Highlights of Last Year’s Arts and Cultural Ganesh Festival
Arts and Cultural Ganesh Festival of SA-2016 was one of its kinds of festival ever celebrated in Australia in different ways.
- The 11.3 ft Ganesh idol (Australia Ċha Raja), which was displayed for public exhibition for its admiration and respect; was the largest Ganesh Idol ever crossed over Indian boundaries. The 14 ft massive splendid decoration was one more point of attraction for the visitors.
- The festival was studded by more than 7 hrs of multicultural performances over two days, from international and local talents including well-known art groups and school children across South Australia.
- Local community witnessed the vastness and richness of other cultures, their art forms through various performances like Italian, African, Greek, Fiji, Cambodian, Chinese, Aboriginal, and off course Indian.
- The festival was conducted in a harmonious environment with utmost zeal and enthusiasm by more than 6000 visitors over two days not only from SA but also from inter-state without a single untoward incident or any inconvenience to visitors or neighbourhood.
- The festival could have been possible due to dedicated army of more than 200 volunteers from sports community, senior citizens’ group, ladies from different communities, college students and youngsters.