Dashain Sanjh 2016
Bridge The Gap Nepal (BTGN) is pleased to welcome you for the Dashain Sanjh Sydney 2016, at Orion Function Centre, 155 Beamish Street, Campsie, NSW 2194 2nd October 2016. And, thank you for attending the BTGN’s Meet the Press Program, it’s greatly appreciated.
We are delighted to have welcomed famous artists to Sydney: Manoj Gajurel and Indira Joshi. They are really looking forward to performing in the event.
The Dashain Sanjh Sydney 2016 is a charity fund raising event, organised by BTGN. The event aims to support the rebuilding of an earthquake-damaged School; Shree Sharada Secondary School in Lamjung, Nepal. The school is, what can be said as in the Earthquake Shade Region in terms of receiving recovery and rebuilding support. The school is not located in the official boundary of the epicenter – in Gorkha district and thus not receiving any support. The school children are therefore forced to attend classes in the shades of tress – very unfortunate. Through this event, we wish to help rebuilding the school and bring these students inside the classroom. In this sense, this event is a purposeful and focused event.
The Dashain Sanjh Sydney 2016 event is in the making for months. BTGN volunteers are working tirelessly to prepare for the event. Two of the most noted artists in Nepal, Indira Joshi and Manoj Gajurel, are in Sydney and certain to entertain us. Local artists will showcase their talents and add up the spice in the event full of music, dance and comedy. Sponsors have generously supported the event, notably by our Event Partner, Link Innovations International and the Title Sponsor, Shopping Palace. Media partners have been exceptionally helpful. The best way to thank these individuals and institutions is to make the event one of the best Sydney has ever seen!