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Teeja Ko Lahara Ayo Bari Lai ---- The joy of Teej is in the Air! - 27/09/2015

Celebrating Womanhood : The first day of Teej is called Dar Khane Din  and the   grand  ladies of the  Camp Hope joined in a  feast at the TORAN,enjoyed  the wide variety of  sumptuous food. Dwarika's Hotel welcomed the ladies warmly as they tripped in and joined  in the mood of celebration. Dar comes a day before TEEJ - an occasion where all the women, both married and unmarried, mainly of Khas ethnicity, assemble  and sing  Teej songs and dance and pray to the Lords   in their finest attire  of red wedding saris and red fineries goddess.The HariTalika Teej festival is also celebrated to remember the reunion of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, the day when Lord Shiva accepted Goddess Parvati as his wife. 

 Toran celebrates Dar 


A feast to remember 

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"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.” Nelson Mandela. - 27/09/2015

The Camp Hope resounded with the sound of cheer and happiness as choruses from famous Nepali songs echoed through the neighbourhood-bringing a smile to the onlookers as they celebrated a day dedicated to childhood; The Children’s Day. 

Days of gruelling practising was worth every bit - the evening  turned out to be full of  unlimited fun and entertainment as girls grooved in  perfect timing to the  beat of the current Bollywood favourite, “Chittiya Kalaiya Re,” and toddlers sang Nepali favourites as the audience cheered along. 

Games, songs, dances and just good cheer ! 


Smiling onlookers enjoying the fun!

The  band belts out a favorite song

So much to cheer about...

A  soulful lovely  solo !