For 31 years, since 1986, the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork has hosted the ever popular Festival of India with folk and
For 31 years, since 1986, the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork has hosted the ever popular Festival of India with folk and classical dancing, mantra bands, yoga, sound baths, drama, cuisine, crafts, and a pageant of the World’s Most Popular Epic, the Ramayana, culminating in a spectacular fireworks display.
Every year the event has improved in significant ways and this year is no exception. Sonali Loomba is bringing Kathak and Bhangra dancers from other parts of the country to join her troupe. The dynamic Aakansha Maheswari, founder of BollyPop School of Dancing in Los Angeles, is flying in. The veteran multi-national cast of Ramayana (Rajiv and Gita Sharma, Ritchie Franklin, Kapil Sharma, Umesh Novall, Rakesh Raghava, Ramesh & Divyam Goel, Pakhi Misra, Virginia & Milda Shibonis) are ready to deliver their most thrilling performances yet.
The invitation is out for Jai Krishna and his Ananda Groove Band to wind everything up with a mini concert.
Experience the very best of India, without a ticket, passport, or without even leaving Utah Valley:
Sept 23, 5 pm – 8:30 pm @ magnificent Rajastani style Krishna Temple.
8628 S State Rd, Spanish Fork, 84660, UT
Registration is only $ 3 for adults and $ 1 for children REGISTER HERE
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