Quick-n-EZ Language™ Attends the 17th Annual Diwali Mela Event

Quick-n-EZ Language™ Looks Forward to Participating in the Star Heritage India Festival in Fairfax, VA, CEO of Quick-n-EZ Language™ shares her innovative language learning tools at local Indian-American events
By: Laura Asendio
 
 
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Oct. 11, 2011 - PRLog -- Columbia, MD - Quick-n-EZ Language™ by IndiToy, Inc., a worldwide provider of educational products and e-learning services, recently attended the 17th annual Diwali Mela event on Saturday, October 8th at FedEx Field in Landover, MD as they prepare to exhibit at The Star Heritage Indian Festival in Fairfax, VA on October 22nd and 23rd.

“We had a great time at the annual Diwali Mela this past Saturday and it has helped prepare us to exhibit at the upcoming Star Heritage Indian Festival,” said Yogini Dahiwadkar, founder and CEO of Quick-n-EZ Language. “It not only allowed us to showcase our learning language tools to educate Indian Americans to recognize, read, write, and pronounce Marathi and Hindi, but it allowed us also to do our part to spread information about the cultures and languages to others.”

The annual Diwali Mela event is held by The Association of Hindu Jain Temples of Metropolitan Washington (UHJT) and draws participants from all over the Washington DC and Baltimore metropolitan area to promote the rich Indian cultural heritage and generate awareness about the Hindu and Jain religions. This event is beneficial to Quick-n-EZ because it shares Dahiwadkar’s mission to educate people in the Marathi and Hindi cultures and languages through her easy to use language learning tools including colorful flash cards, handy practice charts, and easy-to-follow workbooks http://www.quick-n-ez.com.  

The Diwali Mela event has helped Dahiwadkar and Quick-n-EZ prepare for their involvement in the upcoming Star Heritage Indian Festival, which has been held twice a year for over a decade by Rushhi Entertainment. The Star Heritage Indian Festival will be held from 12 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 22nd  and 12 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, October 23rd at the Robinson Secondary School Field House in Fairfax, VA. Participants will enjoy shopping, live performances and live entertainment, fun and challenging activities for the kids, as well as cuisine from around India. Quick-n-EZ will be stationed at booth 512 in the main exposition hall throughout the Festival.

About Quick-n-EZ Language™
Quick-n-EZ Language™ is the revolutionary language teaching method created by a mother to teach her own preschooler the Indian languages of Hindi and Marathi.  Originally named IndiToy, the products were introduced in 2009 and quickly gained a market presence in the U.S. and Canada.  When it became clear that there was a great need to expand the product methodology to include other world languages, the line was renamed Quick-n-EZ – still marketed by the company IndiToy, Inc. - to reflect how quickly and easily students of all ages can learn using its unique approach.  Learning materials include colorful flashcards, handy practice charts, and easy to follow workbooks, all laminated and used with dry erase markers for repeat use and language reinforcement.  For more information on Quick-n-EZ products or IndiToy, Inc., visit their website at www.quick-n-ez.com.

About The Association of Hindu Jain Temples of Metropolitan Washington (UHJT)
UHJT is an umbrella organization of fifteen Hindu Jain Temples of Washington DC/Baltimore metropolitan area and several other Indian cultural organizations, promoting the rich Indian cultural heritage and awareness about the Hindu and Jain religions. The organization is registered as a non-profit organization under status 503(C). As an active member of Inter Faith Council (IFC), the UHJT also supports community and social services.

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Quick-n-EZ Language by IndiToy, Inc., a worldwide provider of innovative educational products and e-learning services. Our products come as Alphabet Flash Cards, Practice Charts and Smart Charts for an easy way to learn Marathi and Hindi languages.
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