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  • Shibani Kashyap & Rosy Ahluwalia to represent India at The World’s Largest India Day Parade, New York

    Published on August 7, 2018

    New Delhi:   Bollywood Singer Shibani Kashyap and Bollywood Designer Rosy Ahluwalia hosted the press conference for World’s Largest India Day Parade, New York at The Imperial Spice, CP New Delhi.  The Conference witnessed Shibani Kashyap singing Vande Mataram a patriotic tribute to the Nation, following the same essence of patriotism Designer Rosy Ahluwalia showcased her Khadi collection. The Event was attended by renowned people from Delhi social circle like Nishi Singh, Anjana Kuthiala, Sarfaraz Hussain, Ruchika Krishnani, Rajni Kalra, Gopika Kalra to name a few…

    Bollywood Singer Shibani Kashyap & Bollywood Designer Rosy Ahluwalia to represent India at World’s Largest India Day Parade, New York. The 38th India Day Parade, celebrating India’s 72nd Independence celebration which will be held on August 19th  bringing people of diverse communities and ethnicities together for the largest parade outside India to mark the country’s Independence Day organized by Mr. Srujal Parikh President of Federation of Indian Associations (FIA) – New York.

    The 38th India Day Parade will feature tableaux by various Indian-American organizations, marching bands, police contingents and cultural performances by young Indian-American children. Bollywood Singer Shibani Kashyap will be performing live at the Gala Event and Designer Rosy Ahluwalia is the official designer for the Parade, representing Khadi. Along with these few eminent Indian artists like Actor Kamal Hasan, Shruti Hasan, Singer Kailash Kher Anupam Kher, Sir Vivan Richards will also be joining the Parade in New York.

    Shibani Kashyap stated” It’s a prestigious moment to represent India at Global Platform on its 72nd Independence Day celebration.  It’s a great honour to perform live in front of over lakh Indians coming from different parts of the country.”

    “Resenting Khadi a hand-woven natural fiber cloth, from India the Fabric That Became a Symbol of India’s Freedom struggle at Global platform on the occasion of India’s 72nd Independence day is a glorious moment, it’s a great effort towards bringing the next generation of Indian-Americans closer to India’s cultural and heritage “Said Rosy Ahluwalia.