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Cultural events

Nottingham Becomes a UNESCO City of Literature: 11-12-2015

Independence Day of India at ICCA Nottingham

69th Republic Day of India, 2018

The 69th Republic Day of India was hosted by High Commissioner of India Mr Y. Sinha in London at the Intercontinental Hotel. The Chief Guest was Mr Mark Field, Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific.

South Asian Heritage closing ceremony

The South Asian Heritage Month closing ceremony was held on Friday 29th September 2017 at the Council House at Market Square and hosted by the Lord Mayor of Nottingham. From left to right: Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Cllr Edwards, Lady… Continue Reading →

European Capital of Culture 2023 bid

Proud to be living in Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature and aspiring European Capital of Culture 2023, 26 September 2017. We were brainstorming ideas, with a lot of questions and answers at Nottingham Council House, Market Square.

Exhibition by Jagdish Patel as part of South Asian Heritage Month, 23 September 2017

The local photographer and journalist Jagdish Patel interviewed some local people who came to live in England in the 50s, 60s and 70s and displayed their portraits and biographical stories.

Celebration in Nottingham of South Asian Heritage Festival, Trinity Square 2017

Celebration of South Asian Heritage Festival(SAHM) with dance and music at Trinity Square Nottingham, on 23rd September 2017. Dignitary was Mr Nat Puri, welcomed by Jai.

India’s Independence Day, 15th August 2016 at ICC Nottingham

Celebrating 150 year anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, Hindu Community Centre, Nottingham, 2011

Meerut University, 2008

Invited to Meerut University by the Vice Chancellor Mr Kak

Celebrating 60 years of the NHS, Nottingham Market Square, Nottingham Asian Arts Council, 2008

Nottingham Mela at Market Square, 2008

Nottingham Mela 2008 at Market Square, Nottingham Asian Arts Council

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