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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21760.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21760

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Transcript F %WL £ he Indian Students Association kicked off their festival of India in celebration of its diverse culture. The inauguration and a showing of an Indian Film began the festivities in the Cougar Den as ISA presented a documentary discussing an open forum for conversation concerning issues in India. A few curious passerbys enjoyed the unique art of Indian painting, called Manendi drawing. A guest speaker, who 9 Overall about 300 students offically registered and were on hand at the events. * munity members attended the energetic show. The program was filled with singing and dancing and also displayed Indian classical music and a traditional to modern fashion show. Dr. Farookh Mistree, a professor of engineering at UH spoke on the topic of India's past, present and future and how it ties in with the students' going to school here. Outstanding participants and volunteers were also rec- spoke on an Indian topic of interest ognized at the banquet. to many Indian politics and history fans, It concluded with an Indian dance demonstration and a yoga demonstration. Both were major hits to those interested in those fields, and a A unique aspect of the Festival of India is that many different schools attended the week long festival. Overall, about 300 students offi- cally registered and were on hand at the events, and many anxious spec- few curious passerbys stopped to tators got a few glimpses of the cul glimpse at the unusual forms of art. ture of India.-Kalpana Bhakta More than 1,000 UH students, faculty and staff along with Indian corn- ISA OFFICERS Amanda Vavilala, Radha Pathak, Sandhya Sanehani, Kalpana BhaKta, (not pictured Sini Rajan) Houstonian Photo. *7 /he Festival of India volunteers were treated to a banquet in the Houston Room complete with all the trimmings. Houstonian Photo. AmIi alpana Bhakta and other members of the Indian Student Association make last minute preparations for the Festival of Indian. Photo by Hugh Tom Chin. 226 Organizations GROUP This is the best Basant-Bahar we've been involved with. The audience was great and there was a tremendous diversity of items in the show. Sunil Thakkar INDIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Amanda Vavilala, Sandhya Sanghani, Kalpana Bhakta, Radha Pathad, Sini Rajan, Priti Mehta, Hema, Rupal Patel, Anita Sinha, Tanima Malhotra, Vaishali Mewar, Punita Handa, Ami Shah, Sonal Sanghani, Vicki Dulai, Preeti Gandhi, Rani D-Dulai, Amy Oberoi, Ann Mathews, PanKaj Patel, Melvin Abraham, Vipul Gupta, Dharmendra Shah, Aashish Malhotra, Saia Pappan, Santosh, Shiou Pappan, Rakesh Patel, Srihari Makkala, Vivek Thoppay, Raghuram Narumancni, Divyesh Das, Kevin Shah, Andrew De La Garza, Laiju Abraham, Kumar Venkatesan, Anil Mistry, Sundar Pro A. Sunil Thakkar, Nawaaz Ratansi.Houstonian Photo. I think this year ISA has been the most active in providing numerous social and cultural programs on campus. Sandhya Sanghani ISA is a unique organization whose objective is to bring its members closer. Kalpana Bhakta 227