VPS 2005 Holi Bonanza

The Vrindavana Preservation Society(VPS) will usher in 2005 with a colorful Holi Celebration at Broad Meadows School Auditorium 50 Calvin Road, Quincy, MA 02169.
We invite you, your family and friends to celebrate Holi with us. The event will feature several programs such as a South Indian Dance recital, a play performed by the children, Hungamma(a stick dance) and a presentation outlining VPS relief efforts for victims of the Tsunami that ravaged South Asia. It will end with traditional smearing of colors in the school gymnasium. PLEASE WEAR OLD CLOTHES THAT CAN GET STAINED.

Also, please note:
This event is ADMISSION FREE and we also you offer a COMPLEMENTARY DINNER.
However, we do welcome your generous donations.

Holi is the Indian Festival of Colors and is celebrated in Spring. It marks two events in Vedic History. Prahalad a young devotee was saved from being burnt by his evil aunt, thanks to his faith in Lord Vishnu. Another reason to celebrate is because divine couple, Sri Sri Radha Krishna cebrated Holi in Vrindavana by smearing colors on each other centuries ago.

VPS is a South Shore non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Indian Culture in the South Shore and to doing charity work in India. For directions to the venue, more information, VPS and forthcoming VPS events, visit the VPS website at You can also contact Keshav Shukla by phone at 617-471-0129.

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