Date(s) - 15/05/2022
12:00 am - 6:00 pm
The Swansea Indian Mela is an annual community event, showcasing the varied culture and diversity of the Indian community in Swansea and Wales. The charity organization, Indian Society of South West Wales has been organizing it for several years at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.
We welcome you to support and enjoy a spectacular array of entertainment events, ranging from experienced dancers to children’s performances. Have a taste of the range of Indian delicacies on sale, including vegetarian and non-vegetarian street food. Attend workshops on Indian cooking, learn the skills of wearing a sari and test your dancing skills with some folk dancing. You can learn some basics of yoga or enjoy having your hands decorated with henna painting. We also have various stalls displaying latest in fashion, arts & crafts. For the first time this year we are organizing a ‘Fashion Show’ showcasing unity in diversity undertaken by NHS staff, Swansea University students and members. We are also undertaking an art auction of paintings the proceeds of which will go to refugees affected by the war in Ukraine.
We are honoured by the presence and support of a number of eminent dignitaries like MS Jane Hutt Honourable Minister for Social Justice, Councillor Mary Jones Lord Mayor of Swansea, Mr. Raj Aggrawal Honorary Consul to Wales on behalf of the Indian High Commission, officers of South Wales Police & Armed Forces, senior academics from Swansea University, NHS staff and many more.
A complimentary Mela brochure, complete with a selection of articles and a traditional recipe, will be distributed from the reception desk on the day of event.
£4 per ticket. Children under 5 enter free. Pre booking not required. Tickets will be sold at entrance.
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