Namaste from Nepal! Although we’ve had another non-damaging earthquake last week, the situation is still unnerving. Recent festivals are over, the English new year has passed, and with it we hope the blockade, which has severely crippled the economy and distressed millions, is approaching its end, although long queues remain to obtain essential commodities, like […]Continue reading
Fundraiser article in American Baha’i Magazine.
Dear Friends, Attached is an article in the latest American Bahai regarding the fundraising concert in Orange County. The concert was for the benefit of Mr. Parvini’s charitable foundation, the Children’s Education Foundation, which used the proceeds of the concert to provide substantial financial assistance to NECO Foundation, which supports our orphanage. Children’s Education Foundation […]Continue reading
Jessika Baral Volunteers for Children
Dear Friends, Odissi Dance is one of the eight classical dance forms of India and the oldest surviving one, first started as a secular dance and later performed in religious places dating back almost 2,000 years ago. The dance is characterised by various bhangas (stances), which involves stamping of the foot and striking various postures […]Continue reading