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   Consulate General of India New York 

   Peace ever TV  Vice President Luis Galvis with Rimli Roy, Founder/Artistic Director. 
PeaceeverTV Reported from Consulate General of India in Manhattan: The most popular family-friendly cultural festival that Initiated for many years by Surati for Performing Arts.This year will held with grandeur between two neighboring New Jersey cities, Hoboken and Jersey City on 15 June 2019 
Today, Surati Holi Hai is possibly the United States' and definitely the East Coast's most popular family-friendly cultural festival, having attracted more than 12,000 people in 2018 who registered from 22 U.S states and six countries around the world.
The day-long event on Saturday, June 15, 2019, will promote peace, equality and unity through cultural diversity, color play, a color walk, live performances, cultural, educational and interactive workshops, interactive art, food & drink vendors, a children's zone, DJ,  dancing and much more. 
   SURATI HOLI HAI Rimli Roy, Founder/Artistic Director. 
The festival will begin at 10 a.m. in downtown Jersey City with the Hudson River Fitness Color Walk featuring yoga, fitness, dance and drumming. Health professionals and organizations will offer workshops, lectures and fitness demonstrations. The walk will continue along the Hudson waterfront route to Pier A, Hoboken, where the Spring Festival of Colors will begin at noon. T-shirts, color packets and water will be given to registered walkers.

"What I love about our festival is that it is attended by all, irrespective of their cultural backgrounds or nationalities, thus spreading the message of love, brotherhood, acceptance and peace," said Rimli Roy, Founder/Artistic Director. "Through the arts and culture of India, Surati Holi Hai is growing to be the tristate area's most talked about, meaningful and unique celebration of the Spring Festival of Colors, with an incredible impact across diverse communities in the United States and beyond."
   Consulate General of India New York  Deputy Consul General's Message
   SURATI HOLI HAI partener 
   SURATI HOLI HAI Violin solo
   URATI HOLI HAI Indian dance
   SURATI HOLI HAI Student Dancer 
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   SURATI HOLI HAI Student Dancer 
   SURATI HOLI HAI Student Dancer 
    Rimli Roy, Founder/Artistic Director  Demonstration performance
    SURATI HOLI HAI Student Dancer 
   SURATI HOLI HAI Indian dance    SURATI HOLI HAI Indian dance 
 Surati Holi Hai is organized by award-winning 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization Surati for Performing Arts, an organization that has been bringing quality performing arts, programming and festivals to the Hudson County communities and beyond for almost two decades now. Surati has performed at the United Nations Headquarters,
The Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, The University of the U.S Virgin Islands - Reichhold Center, Alaska PAC to name a few. Our programming is currently funded by NJ State Tourism, Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs / Tourism, City of Jersey City, City of Hoboken, The Indian Govt - Consulate General of India in New York, Carepoint Health, NJCU (New Jersey City University), NY Waterway etc. Our past events have been sponsored by Comcast, State Bank of India, NY Life, Zee TV, TV Asia, Lycamobile, Mack-Cali, Silverman, BCB Community Bank, Bira to name a few. Our work and events have been featured in The Vogue, NY Daily News, Jersey Journal, Star Ledger, Hudson Reporter, News India Times, Desi Talk, Times of India and The Statesman, just to name a few. For more information, please visit