DOTS PROGRAMME 2021

                   EXCITING LINE UP 

  ALL TIMINGS ARE IN BST (British Summer Time) 

                                        

  3.30pm onwards 

 Organ donation 

Message by BK Sister Shivani

London School of Dhol 

Telugu Association of London Children

Monali Dance Studio

Ganesh Dance by Aditi

GHS Preston, Ramayan by children

 Nitin Palan, BAPS  Diwali Message

Honey Kalaria

Srajan The Spark UK song

Shiamak London Tribute to the NHS

Ranu Mehta Radia , Sai School, Diwali Message

Chhaya Mirpuri, Sai School Message

Loka Samastha Song by Children of Sai School

Message by Youth of Bramah Kumaris

Met Police Commissioner Message

Saachi Sen Song

Kuntal's Bollywood Dance

                                                     

4.30pm onwards 

Message by City Hindu Network

Sarjan Nartan Academy - Garba in the Park
Message by BK Sister Jayanti
Bhajans by Vandana Somaia
Message by Chinmaya Mission
Hey Ganaraya Kathak Dance
Bhakti Marg
Diwali Celebrations
Nina's Choreography
SKS Dance

The exclusive Ramayana art collection by Art Ma and a message by the artist

 

5.30 pm onwards

Aanchal Gupta  Medley

Odissi Dancers at Eiffel Tower
Video on Bengal by Heritage Bengal Global
Song by children - Magic of India
Song by Riyaan
Dance Dedication to Ganesh by Abhinaya Fine Arts
Senjuti Das Dance
Anashmita Saha Dance
Message from European Union
Diwali Project by Dhvani and Nital
Punjabi Bhangra Dance by Brahma Kumaris

Women2Women Garba

 

6.30pm onwards

Yoga by Ishwar

Dance Medley by Binal's Dance Academy 
Yoga Video by Kavyasree
Epika Dance
Meena Trivedy and students
Diwali Song by Anasmita
Swara Nritya School of Art
Jina Sheth gives a message on behalf of the  Jain community
Paromita
Rangoli by Jitu Vaishnav
AE Dance and Thangaat Garba

Kishan Amin

 

7.30pm onwards

Highlights of Diwali from BAPS

Ghar More Paradesiya Song by Meena Trivedy
Diwali - Victory of Light by Ketan
Dance Dosti
Aadya - Diwali Dance from Milton Keynes
Ragatip - Krishna Dance
Raghupathi Raghav by Committee
Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Mandir Kingsbury 
Cooking demonstration by Atul Kochar
Dance with Raveena Balani & Vidhi

Dance by Vidhi Dwivedi

 

8.30pm onwards

Nepalese Performance from BK

Song by Sai Ananya Chanda
Zaria
Om Jai Jagadeesha Hare Arti by Diwali In London Committee
Shristi Stage performance
Ghar More Paradesiya Dance by Sai School
D-Style Dance
SSDG Garba
Jai Popat Recital - The First Diwali by Brendra Williams
Niva Dance
Shiamak London Performance
Sumeet's Bollywood Dance
Bollydance with Dhruvil
Preety Bhalla Songs Medley
AK Bollywood Dance
Shiamak Davar Dance Academy Finale 

Lakshmiji Arti by Sai School 

 

10pm 

Time to wish all Happy Diwali

and head for home!

 

Diwali returns to Trafalgar Square as we welcome back the festival of lights after a dark 18 months…
 
This year, we’re going back to Diwali’s roots with the focus firmly on the true essence of Diwali. There’ll also be delicious Indian food, arts and crafts, plus themed entertainment on the big screen, including:
 
•​Diwali Greetings from Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London and others
• ​Oustanding Performances from London and beyond
•​Educational shorts, with the story of the Ramayana through art
•​Religious aspects of Diwali
•​Cookery demo by Mitchellin Star Chef Atul Kochhar
•​Clips from other Diwali celebrations from different locations
​And more…
 
This year, as we focus on coming back into the light, we’re asking you to join in by entering our competitions:
 
•​Bring along your best Rangoli to Trafalgar Square. These should be A3 and protected by a a plastic wrapping/cover. We’ll lay these next to our stunning Rangoli centrepiece which is being created by an artist. All the Rangolis will form a stunning collage in the centre of Trafalgar Centre. The rangolis that are bought to the square will be judged and returned to you at 6pm.
 
Competition prizes include a full day tour on an open tour bus with Golden Tours.
While you’re in the square, why not visit the National Gallery and see how paintings reflect the essence of Diwali. Tours are 2pm - 2.45 pm and 3pm - 3.45pm. 
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