Welcome to AID Boise India Nite 2019!
Timberline High School, Saturday, November 16, 2019, 4.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.
AID Boise India Nite is our annual fall celebration that brings together Indian culture, dance and food in one place, all for a good cause.
Proceeds from our events support grassroots organizations in India working in various spheres such as education, livelihoods, natural resources including land, water and energy, agriculture, health, women’s empowerment and social justice.
Here are our ongoing projects that your support today will help empower further.
Hostel for rural children
For the last 25 years, Rachana NGO volunteers have worked in the hilly areas of the Western Ghats to promote education and health. The hostel for children going to middle and high school run by Rachana goes a long way in reducing school dropout rates. Nearly 95% of children, availing the hostel facility, graduate through high school. Since 2012, AID Boise has supported the hostel facility for 85 children as a sustained effort to make a difference in the lives of these children.
Vasantshala by Bhasha Research & Publication Center
Vasantshala is an early childhood school specializing in bridge schooling through the mother tongue. Working with the Adivasi and tribal children in Gujrat, it provides space for children to develop pride in their oral traditions, languages and culture, without restricting them to their own mother tongues, and allowing them to move over to the language requirements of formal schooling.
Peace and Equality Cell
The project aims to build capacity and empower the local communities in creating a violence-free environment for their children by equipping them with the necessary knowledge and tools to not only report crimes of sexual violence, but also access all the support and legal services available under the existing legislation for most marginalized children. With AID support, PEC has made an impact on increasing awareness of child sexual abuse and highlighting the gaps in implementation of legislation and focusing on the social and cultural issue of silence around child sexual abuse.
Jharkhand Vikas Parishad
JVP works with indigenous tribes to empower them through education. Community and capacity building, rights awareness, empowering women through health and nutrition education and building livelihoods are JVP’s primary focus areas. Their programs and training have helped farmers generate additional revenue and strengthened participation of women in gram sabhas. Their work with adolescent girls has equipped them knowledge, skills and peer groupsupport to protect themselves from violence, exploitation and child marriage.
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|Item||Coordinator/ Choreographed by||Name of Participants||Description|
|Nottuswaram by Muthuswamy Dikshithar||Priya Raman||Ankita Sriraj, Kriti Nagthan, Urvi Ranganathan, Saranya Kommireddy, Saran Subramaniyan, Rohan Nagthan, Bhavesh Kommireddy||Praise to Lord Rama in Sanskrit.|
|‘Tamasoma Jyotirgamaya’: Ceremonial Lighting of the lamp signifying victory of light over darkness. Guest of Honor: Somnath Mukherjee, AID Development Coordinator|
|Boise Sunshine Group||Pragya Barnela||Aahana Barnela, Aadrina Banerjee, Aishani Mangalhara, Aishwarya Jaiswal, Akshara Nataraj, Ananya Cooper, Pragnya Gurajala, Sumedha Ritwik||Bollywood Bhangra|
|Dance Attack||Swati Soni||Arushie Soni, Ayushi Mohanti, Daya Were, Ishita Juluru, Shrila Esturi||A fun and spirited performance to foot-tapping beats.|
|Choto Asha – Dhitaang Dhitaang||Subarna Guha||Anay Surthi, Anvita Kistupati, Dishi Deliwala, Mukta Shrotri, Ronit Sharma, Athreya Iyer, Deeya Barman||An Assamese-Bihu dance set to inspiring tunes from Bengali folklore.|
|Musical Heart||Jayita Goswami||Jayita Goswami,Aparna Nayak, Monika Zokarkar, Rashi Mahajan||A mythical love story set to sweet Bengali tunes.|
|DanceTulsi: Made in India||Sushmita Kundu Kar||Prisella Kar, Samradhhi Zokarkar, Sumedha Ritwik, Aishwarya Jaiswal, Akshara Nataraj||Set to the International Bilboard Award-winning song by Indi-pop artist, Alisha Chinai.|
|Junior Boise Bhangra||Bhumika Chabbra||Nivi Chhabra, Eshwar Vinnamala, Adithri Mallesh, Atharva Ved Mehta, Ananya Vadhavkar, Atharva Tripathi, Swara Patel, Athreya Iyer, Taahira Kaur, Ronit Sharma, Saran Subramaniyan, Shreyash Tripathi, Sharvil Deshmukh, Arvin Sarpatwari||A first Bhangra performance by little Punjabi Jatts and Mutiyarans.|
|DanceTulsi: Mahisasura Mardini||Sushmita Kundu Kar||Susmita Kundu Kar||A powerful enactment of Goddess Durga battling against Mahisasura.|
|Bharatnatyam||Sneha Cheruserry||Pawani Surthi, Surabhi Kashikar, Mira Rosario, Mullai Subramaniyan, Disha Math, Sneha Cherussery||A classical performance with unconventional music and formations.|
|AID Project Presentation: A presentation on grassroot projects that are being supported by AID Boise. By Ahmed Noemaun|
|Guest Talk: AID Development Coordinator, Somnath Mukherjee, will speak about watershed management programs AID is working on in central India.|
|PROGRAM BREAK: 30 MINUTES|
|Ninaad||Nishant Bhonsale||Deepak Prakash, Nishanth Bhonsle, Shashank Rao, Deepika Umesh, Priya Raman, Raksha Kulkarni||Bringing together Boise musical talent to explore different genres.|
|Choto Asha: Tu Chal||Subarna Guha||Bhavya Kistupati, Gauri Angadi, Nilufar Ali, Pawani Surthi, Reshmi Basu, Tulika Sadhukhan||A powerful story of empowering women performed to Bengali ballet.|
|Disco Deewanes||Dance Tribe||Shravani Sandeep Jadav, Sharvari Deshmukh, Saranya Kommireddy, Samradhhi Zokarkar, Sahil Shende, Manas Sachin Sapkal, Aahan Amol Agarwal, Akshita Suresh, Nethra Radhakrishnan, Neysa Elizabeth Bonny, Venba Suresh Kumar, Gauri Sujith, Unnati Zokarkar, Suri Rolf Von Den Baumen, Aara Sachin Jayade, Vivaan Shende, Arion Naveen||Travel back in time and rock and roll to evergreen Disco tunes.|
|Boise Prabhu Devis||Naga Chandrasekaran||Mullai Subramaniyan, Divya Lakshmi Danesh, Disha Math, Anveetha Suresh, Aathira Suresh||A tribute to India’s dance icon Prabhu Deva.|
|AID Boise Community Service Award announcement and recognition: Presented by Aparna Limaye|
|Dance with 3s (Steps, Style, Stamina)||Shivangi Gajjar||Vanshika Kotha, Akshara Kotha, Dishi Deliwala, Mahika Radhakrishnan, Rashi Mahajan, Gauri Angadi, Kriti Nagthan, Bhavya Sharma, Swara Ramaswamy, Siddhi Joshi, Diya Trivedi, Arshia Suresh, Ankita Sriraj||Music to bring hearts together from the hits of Badshah|
|Boise Bhangra||Bhumika Chabbra||Bhumika Chabbra, Rajesh Balachandran, Tejbir Singh Bhatia, Swetha Barkam, Shashank Saraf, Manpreet Kaur, Soujanya Rao, Aditya Tripathi, Nivetha Srinivasan, Rutu Narulkar, Sangeeta Mistry, Sandeep Kadasani, Lynnette Zipp, Arzum Simsek Ege, Vivek Kotti, Varun Pavagada Matha, Nivi Chabbra||A lively and fun Bhangra performance taking us back to Spring harvest in Punjab.|
DINNER BEGINS AFTER THE PROGRAMS END!
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