BURLINGTON, MA—Jasmine Shah, founder and director of Aangikam Dance Academy, her 35 students will portray Indian wedding traditions and rituals through dance at INDIA New England News Spring Wedding Expo on Sunday, March 6, at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.
In an exclusive video interview with INDIA New England News, Shah talks about her upcoming program and her own views on aging and the role of dance in marriage and how the institution of marriage is changing. To watch the interview, click here, or on the link below.
Shah is founder of Aangikam Dance Academy, which teaches two classical style dances from India, Bharat Natyam and Manipuri and also teaches folk dances from various regions of India.
The INDIA New England Spring Wedding Expo kicks off the region’s wedding season. With about 50 vendors and thousands of attendees, the Wedding Expo is organized by Desi Bridal News and INDIA New England, the region’s oldest and largest print, online and video magazine exclusively focused on the Indian and South Asian community.
The 8th Annual Wedding Expo Spring 2016 is sponsored by Burlington Marriott Hotel, Alankar Event Planners & Decorators and Boston Sound and Light Co.Wedding-16-Syna’s collection-group
With about 50 vendors—from jewelry, fashion, clothing, photography, videography, finest food, DJs, mehandi, décor, hotels, make up and anything you need either for a wedding, your home or any event you are planning, INDIA New England’s Spring Wedding Expo is the place to be. The event is free and open to public on March 6, 2016 at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington. The doors to public open at 11:00 A.M. sharp.
In addition, the Wedding Expo will feature clothing and jewelry fashion shows, live music and dances throughout.