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India Nite October 14

October 12, 2012

India Nite will entertain you with dance and music--everything from classical to cultural to contemporary Bollywood themes. There'll also be hilarious skits, a fashion show, and savory Indian ethnic food.

Indian Nite 2012 will feature gorgeous, colorful costuming and a variety of dance genres from traditional to hip hop.Sunday, October 14
3:30-7 p.m.
Lory Student Center
Main Ballrooms

Vibrant, colorful, moving

"This year's India Nite is my second and the excitement levels are sky high," Pratham Verlekar, Treasurer of the Indian Students Association says.

"Being a part of this cultural extravaganza and performing in front of an international audience is an experience of a lifetime. A lot of hard work has gone into this and we hope to pull it off on Sunday!"

India Nite 2012 showcases a host of entertaining performances featuring:

  • Dance
  • Music
  • Skit
  • Fashion show
  • Themes ranging from the classical and cultural to contemporary Bollywood

Ethnic Indian food will also be served during the event for a more complete Indian experience.

Voted 'Best Cultural Event'

Over 800 people attended the event last year and the event was voted the 'Best Cultural Event' during Student Organization and Advisor Recognition Awards, 2010.


Prepare to be blown away!

With over five months of planning and organizing by the Indian Students Association for the three-hour extravaganza, be prepared to be blown away and entertained to the fullest.

The event is free for everyone -- students and non-students.

Indian Students Association

This event is organized and hosted by the Indian Students Association. ISA works to:

  • promote Indian heritage and spread awareness about our culture;
  • organize cultural events throughout the academic year at CSU, aimed at promoting the Indian culture;
  • assist new, incoming Indian students in settling down in the new environment.

Contact: Bhavesh Khemka
Phone: (970) 481-1088