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Namaste Pasifika wows

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Update: 11:57AM SUVA's Kshatriya Hall came to life on Saturday night as Bollywood dancers brought to life the the Namaste Pacifika show.

Indian High Commissioner to Fiji Vishvas Sapkal said this was the third phase of Namaste Pacifika in the country.

"The show was in collaboration with the High Commission featuring acclaimed classical dancers from India," Mr Sapkal said.

"The show is basically a festival representing our unique and beautiful Indian culture, in spreading a message of great unity, integrity and peace throughout the world."

Mr Sapkal said audiences in the Pacific would greatly appreciate the taste of Bollywood entertainment coming to our shores.

"The group will also travel to Cook Islands, Nauru, Tonga, and Tuvalu," he said.

"We want to bring every aspect of the Indian culture and tradition to the people of Fiji and the Pacific and we will do just that through Namaste Pacifika."

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