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NSIA Navratri 2017 Garba Dandiya Nights

Posted by Mayank Patel on September 15, 2017 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear friends

North Shore Indian Association proudly to invite you and your family and friends for our 8th anniversary 2017 starting with one of our favorable festival “Navratri” (Nine Nights).

We are celebrating Navratri in group traditional dance; we call “Rass – Garba”. NSIA is celebrating this event for two nights of nine nights. We are also thankful to North Shore Event Centre, who is supporting us for giving space for this beautiful event.

This place is making successful event year by year. This event has free entry and more than 700 cars parking at NSEC, Silverfield, Off Porana Road, Glenfield, North Shore, Auckland.

NSIA is a non-profitable organization dedicated to community services. We would like to keep a live our great Indian culture, tradition and teach our new generation the intrinsic traditional values and the great Indian heritage.


When:

Friday 22 September, 7:30pm – 1:30am

Saturday 23 September, 7:30pm – 1:30am

Where:

North Shore Events Centre, Silverfield & Argus Place Entrances, Wairau Valley


Entry & car parking: free

What's the Significance of Navratri?

During Navratri, we invoke the energy aspect of God in the form of the universal mother, commonly referred to as"Durga," which literally means the remover of miseries of life. She is also referred to as"Devi" (goddess) or "Shakti" (energy or power).

It is this energy, which helps God to proceed with the work of creation, preservation and destruction. In other words, you can say that God is motionless, absolutely changeless, and the Divine Mother Durga, does everything.Truly speaking, our worship of Shakti re-confirms the scientific theory that energy is imperishable. It cannot be created or destroyed. It is always there.

Why Worship the Mother Goddess?

We think this energy is only a form of the Divine Mother, who is the mother of all, and all of us are her children. "Why mother; why not father?", you may ask. Let me just say that we believe that God's glory, his cosmic energy, his greatness, and supremacy can best be depicted as the motherhood aspect of God.

Just as a child finds all these qualities in his or her mother, similarly, all of us look upon God as mother. In fact, Hinduism is the only religion in the world, which gives so much importance to the mother aspect of God because we believe that mother is the creative aspect of the absolute.

Thank you all for your support to community.

Regards,

NSIA Team

Sri Krishna Janmasthami with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on August 10, 2017 at 4:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear friends

North Shore Indian Association celebrates Krishna Janmasthami Utsav

In North Shore Saturday 19th August 2017.

Please accept our humble greetings on Sri Krishna Janmasthami festival. It is our pleasure to invite you, your family and friends to this year’s Sri Krishna Janmasthami celebrations. This will be a great opportunity to celebrate fun filled Parnu Zulan & Matki fod event in North Shore.

To mark this auspicious occasion, Devotees can bring their Aartis & Prasaad and can offer it to the Lord Sri Krishna.

Please do RSVP by 14th August to Jigar Patel on 0275593620 or email: [email protected]

For more information visit NSIA website: - www.nsiaorg.webs.com

Event Details

Date: Saturday 19th August 2017.

Time: 2.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Activities: Parnu Zulan & Matki Fod followed by Dinner

Place: Marlborough Primary School, Wykeham Place, Glenfield, North Shore

Thanks for your support to community.

Regards,

NSIA team

 

Holi 2017 with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on March 10, 2017 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Dear Friends,

North Shore Indian Association is inviting all friends, family to take part into the celebration of 'Holi', same as last year, we will be playing Holi with Water & Gulal and that will be provided by NSIA.

 

Event date: 18th March 2017

Day: Saturday

Time: 2pm onwards

Venue: Marlborough Primary School, Wykeham Pl, Glenfield, Auckland 0629.

 

We have a dinner arrangement at the event venue after the event.

 

To make catering easy please do your RSVP by Tuesday 14th March to Jigar Patel on

09-4448890 or mobile 0275593620 about members are coming from your family or guest friends.

 

 

Thank you for your kind cooperation to community.

 

NSIA team

www.nsiaorg.webs.com

 

Diwali 2016 Celebration with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on October 20, 2016 at 8:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Hi Everyone,

North Shore Indian Association cordially invites you and your family to celebrate Diwali Festival 2016. Please do come and get together with your friends and family in this Diwali festival organised by North Shore Indian Association. There is lots of entertainment and fun for all ages. Some of listed below:

 

• Festival Dances by Kids

• Musical instruments playing by kids

• Diwali Fun games

 

And finally, Diwali Dinner will be served after programme.

