KCdesi Wishes everyone a Very Happy Dussehara!
For the first time ever,
Telugu Association of Greater Kansas City
Kansas City Telangana Cultural Association
present a united Bathukamma Festival in Kansas City
Featuring Folk Singer Niharika
On Oct 1, 2022 3PM-9PM
@ The Hindu Temple
Free Entry * Free Food
Bathukamma Celebrations on a Grand Scale
For details and how you can contribute, please contact any of the following:
Asha-Jyothi 5K Run/Walk is a fun family event for both adults and kids of all ages, after the race, there will be medals for kids, raffle prizes and home made brunch. Asha-Jyothi is volunteer based non-profit organization dedicated to serving underprivileged kids by providing access to education and healthcare.
AJ Quick Facts:
– 100% volunteer organization
– 100% of your donation goes to the cause, no overhead
– 6250+ kids being educated every year
KCdesi welcomes Fly Bird Travels!
*DINACHARYA WORKSHOP on Sunday, Sept 11, – 10.30 am – 1.00 pm PT*
All are welcome! http://tiny.cc/wellness091122
*Dinacharya in Ayurveda means ‘daily routine’.*
It is a powerful way to cultivate positive change in your physical and emotional well being. Dinacharya practices are simple and effective and help to balance doshas, support in detoxifying the body and also aid digestion and absorption, among other benefits.
*You will be guided through:*
– Fundamental principles of Ayurveda including dosha, prakriti, and vikriti (constitution and imbalance)
– How to recognize imbalances in yourself and take steps to restore balance
– Rhythms of the body and nature (circadian rhythms and body clock)
– Daily powerful practices including oil massage, nasya, oil pulling and more
– Tips to keep an optimal balanced digestive fire
– Build immunity, get quality sleep
Two exclusive Events by Gujarati Samaj Sept 16th and 18th!
Happy Janmashtami to everyone celebrating (birthday of Sri Krishna, the source of well known Bhagavad Gita)💕💐🙏
Krishna is known as the universal Guru.
There is a deep meaning behind the story of his breaking the pot (matka) and the butter (makhan) coming out of it. Here, the matka represents the body while butter represents the essence. Only when the outer covering is destroyed do we get the makhan.
What covers our blossomed consciousness is the sense of limited identification, the sense that “I am the body”. When we are happy, we “break out” by bursting into laughter. Similarly when love blossoms, we are “bursting with love”: that is the nectar inside us coming out as love; the handiwork of Krishna!
Krishna is known as makhan chor; he is the only thief who has been glorified! He steals the hearts of those who experience love; those whose consciousness has blossomed.
– Gurudev Sri Sri ..
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Vana Bhojanam or Picnic in nature is a tradition of Telugu culture. It is a celebration of the nature we live on. Join us for a Vana Bhojanam/special picnic on a beautiful sunny day with friends!
ఎక్కడ : శనివారం(Aug 20th, 2022)హెరిటేజ్ పార్క్ షెల్టర్ 7 లో
సమయం : : 2.30pm – 10.00pm
We will end the event with hoisting Indian Flag to mark 75th Indian Independence Day!
JOIN THE FUN-FILLED EVENING!
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Sangam was established in 1995. Sangam has served the Kansas City Bengali speaking community in various ways. Sangam is a pioneer of promoting Bengali Culture in the Midwest Region. Since 1996, Sangam has organized several Bengali Cultural Events like Midwest Bengali Conferences/Banga Mela and served the community by promoting Bengali Culture and Education. Through those various Banga Mela, Sangam brought many music & theater stalwarts, such as, Soumitra Chatterjee, Nandikar Theater Group (Rudraprasad Sengupta, Swatilekha Sengupta, Sohini Sengupta, Debshankar Halder), Sayak Theater Group (Meghnad Bhattacharya), Feroza Begum, Rezwana Bannya Choudhuri, Samit Bhanja, Lopamudra Mitra, Madhabi Mukherjee, Sabitri Chatterjee, Kabir Suman, Sabina Yasmin, Srikanta Acharya, Saoli Nitra, Pramita Mallick, Indranil Sen, Shubhomita Banerjee and many other esteemed artists.
Continuing the legacy, Sangam is organizing Midwest Banga Mela on September 9 – 10, 2022, Co-Hosted by BAGKC and invited many International and Domestic Artists. Please join us to celebrate this occasion TOGETHER…
Please visit my stall at Indiafest for Banarasi Katan, Banarasi Khaddi Georgette, Kanchi Soft Silks, Georgette embroidered sarees, Raw Silks, Organza silks with digital print, Narayanpet cottons, and ready made saree blouses and much more!
Presenting Ethnic Weaves From India:
Kanchipuram Soft Silk
Khaddi Georgettes and Chiffons
Linens, Ikkats and more.
Ready Made Blouses Available.
Visit Us At IndiaFest – Please WhatsApp me now 816-916-8133
The World Culture Festival is a global event series, organized by the Art of Living, that aims to build a more compassionate and harmonious society by bringing the people of the world together in celebration. Through song, dance, meditation, and dialogue, we share and explore our rich cultural diversity, and honor the underlying spirit that connects us all as one global family.
Why now? The past few years have brought extraordinary challenges to every strata of society. Divisions have been emphasized, and across the globe, feelings of isolation are at an all-time high. The World Cultural Festival aims to lift our spirits in celebration and unity, and replace feelings of isolation with a sense of belonging and community; reminding us all that we belong to the same planet, the same spirit, and the same global family … And that’s something worth celebrating.
This event at JCCC will showcase song, dance, dialogue, and food representing our rich cultural diversity.
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