On 15 August, India celebrated the country's 66th Independence Day.
For this this occasion,
the Groningen Indian Students Association (GISA)
is organizing cultural festivities on 18 August.
For the first time ever in Groningen, there will be a
special Indian classical dance performance. All international students are invited to come and see the performance!
GISA promotes the Indian culture and festivities in the Netherlands, and works to create a spirit of togetherness. It provides a showcase of India's rich cultural heritage in variety of cultural and social events. This festival will be an opportunity for all proud Indians to praise this auspicious day and for all other international students to enjoy the colorful Indian culture.
More information on the Classical Indian Dance performance
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