Varsha Naik and team represents Indian culture at United Nations headquarter
Thursday - January 3, 2019 7:52 pm , Category : ART & LITERATURE
United Nations Spice club-Society for promotion of Indian cultural and experience in UN Invited Varsha Naik for their annual holiday gala event at UN headquarters in New York city on December 7th, 2018 .
The "SPICE Club at United Nation headquarters hosted their annual gala where Varsha Naik and her team from Navrang Dance Academy invited to showcase the culturally oriented folk fusion dances of India .
The SPICE Club was established in 2007 as one of the clubs under the United Nations Staff Recreation Council (UNSRC) at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The club's main objectives are to stimulate interest and promote diversity in Indian arts and culture, and foster a spirit of harmony and understanding.
Keeping up with the theme and cultural value of India ,Varsha Naik's team of beautiful performers danced to Indian folk songs and latest hits like Ghoomar, Chogada and many more.
The audience were spellbound and enjoyed an evening celebrating this occasion. The team was excited and put their best foot forward. Varsha was happy and excited to be performing for the 2nd time at the United Nations Head quarter .Performing at United Nations headquarters was an opportunity for the team and young dancers to pursue their passion and have a totally different experience.
I feel Humbled and honored to perform in Un headquarter and guests for the evening and it was exciting to perform in the presence of such esteemed guests, said varsha Naik.
There was live music by DJ Ashish Suri and Darshan Shah , Herbal Heena and few more dance performance of India .
As an artistic director and owner of Navrang Dance Academy, Varsha Naik remains passionately involved as a teacher, choreographer, and artist.
Varsha extended her gratitude to the UN, SPICE club President Promila Suri and the whole team for giving her this opportunity and making them a part of United Nations Diwali and Holiday celebration.-Window To News