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HindiUSA Plainsboro spotlights Hindu culture

The expo was inaugurated by Mayors who attended by launching the first poster provided by HSS

In an effort to spotlight Hindu culture, HindiUSA’s West Windsor Plainsboro chapter partnered with the Plainsboro Public Library and Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS) to host Darshana exhibition at Plainsboro, New Jersey.

The Hindu awareness exhibition included several artworks that allowed individuals around the US to learn about one of the oldest civilizations in the world, including topics ranging from matters relating to Hindu philosophies, festivities, and additionally their way of life.

According to a release, Gulshan Mirg planned the exhibition for three months and was the main motivator for the success of the event. Vice principal of High School South, Ernie Covington in an interview expressed how the event helped him gain newfound knowledge and helped others understand the ancient Hindu civilization as well.

The Mayors inaugurated the event by launching the first poster provided by HSS and marked the start of the exhibition. The program commenced with a Tikka ceremony where the vermillion paste was placed on the foreheads of the attendees which was followed by two dance performances – Bharatanatyam and Odissi.

Dignitaries including the Mayor of Plainsboro Peter Cantu, Mayor of West Windsor Hemant Marathe, Venkat from the HSS board, Committee member of Plainsboro Neil Lewis, director of the Plainsboro Library Darren Miguez, West Windsor’s Councilwomen Andrea Mandel and Sonia Gawas, Human Relations Council chair Jyotima Prasad, School Board Members Miss Elizabeth George-Cheniara, Dana Krug, Pooja Bansal, Plainsboro Fire Company Firefighter Surabhi Arora, Rescue Squad president Arun Bantval and vice president Neena Karnad and members fromHindiUSA's expo spotlights Hindu culture other departments graced the event.









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