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India Day 2015 says
Indian Association of Sacramento (IAS) presents INDIA DAY 2015

This year's most awaited event of our community INDIA DAY is here and IAS would like to extend a warm invitation for you to join us in celebrating India Day.

Let's make this biggest Indian mela in the Sacramento area a jubilant celebration from start to finish. The regional orgnaizations and several Indian cultural academies in the Sacramento region have picked some of their best compositions and choreographers, to put together vibrant performances covering the vast breadth of Indian culture and heritage.
So please come and enjoy the show.

Following are some of the highlights of the event.

Painting, Collage Photography Rangoli, cooking and selfie competitions.

Flag Hoisting followed by Indian and US National anthem

Classical, Bollywood, and regional dances in various Indian languages

Many dignitaries attending and addressing the crowd

Prize distribution to the winners of various sports competitions

Parade to showcase the diversity of Indian culture

Mela like atmosphere with various stalls to visit including Indian jewelry and clothing

Many food vendors to cater to your taste buds including chaat stalls and an ice-cream stall with unique Indian flavors.


Event Details:

Date: August 8th, 2015 (Saturday)
Time: Competitions start at 11:30 am, Cultural program starts at 1:30 pm, Dandia /DJ at 7:30 pm.
Venue: Red Lion Woodlake Hotel Grand Ball Room, 500 Leisure Lane, Sacramento, CA 95815

Painting, Collage, Photography, Rangoli, Cooking, and Selfie Competitions:
Saturday, 8th August 2014. 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at Red Lion Woodlake Hotel.
For registrations and more details, Visit

Charity of the event: Anuraag Foundation
Anuraag Foundation is a US Based, 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity with a mission to support schools for mentally challenged children of poor families in India. Currently we are supporting 'Anuraag School for mentally Challenged" in Secunderabad, India. There are 100 students now in the school who are mainly drawn from slum areas around. For more info please visit

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