BOSTON—The Fall Wedding Expo and Diwali Mela at Taj Boston this Sunday, Nov. 1, will be packed with live songs and dances. A team of local artists have prepared a great show at the mela. The event, which starts at 11:00 am and continues through 4:00 pm, is free to all attendees. Local artists in this segment include singer Janani Sharma, Bollywood Dance Academy, Dancing Divas Boston and the Academy of Creative Arts.
Janani Sharma, who was recently featured on ZeeTV for the very first SaReGaMaPa Lil’Champs North America — a reality show that is known for its’ highest Target Rating Point all over India, will sing Diwali and wedding songs.
Sharma was invited to Zee TV’s Famous Studios in Mumbai with her mom by her side, where she underwent a very diligent vocal training and rehearsals. Under the mentorship of senior and experienced coaches Sharma faced all the challenges and took the stage with full confidence to perform in front of noted Bollywood personalities.
Dancing Divas Boston, which is founded by Shikha V Bajpai, will present an interactive dance at the mela. Dancing Divas Boston team includes Purbi Rana, Priya Balu, Priya Bagade and Shikha Bajpai. Together they will present the eternal charm of the “Mehendi” ceremony at Weddings and festive occasions.
After the Dancing Diva Boston’s performance, Bajpai will ask the audience to get ready to dance and hold an interactive dance session.
Nikita Rao’s Bollywood Dance Academy is also delighted to be a part of the Wedding Expo 2015 at Taj Boston. Bollywood Dance Academy teaches dance whether it is Bhangra dance or garba dance lessons.
Bollywood Dance Academy dance studio is based in five locations (Burlington, Lexington, Chelmsford, Andover and Nashua, NH) accepting students ages 4+ to all level. They also teach Bollywood folk, western , contemporary , hiphop and all fused with bollywood moves.
The Academy of Creative Arts is returning to the expo with two performances– Sun Sathiya and Bajrangbali.
Fall Wedding Expo and Diwali Mela at Taj is organized by Desi Bridal News and INDIA New England News. The event is free for attendees. For free registration, visit: www.IndiaNewEngland.com. The Expo is aimed at providing a single venue where attendees can do their Diwali shopping and meet the area’s premier vendors for their special events and weddings. It will be packed with entertainment, dance and fashion show throughout the day.