Tuesday, June 13, 2006


3. Sewa International Hosts an Event to Instill Proud in Indian Culture
Press Release

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, May 29, 2006: Sewa International, a non-profit volunteer organization, hosted a successful event called Hansi ke favvare (Fountains of Laughter) in Atlanta, Georgia on May 29, 2006. Three stand-up comic acts set the flavor for the event that was organized to instill proud in Hindu culture. Abhinav Shukla presented his poetry on every day Indian life from his college days to his cooking experiences that delighted the audience. Baba Mourya, a singer, painter and cartoonist who has worked in television, captured the audience with humorous stories. Baba also painted images on the spot of Lord Rama, Lord Hanuman, Veer Chhatrapati Shivaji, Swami Vivekananda and Mother India that were auctioned off to participants. The third poet, Rajesh Chetan, who writes daily columns for national newspapers, recited verses that call for peace in the world. The press release adds, "An additional attraction at the event was an exhibition on Hindu Culture and Dharmic Traditions of India prepared by the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh. Origins of Vedic culture, concept of God, contributions of ancient India to science and mathematics, Ayurveda, and other topics were presented in a simple but appealing format."


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