Celebrate 75 Years of India's Independence on August 14
USA Celebrates the Soul of India
Join NBHC, NBIAA and the Brahma Kumaris as we jointly and proudly celebrate 75 Years of India's Independence at the Anubhuti Retreat Center in Novato, CA.
Register at the following link and join us: https://bit.ly/75IndiaIndependence
The event is organized as a part of The Government of India's 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' festival, an initiative to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of progressive Independent India.
Anubhuti Meditation & Retreat Center, North Bay Hindu Center, and North Bay Indo-American Association are jointly hosting a public event, "The Soul of India," on the occasion of India's 75th anniversary of Independence Day.
This celebration will be held on Sunday, August 14 from 4 - 7 PM at:
Anubhuti Retreat Center
820 Bel Marin Keys Blvd
Novato, CA 94949
(Please find the attached flyer for more details and to register; visit - https://bit.ly/75IndiaIndependence)
The program will include various activities like tree planting, flag hoisting, dance & live music, and more. It is a great way to spread awareness among the public from all races and creeds about the rich cultural heritage of Indians in America and their many areas of contribution.
"In times of great uncertainty, it is necessary to bring about a positive outlook through
self-reflection so that we can remain stable under all circumstances in pursuing the American
dream," Sister Hema, co-coordinator of the retreat center, said.
The Brahma Kumaris has been in service in America for over 40 years, with branches offering various activities to promote inclusion, diversity, emotional wellbeing, youth empowerment, and strong economic growth by integrating intrinsic principles and values and much more.
The North Bay Hindu Center is dedicated to sharing the rich heritage of Hinduism with the communities in Marin and Sonoma counties through spiritual classes, youth programming, religious festivities, and cultural events.
NorthBay IndoAmerica (NBIAA) organizes events that bring the arts, culture, festivals, and cuisines of India to North Bay.