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Thai-Indian cultural fair to be held this Saturday in Bangkok

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Thai-Indian cultural fair to be held this Saturday

 

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The fifth Thai-Indian Funfair is returning to Srinakharinwirot University’s Bangkok campus this Saturday to strengthen friendship and promote socio-economic and cultural relations between both countries.

 

This annual popular event held from 3pm to 9pm is jointly organized by the Embassy of India in Thailand and the Indian Social Club of Thailand that consists of 65 Associations of Indian Diaspora in Thailand.

 

It is expected that about 10,000 people including students of the university will participate in the event. 

 

The event will start at 3pm until 9 pm during which variety of activities is planned such as Thai, Indian, & international cuisine; games, cultural program, lifestyle and northeast India cultural fashion show; Indian heritage corners, India-Thailand quiz contest; special folk dance troupe from Manipur Northeast India, India; exhibitions; first Miss Thai-Indian Funfair Beauty Pageant 2019.

 

Srinakharinwirot University hosted the first inaugural Thai-Indian Fun Fair in 2014 followed by Thammasat University (Tha Prachan Campus) in 2015 and Chulalongkorn University in 2016. Once again the popular event is returning to Srinakharinwirot University, Sukhumvit 23 in Bangkok. In 2018, SWU hosted the 4th Thai-Indian Fun Fair second time. This is the third time Srinakharinwirot University host annual fun fair at its prestigious campus.

 

"India Thailand relations goes back to centuries and we feel proud to join the people in Thailand to strengthen India Thailand friendship and bilateral relations,” said Susheel Kumar Saraff, Convener, Indian Social Club of Thailand. “We are also very keen to extend full support for the proposed Indian Study Centre at Srinakahrinwirot University,” he added.

 

All are welcome to join the day with family and friends and entry is free.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364080

 

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Curry mark mark..im luvin it

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A very close tie between the Indians and Thai.

Very similar thinking.

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