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Milan - India's 69th Independence Day Celebrations

08/16/2015 - 00:00
08/16/2015 - 23:59
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AID (Association for India’s Development) invites you to celebrate India’s 69th Independence Day!

Milan Banquet, Sunday, August 16, 6 pm

A thought-provoking small-group discussion about pressing social issues in India, AID's contribution and future growth. The fund-raising supports development programs in India.

All are welcome to this event.
Location: The Elements Conference and Events Center, 11974 Lebanon Road, Cincinnati - 45241

Kids’ Competitions, Sunday, August 9, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

An India-related theme art and creative writing for kids of different age groups (elementary to high school).
Location: A+ Learning Center/Yoga With Pooja/NrityArpana Studio (6011, Tylersville Rd, Suite 2, Behind Tantalize Salon, Mason, OH 45040).
There is no entry fee to participate. Free snacks provided. There are attractive prizes for participants and winners.
Please register before Aug 3 by emailing aid.cinci@gmail.com
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Independence Day Celebrations at UC - August 15, 2015 at 10.30 AM

Join us at the University of Cincinnati to celebrate India's 69th Independence for a fun filled morning with Art, Cultural Shows, Music, though provoking Discussions and much more.

Location: Engineering Research Center (ERC), Room 427, University of Cincinnati

Time: 10.30 AM

All are welcome to this event.

This event is co-hosted along with the Indian Students Association (ISA) at University of Cincinnati

Garbage to Gold - Solid and Liquid Resource Management

06/17/2015 - 00:00
06/17/2015 - 23:59
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Talk at the University of Cincinnati

Location: Engineering Research Center, Room No. 427, Woodside Drive, Cincinnati, OH - 45220

Time: 1PM, 17 June 2015, Wednesday

Talk at Mason Public Library

Location: Mason Public Library, 200 Reading Road, Mason, OH - 45040

Time: 6PM, 17 June, Wednesday

About the Speaker

Srinivasan C, Founding Director, Indian Green Servince (IGS), started his journey in environmental efforts as the only participating Indian corps member of King County World Conservation Corps, Seattle, USA in the year 1997. He is currently a Tamil Nadu State Planning Commission Steering Committee Member for Solid and Liquid Resource Management. Srinivasan C has coined the term Solid and Liquid Resource Management to process several by-products which otherwise if untreated is called a waste. Come join us and learn more about Waste Management and making the planet a better place!!

Taste of India - 2015

03/08/2015 - 14:00
03/08/2015 - 17:30
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Taste of India - March 8, Sunday, 2pm - 5:30pm @ Campus Recreation Center - University of Cincinnati

A FREE ADMISSION event, open to all , with:
* sampling of delicious INDIAN FOOD for FREE
* diverse traditional and contemporary Bollywood cultural performances
* booths such as Henna (Indian tattoo) and handcrafted jewelry and much more!

The 18th annual "Taste of India" happens Sunday, March 8, 2-5:30pm at the Campus Recreation Center, University of Cincinnati.
Hosted by the Association for India's Development (AID), last year's event attracted more than 800 people.

Come celebrate India with us! Everyone's invited!

This event is co-hosted along with SABHA - Society for Appreciation of Bharatiya Heritage and Arts

India's 66th Republic Day

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!! Celebrate India's Republic Day !!

!! Remembering Bhopal - 30 years since the great Tragedy !!

* Free Refreshments * Discussions * Patriotic Songs and Dance * Quiz *

30 years after the Bhopal Gas tragedy and the Battle still continues Will the people ever get justice Are we still living another Bhopal?

What can we do to prevent another Bhopal Tragedy from Happening

Come join us for an evening of celebration, remembering and reliving

Vande Mataram!

The event is jointly hosted by the following student groups at the University of Cincinnati - AID (Assoc. for India’s Development), ISA (Indian Students Association) and SABHA (Society for the Appreciation of Bharatiya Heritage & Arts) and University of Cincinnati - Quiz Club (UCQC).

Harmony 2014 presents Articulate Ability

10/04/2014 - 16:00
10/04/2014 - 18:00
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HARMONY 2014 Details:

• 4 PM, Saturday, October 4, 2014 [Doors close promptly at 4pm]
• Great Hall, Tangeman University Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45267
• FREE admission; reservations required; special seating for Friends of AID. (seating on a first come, first serve basis on day of event)
• For more information about the concert: email aid.cinci@gmail.com or call 513-549-7170

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About Articulate Ability

Articulate Ability is a not for profit organization dedicated to the support and promotion of artistic talent among people with disabilities. Currently focusing on the visually impaired, the foundation has been training and showcasing their ability in Classical Dance and Traditional dance forms of India in both India and abroad.

Articulate Ability has repeatedly gained acclaim from its audience for keeping the quality of their dance pure and uncompromised. The group of visually challenged dancers has been part of campaigns to raise funds for international projects towards betterment of Human condition across the world, and has motivated youth and adults across the world to work hard and not let their challenges come in the way of success.

