Sydney 25 August – Charity Teej Programme 2022, is scheduled to be held from 5 pm to 10 pm on 27 August at Indreni Function Central Rockdale, Sydney. The event celebrating the great Hindu festival Haritalika is organised by Arghakhanchi Samaj Australia and presented by Oceania Education and Visa Services (OEVS). The fundraising campaign aims to help the poor and intelligent students studying in Arghakhanchi in Nepal. The nationally recognized multi-talented Nepalese Lok Dohori singers Basanta Thapa and Devi Gharti Magar, along with Sunitami Pariyar, Ram Neupane, Neesha KC, Shreya Gyanwali are entertaining the participants with their celebrated numbers and performances. Audiences are also eager to see the Sydney-based Nepalese local artists too in the evening.
Arghakhanchi Samaj Australia President Min Bhusal said, “We are proud to promote Nepal’s rich culture in Australia and contribute substantially to charity works. In 2019 too, we helped a poor and intelligent student in every ward in Arghakhanchi district of Nepal with 10,000 NC. This year also the amount that we save after the completion of this program, we will spend on the charity works in those regions.”
The Oceania Education and Visa Services (OEVS) Director Sharad Bhusal shares with Nepalese Community News Portal Nepalese Australian, “We would like to thank the organizers for making us a part of Charity Teej Programme 2022 highly enjoyable and inspiring event. We would like to express our best wishes to the organizers, and all involved in this meaningful and significant charity-oriented cultural program.”
The well-known entrepreneur and illustrious community leader Krishna Snr said, “We are very proud to involve in Charity Teej Programme 2022 event as a supporter. We are very eager to celebrate the teej festival with the wonderful Nepalese community in Australia with the national-level guest artists of Nepal. We hope that all culture-loving people will attend the recreational event to contribute to the charity.”
The supporter and member of the reputed organisation Arghakhanchi Samaj Australia, the renowned committed volunteer and community campaigner Biren Malla shares with www.nepaleseaustralian.com.au, “The organisation is serving the special Nepalese traditional food dar to the women who fast for the overall well-being of their husbands and creating the opportunity for all those who have missed the famous native festival Haritalika to celebrate it through the proud cultural and musical program. Since the program is dedicated to a noble cause combined with culture-based entertainment, the sales of the tickets are encouraging.”