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150 Years of Rabindra Jayanti Celebration by BATJ on 11th June, 2011

 

Event Date:11-06-2011 To11-06-2011
 
Event Time:The progra-  
City:Edogawa,Tokyo   
Venue:Funabori Hall in Tokyo
Nearest Railway Station:Funabori, TOEI SHINJUKU LINE
Entry Fee:0.00
 
Please note that Bengali Association of Japan (BATJ) is going to organize 150 Years of Rabindra Jayanti Celebration on 11th June, 2011 at the Funabori Hall in Tokyo.

The program is likely to start at 3:00PM. More information will be given later.

We are planning to organize one abridged version of Tagore's Dance Drama "Chandalika" and are looking for interested parents who wants
their children to participate in it. However, please note that all the interested parents will have to attend the rehearsals along with their participating children. The rehearsal will be held normally on weekends and Japanese National holidays and the schedule will be duly notified to the� participating parents. Stage rehearsal is scheduled to take place at 9:00 AM on 28th May 2011 at the Funabori Hall.

If any one of you is interested to see your kids on stage, please write directly to Mr. Samudra Dutta Gupta (somudro@yahoo.com) within 13th
February, 2011, Sunday.

Thanks,
BATJ Team
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Organizer Name : Bengali Association of Tokyo Japan
Address:
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Telephone:(045) 622-6451
Website:http://www.batj.org/
 
 
Organization Overview:
Bengalis in Japan are a very small community, specially from Indian part of Bengal. Bengali's are primarily engaged in Business, Education, Engineering, Consultancy, Finance, Insurance and Banking Industry etc. Also today due to IT revolutions in India, the community have lot of young members with high intellectual background. Due to strong cultural relationship between Bengal & Japan, the community also have lot of artists spreading Indian Art and also making their living.

BATJ is an informal, family type of organization. BATJ's Durga Puja in Tokyo is already 20 years old. First Saraswati Puja was celebrated a quarter century back. BATJ Literary Puja Magazine " Anjali" publishes articles in four languages- Japanese, Bangla, Hindi and English. The organization also celebrate "Poila Boisakh", "Basanta Utsav", etc. BATJ also participate in various activities organized by Indian Community in Tokyo and also Indian Embassy in Japan, like Sakura Bazaar (Cherry Blossom festival), Diwali, Namaste India (jointly organized by India Tourism and Indo-Japan Association), etc.