofcolors.org

Admission is FREE.
Date: Saturday, April 24th, 2010
Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Place: Knoch Knolls Park
336 Knoch Knolls Road
Naperville, IL 60567

Festival is one of the annual fundraiser for Simply Vedic Cultural Society. We are engaged in providing community services while promoting Cultural Diversity and education.  Simply Vedic is a registered non profit corporation with 501 © (3) status

Vedic Cultural Society introduces "Holi - The Festival of Colors"

Naperville, IL – Imagine throwing colors at each other? Yes it is possible! Vedic Cultural Society of Naperville is pleased to introduce "Holi - the festivals of colors". The Festival will be held on April 24th, 2010 between 11 amto 4 pm. The festival will be held in the Community hall at Knoch Knoll park located at 336 Knoch Knolls Road, Naperville. Admission to the Festival is FREE.

Festival announces the passing of winter and arrival of spring . It welcomes the spring and celebrates the new energy of the season. A festival that breathes joyful atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind . Festival promotes friendship while offering an occassion to forgive and forget.

Throwing of colors, Rock and traditionl music, Ethenic food, and shopping provides this unique experience

For booths, volunteer opportunities, musical participation, and media inquiries, please call 630-355-5468 or visit our web site http://www.thefestivalofcolors.org

Vedic Cultural Society is a cultural wing of Simply Vedic– a registered non profit organization with 501 © (3) status. Simply Vedic is engaged in providing community services while promoting Cultural diversity. Simply Vedic also publishes a Quarterly theme magazine “Vedic Quest”

 

Indian Bazaar – “Chaos and Cheers Fest”

The Month of December brings a flurry of celebrations and spiritual quest leading up to culmination of Christmas and New Year Eve’s Chaos and Cheers. The Program’s aim is to add a twist to this experience with unique Christmas Shopping experience, taste of Ethnic Food and Traditional Indian music. For booths, volunteer opportunities, musical participation, and media inquiries, please call 630-355-5468. Admission is FREE.

Festival  is one of the annual fundraiser for Vedic Cultural Society engaged in culural Diversity and education.  Vedic cultural society is a registered non profit organization with 501 © (3) status.

Date: December 12th, 2009
Time: 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Place: Naperville North High school



Vedic Cultural Society introduces the Indian Bazaar “Chaos and Cheers Fest”

Naperville, IL – Vedic Cultural Society of Naperville is pleased to introduce the Indian Bazaar “Chaos and Cheers Fest”. The Festival will be held on December 12th, 2009 between 2 PM to 9 PM. The festival will be held in the Community hall at Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center located at 305 W. Jackson Avenue, Naperville. Admission to the Festival is FREE.

The Festival will showcase the Indian shops selling Arts, Handicrafts, Jewelry, and traditional clothing. The finest performers and musicians from numerous traditional genres, including folk, Celtic, roots and world music will add to the Cheer. Indian Food and snacks will provide a taste of India.

Complete information about the “Chaos and Cheers Fest” including list of performers, can be found at http://chaosandcheers.org . For more information and Media contact Naveen Sharma, Director, at 630-355-5468.

Vedic Cultural Society is a cultural wing of Virtual Mandir Inc. – a registered non profit organization with 501 © (3) status. Vedic cultural Society is engaged in fostering Cultural diversity and education while cultivating Vedic Culture for the benefit of young generation and all people. Vedic cultural society also publishes a Quarterly theme magazine “Vedic Quest”

 

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Indian Cultural Festival in Naperville, IL to benefit Vedic cultural center

Naperville, IL May 2nd 2009 - Virtual Mandir Inc. of Naperville is pleased to announce the launch of Indian cultural festival. The Indian cultural festival will be held on Saturday August 29th, 2009 at the Naperville community concert center -, Central Park Naperville – Downtown. The Festival will be open to public from Press release11:00 AM to 9:00PM.

The objective of the Indian cultural festival is to experience the Journey to the exotic, ancient land of Vedic India and experience its rich heritage and customs right here in Naperville! This cultural festival promises to entertain the whole family with dance and music performances, arts, clothing, crafts, and ancient spiritual customs. Through these various artistic and cultural presentations, the program’s aim is to demystify Indian traditions and to share its values of love and harmony that bind a family and community at large.

Indian Cultural Festival is estimated to attract approximately 3500 to 4000 people throughout the day. All receipts will benefit Vedic cultural center – a non profit organization.

For further information regarding sponsorship and other details for the Indian cultural festival, visit the web site http://www.indianculturalfestival.org  or e-mail information@simplyvedic.org, or call 630-355-5468.

Contact: Naveen Sharma
Virtual Mandir Inc.
information@simplyvedic.org

 

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Indian Cultural Festival

Naperville community concert center
Naperville - Downtown
Event listing
Journey to the exotic, ancient land of Vedic India and experience its rich heritage and customs right here in Naperville! This cultural festival promises to entertain the whole family with dance and music performances, arts, clothing, crafts, and ancient spiritual customs.
Through these various artistic and cultural presentations, the program’s aim is to demystify Indian traditions and to share its values of love and harmony that bind a family and community at large.

Date: Saturday, August 29th, 2009
From 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
FREE Admission

 

Proceeds from Festival will go to the Simply Vedic.- A registered Non Profit Organization with 501 (C) (3) status

© 2009 Simply Vedic