The event center was filled with all varieties of business, food vendors, yoga, meditation, granite stores, non-profit organizations and many more. The weather also cooperated with the temperatures in low 80’s. Food stalls were arranged outside the center under the tents. Foods from all over India were a great attraction to the public. Fresh idly, dosa, panipuri, samosa chat, chilli chicken were just a few to name. Little India, a local Indian restaurant was a one of the busy food vendors of the day. Spice India was a great hit of the day. Clothing, jewelry, music, henna were all set up inside the event center. Local apparel business vendors had a wide variety of suits and dresses. This event geared up all public and also the vendors.
Few dances from Natyasangam dance school from Colorado Springs took the people to a different state for some time, who received a big applause.
“It was our first time organizing this event, and people welcomed the effort with great attendance. With this spirit, we are planning to organize this every year”, says Jyotshna Gunturu of DesiShades. The Lakeview Event Center owner Kee Ramjiani added, “We are glad to offer our center as a venue for this event, where all businesses come to showcase what their products and services. This is very encouraging response from people”.
DesiShades, a Colorado based South Asian portal working since 2007, benefitting local businesses and people with classifieds, event information, local news and other services. Visit www.DesiShades.com for more information, or contact Jyotshna at 303-900-DESI (3374).