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CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY

10th-16th April 2022

Nihal Nihal Nihal Productions (N3P), UK, wishes to celebrate the great achievements of India and its people, during a 7-day cultural festival in London, UK as follows:

Day 1&2: Yoga Fest will ignite people’s passion for yoga, which is a complete medicine in itself, and bless everyone with good health.

Day 3: Classical Raag Darbar Night. Indian classical music is one of the greatest forms of art, which has the power to transform and transport its audience. At its very core are the spiritual traditions of India, giving it a depth which transcends many other genres of music. Put simply, it stirs the soul.

Day 4: Youth Vaisakhi Evening. This magnetic and electrifying evening, filled with Punjabi culture and youthful energy, will include music jams, spoken word performances, traditional kavi darbar with a modern twist, showcase of technical innovations, world renowned youth speakers…

Day 5: Mega Vaisakhi Smagam. Vaisakhi commemorates the inauguration of the Khalsa in 1699. The Khalsa signifies freedom of belief, the concept of warriors with spiritual dispositions and the rejection of artificial distinctions based upon tribes, ethnicity and race. Vaisakhi is one of the most auspicious festivals in the Sikh calendar, which is celebrated in mid-April every year. To celebrate this festival of faith, courage and loyalty, this Mega Vaisakhi Smagam will take placd at one of the largest Gurdwaras in the UK: Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Southall.

Day 6: Mata Sahib Kaur Achievers Awards will bring recognition to those great Indians who have contributed to society as a whole.

Day 7: Grand Vaisakhi Cultural Fest. Traditionally, Vaisakhi is an ancient harvesting festival celebrated in India, specifically in the North Zone, in mid-April every year. It originated in regions near the Himalayan mountains and undivided Punjab, where winter is colder than the rest of the subcontinent. It is a festival of joy which commemorates the harvesting season. To celebrate this time, Hindus and Sikhs traditionally sing songs, dance, distribute food and socialise together in common areas. No Vaisakhi festival is complete without the energetic moves of the folk dances, Bhangra and Gidda. For the first time, an event like this will take place at Britain’s world-famous Natural History Museum in London, showcasing the colours, songs and traditions of Vaisakhi and Indian culture.

Day 1 & 2: Yoga Fest

10th & 11th April 2022

Yoga Fest will ignite people’s passion for yoga, which is a complete medicine in itself, and bless everyone with good health.

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Day 3: Classical Raag Darbar Night

12th April 2022

Indian classical music is one of the greatest forms of art, which has the power to transform and transport its audience. At its very core are the spiritual traditions of India, giving it a depth which transcends many other genres of music. Put simply, it stirs the soul.

The Classical Raag Darbar Night will be hosted at the world famous Barbican Theatre, in the heart of the financial capital of the world. This event will not only promote Indian classical music but will also touch the roots of centuries-old traditions, by reliving the music in its purest form.

Day 4: Youth Vaisakhi Evening

13th April 2022

This magnetic and electrifying evening, filled with Punjabi culture and youthful energy, will include music jams, spoken word performances, traditional kavi darbar with a modern twist, showcase of technical innovations, world renowned youth speakers and entertainers presenting Indianness in a unique and spectacular way. Super events need super venues, so the O2 Arena will be the perfect venue for this mega celebration of bright, bold and colourful Punjabiyat.

 

Day 6: Mega Vaisakhi Smagam

14th April 2022

Vaisakhi commemorates the inauguration of the Khalsa in 1699. The Khalsa signifies freedom of belief, the concept of warriors with spiritual dispositions and the rejection of artificial distinctions based upon tribes, ethnicity and race. Vaisakhi is one of the most auspicious festivals in the Sikh calendar, which is celebrated in mid-April every year. To celebrate this festival of faith, courage and loyalty, this Mega Vaisakhi Smagam will take placd at one of the largest Gurdwaras in the UK: Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Southall.

Day 6: Mata Sahib Kaur Achievers Awards 2022

15th January 2022

Mata Sahib Kaur Achievers Awards will bring recognition to those great Indians who have contributed to society as a whole.

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Day 7:

16th January 2022

Traditionally, Vaisakhi is an ancient harvesting festival celebrated in India, specifically in the North Zone, in mid-April every year. It originated in regions near the Himalayan mountains and undivided Punjab, where winter is colder than the rest of the subcontinent. It is a festival of joy which commemorates the harvesting season. To celebrate this time, Hindus and Sikhs traditionally sing songs, dance, distribute food and socialise together in common areas. No Vaisakhi festival is complete without the energetic moves of the folk dances, Bhangra and Gidda. For the first time, an event like this will take place at Britain’s world-famous Natural History Museum in London, showcasing the colours, songs and traditions of Vaisakhi and Indian culture.