Under the Artistic Direction of Guru Mysore B Nagaraj, and choreography and training by Guru Dr Suparna Venkatesh, Articulate Ability at present has in its Performing Unit 5 male dancers and 14 female dancers, all Visually Challenged, showcasing their ability in the complex art of Classical Indian dance. The repertoire also includes Folk tradition and dances with motifs of Martial arts.

For the Harmony-2014 tour, 5 visually challenged male dancers will be accompanied by 2 supporting sighted dancers.


Entry to the Event is free. Priority Seating is available for Donors

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India's 68th Independence Day Celebrations!

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AID (Association for India’s Development) invites you to celebrate India’s 68th Independence Day!

Kids’ Competitions, Sunday, August 10, 5-30 to 7-30 pm

An India-related quiz contest, an essay competition and a math competition for kids of different age groups (elementary to high school).
Location: A+ Learning Center/Yoga With Pooja/NrityArpana Studio (6011, Tylersville Rd, Suite 2, Behind Tantalize Salon, Mason, OH 45040).
There is no entry fee to participate. Free snacks provided. There are attractive prizes for participants and winners.
Please register before Aug 4 by emailing grukmini90@gmail.com
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Community Celebration, Friday, August 15, 6:30 to 8 pm

A fancy dress show by kids, a patriotic-themed cultural program and remarks by the Aravinda Pillalamarri, AID Jeevansathi and well renouned Social Activist.
FREE REFRESHMENTS will be provided at 6-30 pm.
Location: Atrium Hotel and Conference Center, 30 Tri-County Parkway, Cincinnati, OH - 45246
For participation by kids in the fancy dress show, please email manishsharma915@gmail.com

Fund-raising Dinner, Friday, August 15, 8 pm

A thought-provoking small-group discussion with Aravinda Pillalamarri about AID’s acclaimed track record, sustainable development of India and other social issues prevalent in India. The fund-raising dinner supports grassroots development projects in India.

Entry to this event is by registration only. All AID Patrons are requested to make a minimum donation of $30 per dinner.

Interested students are requested to make a minimum donation of $10 per dinner.



Location: Atrium Hotel and Conference Center, 30 Tri-County Parkway, Cincinnati, OH - 45246

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SATF Cincy 2014

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AID (Association for India’s Development) Cincinnati is proud and extremely thankful to receive support from the SATF CIncy (South Asian Theater Festival Cincinnati)

About SATFCincy

For the first time in the history of stage play in Cincinnati, a South Asian Theater Festival is going to take place. The organizing team from Epic Actors’ Workshop and Platform theater have partnered with AID to present this event in Cincinnati on September 14, 2014 from 1:00PM till 8:00PM at the beautiful Anderson Center Theater located at 7850 Five Mile Road, Cincinnati, OH 45040. Portion of the surplus proceeds will be donated to AID to support its cause. By attending this event you can extend your support to AID while enjoying a fun filled day. 5 brilliant plays from New Jersey, Washington DC, Columbus and Cincinnati will be presented along with 2 engaging panel discussions participated by eminent theater personalities. Panelists include Dr. Daryl Harris (NKU), Dr. Sezan Mahmud (Bangladesh), Dr. Dipan Ray (India), Mr. Rahul Varma (Canada), and Dr. Farley Richmond (UGA). In addition presentations will be done by 4 prominent local theater production companies. Cincinnati’s prominent production company Know Theatres have partnered with Platform theatre to make this event a memorable one for all.

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Your attendance at the festival would help AID to advance its causes.

An Evening of Inspiration

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An Evening of Inspiration - June 11 2014, Wednesday, 7pm @ Blue Ash Library, 4911, Cooper Rd., Cincinnati, OH - 45242

DON'T MISS THIS INSPIRATIONAL TALK

This event is hosted by the Association for India's Development (AID) Cincinnati Chapter

Learn more about people who make a real difference in India!

Taste of India 2014

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Taste of India - March 9, Sunday, 2pm - 5pm @ Tangeman University Center (TUC) Great Hall - University of Cincinnati

A FREE ADMISSION event, open to all , with:
* sampling of delicious INDIAN FOOD for FREE
* diverse traditional and contemporary Bollywood cultural performances
* booths such as Henna (Indian tattoo) and handcrafted jewelry and much more!

The 17th annual "Taste of India" happens Sunday, March 9, 2-5pm at the Great Hall, TUC, University of Cincinnati.
Hosted by the Association for India's Development (AID), last year's event attracted more than 1000 people.

Come celebrate India with us! Everyone's invited!

India's Republic Day 2014

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!! Important Update: Venue changed to Lindner 112 !!

Celebrate India's Republic Day with Association for India's Development (AID)

* Free Refreshments * Debate * Patriotic Songs * Quiz *

'Driving India's Development - Politics vs Activism' A provocative debate featuring a diverse panel (high-schoolers, university students and professionals) with audience participation. Moderated by Mr. Mahendra Vora, CEO, VORA Ventures.

What drives India's Development better: Politics from the Inside or Activism from the Outside?


Come join us for an evening of celebration and talks!

Vande Mataram!