Friday, August 19, 2022

Haryanvi community in Sydney celebrates Teej

Besides famous singer KD, renowned artists from Haryana such as Binder Dhanoda, Khasa Aala Chahar, Surendra Romeo, Indu Phogat and Sonali Phogat were among the performers

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Sydney recently saw its Haryanvi community celebrating Teej with pomp and show. In the event, there were songs by Haryanvi artists, and socially active people were honoured according to Haryanvi culture in the presence of dignitaries, reported NRI Affairs.

The Teej fair was organized in collaboration with Nain Events of Australia, Tinu Jat, Ravi Dalal and Naveen Rana. Many eminent artists of Haryana participated in this event, attended by people from all walks of life. Besides famous singer KD, renowned artists from Haryana such as Binder Dhanoda, Khasa Aala Chahar, Surendra Romeo, Indu Phogat and Sonali Phogat were among the performers.

“Every Haryanvi living here in Australia loves their culture. We remember our songs and music and always want to be associated with them. That’s why we invited young Haryanvi artists here so that people know how the culture is evolving.”

— Ravi Dalal, Organizer, Haryanvi Teej Mela

Ravi Dalal, one of the organizers of the Haryanvi Teej Mela, said that even while living abroad, every Haryanvi wanted to be associated with their culture. He said, “Every Haryanvi living here in Australia loves their culture. We remember our songs and music and always want to be associated with them. That’s why we invited young Haryanvi artists here so that people know how the culture is evolving.”

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