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Cross-Cultural Harmony: Nepali, Cambodian, and Burmese Artists Showcase Rich Heritage in Philadelphia

In an event titled ‘Intro Cultural Event-2024’ held in Philadelphia, artists from Nepal, Cambodia, and Burma showcased their arts and cultures. Organized under the banner of Sagarmatha and Lumbini, the program featured performances of songs and dances representing each country. The event emphasized the values of brotherhood, peace, and cooperation, illustrated on the program’s banner adorned with images of Nepali heritage, Sagarmatha, and Lumbini.

The diverse audience, including the Nepali, Karen, Khmer, Burmese, and Cambodian communities in Philadelphia, witnessed cultural presentations that aimed to foster unity and understanding. Students from the Intra Dance School in Harrisburg, with Nepali origins, performed traditional dances to Nepali folk songs, captivating the attendees.

Notably, the Sakela dance by Nepali artist Roma Rai and her group drew significant attention. Kevin Chin, representing Cambodia, and Thang Song, representing Burma, shared insights into their respective cultures during the joint cultural program.

The Intra-National Welfare and Support Foundation of America, the host organization, expressed that the event was designed to culturally connect Nepali people worldwide. Foundation Chairperson Dilli Adhikari emphasized the importance of such programs in fostering cultural unity among the global Nepali community.

Also Read:https://whatthenepal.com/2024/01/22/birethanti-muktinath-cable-car-a-project-spanning-81-kilometersreceived-approval-from-the-department-of-industry-in-nepal/

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