Vibrant Gujarat : KALLOL 2015


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Tots and teens showcase traditional talent

The Gujarati Samaj of NSW organised a very successful cultural program titled ‘KALLOL 2015’ on August I at the Bahai Centre in Silverwater. Over 200 children and youth between the ages of 3 and 15 participated in the mega event, which showcased a vibrant and colourful display of traditional dances and music to an ever-changing backdrop of synchronised images on large screen at the back of the stage.
“It is commendable that the younger generation is bringing out their best talent in traditional art and culture,” said Mr Jaydatt Nayak, President of the Gujarati Samaj. ‘KALLOL 2015’ ran for over six hours to a packed audience of over 500 people, and was deemed a highly successful and entertaining program.

The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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