5th November Saturday 4.30 pm Onwards

Venue: Glenfield Primary School

101 Chivalry Road

Glenfield, North Shore

Please RSVP for Dinner by Wednesday 26th October.

For NSIA Members – Free dinner

For Non-Member or Guest - Per person $ 10

For more info visit www.nsiaorg.webs.com or call Jigar Patel 0275593620

If you or your family members want to perform on stage.

 

Thank you for supporting community.

Happy Diwali !!

NSIA Team

Email : [email protected]

 

Navratri festival 2016 with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on September 30, 2016 at 5:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Navratri festival 2016 with NSIA

Highlights:-

What: - Indian Gujarati folk dance (Garba &Dandiya) with Traditional Music

When: - 7th October (Friday) & 8th October (Saturday) 2016

Where: - North Shore Event Centre, Silver field, Off Porana Road, Glenfield, North Shore City

Time: - 7.30 pm onwards

Entry & Car Parking: Free

What's the Significance of Navaratri?

During Navaratri, we invoke the energy aspect ofGod in theform of the universal mother, commonly referred to as"Durga," whichliterally means the remover of miseries of life. She isalso referred to as"Devi" (goddess) or "Shakti" (energy orpower). It is thisenergy, which helps God to proceed with the work of creation,preservation anddestruction. In other words, you can say that God ismotionless, absolutelychangeless, and the Divine Mother Durga, does everything.Truly speaking, ourworship of Shakti re-confirms the scientific theory thatenergy isimperishable. It cannot be created or destroyed. It is always there.

Why Worship the Mother Goddess?

We think this energy is only a form of the DivineMother,who is the mother of all, and all of us are her children. "Whymother; whynot father?", you may ask. Let me just say that we believe thatGod'sglory, his cosmic energy, his greatness and supremacy can best be depictedasthe motherhood aspect of God. Just as a child finds all these qualities in his or her mother, similarly, all of us look upon God as mother. In fact, Hinduism is the only religion in the world, which gives so much importance to the mother aspect of God because we believe that mother is the creative aspect of the absolute.

Thanks

Regards,

NSIA Team

 

Shree Krishna Janmasthami Utsav with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on August 21, 2016 at 11:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Dear friends

North Shore Indian Association Celebrates Krishna Janmasthami Utsav

In North Shore Sunday 28th August 2016.

Please accept our humble greetings on Sri Krishna Janmasthami festival. It is our pleasure to invite you, your family and friends to this year’s Sri Krishna Janmasthami celebrations. This will be a great opportunity to celebrate fun filled Parnu Zulan & Matki fod event in North Shore.

To mark this auspicious occasion, Devotees can bring their Aartis & Prasaad and can offer it to the Lord Sri Krishna. Please RSVP your attending members so as to facilitate the catering. Cut-off for RSVP is  24th August.You can also RSVP to [email protected]

For more information visit NSIA website: - www.nsiaorg.webs.com

Event Details

Date: Sunday 28th August 2016.

Time: 9.30 am to 1.30 pm

Activities: Parnu Zulan & Matki Fod followed by Dinner

Place: Marlborough Primary School, Wykeham Place, Glenfield, North Shore

Thanks for your support to community.

Regards,

NSIA team

Holi Celebration with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on March 3, 2016 at 2:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear Friends,

North Shore Indian Association is inviting all the friends, family to take part into the celebration of 'Holi', same as last year, we will be playing Holi with Water & Gulal and that will be provided by NSIA.

 

Event date: 25th March 2016

Day: Good Friday

Time: 10.00 am onwards

Venue: Marlborough Primary School, Wykeham Pl, Glenfield, Auckland 0629.

 

We have a lunch arrangement at the event venue.

Per person cost $ 10 for whole event.

Under 5 year’s child: Free.

To make catering easy please deposit money into NSIA bank account and make RSVP by 12th March  to Rakesh Barot on 09-4446846 or mobile 0212081881 about members are coming from your family or other friends.

