Month: November 2015


The culturally rich and artistically diverse Spirit of India was brought to Rose Theatre by the Bollywood Masala Orchestra on Thursday, Nov 26th.

Audiences witnessed a spectacular performance with awe-inspiring costume changes, unforgettable dance numbers, and soul stirring music. The 17-member troupe  captivated  the audience and transported them back to Rajasthan India. Masterminded by band leader Rahis Bharti, a spell was cast from the opening solo by Amrit Hussain, the group’s other tabla player.


A Few Questions About This Year’s Raptors

Looking at Kyle Lowry’s body now, we can certainly assume that he has done some serious work to get in shape. We can also assume that the devastating loss to the Wizards in the last Playoffs was not a lost memory. “Never again” must have been his constant thoughts.

It is very early to make any predictions, but I am thinking that Kyle is going to have a heck of a season. I am also assuming that Demar DeRozan will have a stellar season as he is in his last year of his contract.

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Young Living Essential Oils

Imagine for a moment that you or a loved one is sick, and nothing is working.  It could be your child, your parent or your favorite pet, the one patiently waiting for you by the door every day when you come home from work.  You have tried everything, doctors, specialists, drugs with unappealing side effects, still no solution.  You want to help, but you don’t know what to do.  How do you feel? Hopeless?  Helpless?

Now imagine that right at your fingertips you have access to nature’s natural medicine, essential oils.  No side effects, supporting wholeness and well-being on all levels.  Allowing the body to do what it knows how to do, heal itself, by strengthening its immune system, easing the never-ending stress of watching someone you love suffer … How would THAT feel?

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$3.2 million Hindu temple launched in Windosr, On

A new about $3.2-million Hindu temple has been launched in Windsor (Ontario, Canada).

Known as Hindu Mandir Windsor, this 14,000 square-foot building has reportedly been raised with donations from the area community and is said to be about three times larger than the old temple.

Meanwhile, Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, applauded efforts of temple leaders and area community for realizing this Hindu temple complex.

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Deewa-­The Festival of Lights Entertains Thousands with day long festivities

Mississauga, ON: MD Foundation, a Mississauga based not-­for-­profit is pleased to announce the resounding success of DEEWA-­The Festival of Lights on November 14, 2015, at the Living Arts Centre, Mississauga. “Deewa-­The Festival of Lights was a huge success,” says Linda Thomas, Executive Director, MD Foundation. “This would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors, volunteers and all the artists who participated in the event. MD Foundation would like to thank everyone for making this event a hit.” DEEWA featured some of the most promising South Asian Canadian Talent at the festival. This included singers Pratik Peters and Shrija, dance groups Sanskriti Arts Ensemble and Entertainment, Shaan Punjab Dee, Nrithyakshetra Dance Academy, Afsana Dance Group, South Asian Alliance (York University) and illusionist Raman Sharma. The concert was headlined by Award Winning UK R&B Artist of Kolaveri Di fame Arjun.

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Indian celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapoor enters Canada with his upscale restaurant ‘Khazana’

Brampton, ON, Canada – November 2, 2015: Indian celebrity chef, Sanjeev Kapoor was in Toronto to formally launch Sanjeev Kapoor’s Khazana, which opened earlier this year, in a grand event. The fine-dining restaurant is situated in Brampton and this is Kapoor’s first in North America. Sanjeev Kapoor along with co-owners Shailesh Gangwani and Kultaran Mann welcomed the esteemed members of the media to this launch.

Indian food has time and again redefined the dining scenario in North America. Some of the more popularly available recipes such as Saag Paneer, Butter Chicken and Samosa have even made their way into the pantries of traditional Canadian homes. Yet, there is a wide unexplored variety of Indian food that is waiting to be discovered in the diverse Canadian market. Khazana promises to fill this void by bringing in a flavourful array of unique dishes from the Masterchef’s kitchen.

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