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Eid at the Indian Consulate

The Culture Tree was honoured to be invited at the annual Eid celebration at the Indian Consulate on July 17. The event included shayari, ghazals and Indian classical music.

TV Asia Coverage

On June 24, The Culture Tree hosted Eid Around the World event at the Children's Museum of Manhattan. Here is the coverage of the event on TV Asia. 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzvEyJ2yIZI



Holi Coverage

Our Holi event was covered by publications such as Time Out, Mommy Poppins and A Child Grows In Brooklyn:


https://www.timeout.com/new-york-kids/museums/holi-the-festival-of-colors 


https://achildgrows.com/thecalendar/holi-festival-colors-childrens-museum-manhattan-uws/  

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