Festival of India in Thailand


Hugh Paxton’s Blog suggests if you like Indian antics and lively jollifications give this lot a go.

I have to hand it to the India Cultural Centre – they really make an effort and no visit is time wasted. Exciting actually!

The British, by sad contrast, haven’t invited me to anything. Ever. Because, despite having an embassy bigger than anything else in Bangkok apart from Lumpini Park, they really don’t want to be bothered by people. British, anybody. I’ve a friend in the Foreign Office. He said that he wished British people didn’t travel. “They shouldn’t go. They get into trouble and it causes no end of problems and snags.”

Probably does.

But a British cultural evening might be nice!

Until then the Indians have it!

India: One

Great Britain: Nil



From: Indian Cultural Centre Bangkok [mailto:dokbua.iccbkk@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 3:24 PM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: Festival of India in Thailand

Dear friends,

Please find attached posters for FESTIVAL OF INDIA IN THAILAND

All events are free.

Please RSVP for DAKSHA SETH DANCE performance on 13th March as there are limited seats. This will enable us to keep a seat/seats for you.

S. No Date Time Event Venue
1 10th MARCH (Tuesday) 6:30 p.m. RAGHU DIXIT – World Music Concert Open Air Concert

Central World Mall

2 13th MARCH


6:30 p.m. DAKSHA SETH – Dance Performance Aksra Theatre
3 22nd MARCH


3:00 p.m. RAJASTHAN JOSH & FUN FAIR Thammassat University

Embassy of India,


Tel: 02-2580300/05 (Extn. 159/112)

RSVP: rsvp2015

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