INDIA DAY 2020
The India Day celebrations at Farmleigh is second to none. Irish-Indian communities in Ireland will commemorate India’s independence with spectacular India Day celebration on Sunday, August 16, 2020.
India Day in Ireland started in 2015 to commemorate the Indian Independence and Irish-Indian friendship. It has since grown into the largest Irish-Indian celebration in Ireland. The India Day provides an opportunity at one place to experience Indian culture, heritage, music, art, craft and meditation along with Indian & continental Cuisine with exciting entertainment.
The costumes, arts, crafts, cuisine and diverse culture of India will be displayed in beautiful Farmleigh estate by hundreds of performers and communities. India Day helps to build pride in the country’s rich cultural heritage besides familiarising the indigenous communities about the traditions and culture of different regions of India.
Please come and enjoy a family fun day in the beautiful Farmleigh gardens with colourful Indian folk, classical & Bollywood dances. Food, Fashion, Music and markets featuring Indian Ethnic Dresses and Jewellery will be the highlights at the India Day-2020 in Ireland.
India Day celebration supported by the Indian Embassy in Ireland, OPW, Dublin City Council and Bank of Ireland.
Grateful for the Support
We have received outstanding support in establishing India Day from Mr Seán Ó Fearghaíl the Ceann Comhairle (Speaker of Irish Parliament), An Taoiseach Mr Leo Varadkar and former Taoiseach Mr Enda Kenny, Former Tánaiste's Ms Frances Fitzgerald and Ms Joan Burton, Minister of Satate for External Affairs, Gen. Vijay Kumar Singh and Ambassadors of India in Ireland Mrs Radhika Lokesh Mrs Vijay Thakur Singh and Mr Sandeep Kumar. Leader of Labour Party Mr Brendan Howlin and Ireland-India Parliamentary Friendship Group among many dignitaries and celebrities, came forward to celebrate freedom and Irish-Indian friendship at India Day.