India Day

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Farmleigh House & Estate, Sunday 1st September

Ireland India Council with the support of Farmleigh, OPW, and the Indian Community in Ireland are proud to host India Day again this year in Farmleigh Gardens, Phoenix Park, Dublin 15. Everyone is welcome to join this fantastic day to commemorate India's Independence and Irish – Indian friendship.

There will be a number of Indian and World Cultural activities. A great day out with Family and friends. Come and enjoy delightful Indian and World cuisine with Colourful Indian Folk, Classical & Bollywood Dances, Fashion Show, Concert and Shopping of Indian Ethnic Dresses and Jewellery will be the highlights in the 5th India Day in Ireland.

The costumes, arts, crafts, cuisine and diverse culture of India will be displayed in beautiful Farmleigh estate by hundreds of performers and various communities. India Day helps build pride in the country’s rich cultural heritage besides familiarising the indigenous communities about the traditions and culture of different regions of India.


Date:
Sunday 1st September
Time:
11.00am
Price:
Free
Address:
Farmleigh House, White's Road, Phoenix Park, Dublin 15, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Farmleigh House, White's Road, Phoenix Park, Dublin 15, Dublin, Ireland

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