 

Bank account details:

Name of Bank: - Kiwi Bank Ltd

Name of Account: - NORTH SHORE INDIAN ASSOCIATION

Account Number: - 38-9010-0635529-00

 

Thank you for your kind cooperation.

 

NSIA team

 

Diwali Celebration with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on November 2, 2015 at 3:05 AM Comments comments (0)

 

North Shore Indian Association cordially invites you and your family to celebrate Diwali Festival 2015. Please do come and get together with your friends and family in this Diwali festival organised by North Shore Indian Association. There is lots of entertainment and fun for all ages. Some of listed below:

 

• Festival Dances by Kids

• Musical instruments playing by kids

• Diwali crafts items display

• Any many more

And finally Diwali Dinner followed by programme.

14Th November Saturday 4.30 pm Onwards

Venue: Glenfield Primary School

101 Chivalry Road

Glenfield, North Shore

Please RSVP for Dinner by Saturday 7th November.

Name: ____________________________________________

No. Of person: under 5 year: _________

Adults: _________

Amount paid: ____________

Cost:

For NSIA Members – Free dinner

For Non Member - Per person $ 15 and Under 5 years Free,

For more info visit www.nsiaorg.webs.com or call Rakesh Barot 0212081881

 

Ravan Dahan Utsav ( Dussehra) with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on October 19, 2015 at 4:35 AM Comments comments (0)

North Shore Indian Association Celebrates

 

Ravan Dahan Utsav

In

North Shore

Saturday 24th October 2015

 

 

Please accept our humble greetings on Dussera festival. It is our pleasure to invite you, your family and friends to this year’s Ravan Dahan celebrations in North Shore.

 

Everyday sun rise to give us a message that darkness will always be beaten by light.

Let us follow the same natural rule and enjoy the festival of 'Good defeats Evil'.

 

Dusshera signifies the victory of good over evil. May all the evils in and around you vanish by the virtue of the goodness in and around you.

 

Happy Dusshera to you and your family!

 

 

Event Details

 

Date: Saturday 24th October 2015

Time: 4.30 pm to 9.30pm

 

Activities: Ravan Dahan followed by Fafla Jalebi dinner. Please do RSVP by

Wednesday 21st October

What to bring: small fireworks (if you have)

Dress Code: Indian Traditional

 

Fees: Memebers $ 8 per person kids under 5 free and Non members $ 10 per person

NSIA bank details:

Name of account: Northshore Indian Association

Bank Account number: 38-9010-0635529-00

 

 

Place: Marlborough Primary School, Wykeham Place, Glenfield, North Shore

 

For more information visit NSIA website: - www.nsiaorg.webs.com

 

Regards,

NSIA team

Navratri festival 2015 with NSIA

Posted by Mayank Patel on October 5, 2015 at 3:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Navratri festival 2015 with NSIA

Highlights:-

What: - Indian Gujarati folk dance (Garba &Dandiya) with Traditional Music

When: - 16th October (Friday) & 17th October (Saturday) 2015

Where: - North Shore Event Centre, Silver field, Off Porana Road, Glenfield, North Shore City

Time: - 7.30 pm onwards

Entry & Car Parking: Free

Every child below 8 years to get a gift.

What's the Significance of Navaratri?

During Navaratri, we invoke the energy aspect ofGod in theform of the universal mother, commonly referred to as"Durga," whichliterally means the remover of miseries of life. She isalso referred to as"Devi" (goddess) or "Shakti" (energy orpower). It is thisenergy, which helps God to proceed with the work of creation,preservation anddestruction. In other words, you can say that God ismotionless, absolutelychangeless, and the Divine Mother Durga, does everything.Truly speaking, ourworship of Shakti re-confirms the scientific theory thatenergy isimperishable. It cannot be created or destroyed. It is always there.

Why Worship the Mother Goddess?

We think this energy is only a form of the DivineMother,who is the mother of all, and all of us are her children. "Whymother; whynot father?", you may ask. Let me just say that we believe thatGod'sglory, his cosmic energy, his greatness and supremacy can best be depictedasthe motherhood aspect of God. Just as a child finds all these qualities in his or her mother, similarly, all of us look upon God as mother. In fact, Hinduism is the only religion in the world, which gives so much importance to the mother aspect of God because we believe that mother is the creative aspect of the absolute.

Thanks

Regards,

NSIA Team

 

 


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