Category : India

270. Carassauga 2012, a Report

  Last Sunday, Carassauga¬†started off badly for me. I thought I had planned my visit carefully by choosing only five countries. I only had

267. This weekend in Multicultural Toronto.

  This coming weekend May 25-27, there’s Doors Open, an opportunity to visit any of 135 buildings including a Turkish mosque, an exquisite Tibetan

265. Multicultural Doors Open

  Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. 12-5pm. Some buildings close earlier. Over 135 buildings in the GTA are open to the public

259. Sikh Khalsa Day Report

  The Khalsa Day event was fantastic as usual. The Sikhs are so well organized. At the CNE, volunteers served great vegetarian food to

  Free Israeli, British, Roma, Bulgarian, Burmese, Buddhist, & Sikh events are on this weekend. In addition there’s International Dance Day and the documentary

From now until the end of April, multicultural Toronto will be celebrating Orthodox Easter, and the Sikh’s Khalsa Day Parade. Passover continues until April

I fell in love with storytelling around campfires at a cottage or summer camp many years ago. Last year’s Storytelling Festival brought back those

235. Holi (Gaura Purnima) in Toronto

On Wednesday March 7 or Thursday, March 8, Toronto Hindus will be celebrating the festival of Holi, Gaura Purnima. It is a religious festival.

226. Games and Prices, Kismet Wedding Show

  The fashion show at the Kismet Wedding Event last Sunday was a lot more fun than its rival, the Suhaag bridal show, the

225.  A Report on the Suhaag Wedding Show

I’m so glad someone told me about last Sunday’s Suhaag Wedding Show. It was worth the $8 entry fee. Suhaag is the biggest south