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Tamana Winter Carnival 2013

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The British High Commissioner, His Excellency Sir James Bevan and Lady Bevan hosted ‘Tamana Winter Carnival 2013’ at their residence, 2, Rajaji Marg, New Delhi. The association between Britain and Tamana is very old. The first branch of Tamana- Tamana Special School was inaugurated by the Late Lady Diana the Princess of Wales and the foundation stone was laid down by the then High Commissioner of Britain, Sir David Goodall. This is the eighth consecutive year that the carnival in being held at the High Commissioner’s residence. The British High Commission has time and again provided support for different project of Tamana.

The carnival was inaugurated by the High’s Commissioner’s wife-Lady Bevan, Shahnaz Hussain, Pradeep Bahari (Regional Manager Rolls Royce), Dr. Shayama Chona (President Tamana). The students of Tamana, Tamana Kindergarten and Tamana Chona (founder’s daughter) had put up scintillating dance and song performances at the inaugural ceremony.

This year’s Carnival saw Tamana students creating magic with their hands, be it the beautifully designed envelopes, key chains, decorative, cards, etc or deliciously cooked bakery products or pickles. The carnival saw participation of over 150 vendors and NGOs exhibiting and selling Haute Couture, Jewellery, Home Décor Accessories and home furnishings, Christmas Gifts, Studio Pottery and other high end products. The food court had participation from renowned restaurants of Delhi.

The guests at the Carnival included: Golfer Neelam Pratap Rudy, Designers- Pawan Sachdeva, Rajdeep Ranawat,Anuradha Raman,Artist Sunayana Malhotra, Stylist Kavita Ghai, Socialites : Sonali Punj, Promila Bahari , Devi Cherian, Afsana Cherian.


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