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Bengal Heritage Project: An LSU initiative supported by SOAS

Prospective Partners: IIT Kharagpur, British Library, British Council, West Bengal Government, Jute Corporation of India
Vision and Objectives
Our vision is to promote Bengal’s Heritage, Art, Crafts, Festival, Food, and Culture in the UK.

Bengal has one of the richest, most distinctive and vibrant cultures in India, expressed through art, architecture, music, literature, cinema, dance, cuisine, textiles, and festivals. Indian Bengalis are a large and culturally active group in the UK, and this project will create opportunities to showcase and experience these rich and diverse traditions.

BHP Calendar of Events

Events Date Venue
BHP Launch Event
UK Launch of Bengal Heritage Project
Bengali Food Festival
Performance by Bengali Patachitra Artists
11th Feb, 2017 Victoria Hall, Harrow
Rabindra Jayanti
Performances based on Tagore's music and poetry
5th May, 2017 Nehru Centre, London
London Sharad Mela
Promote Bengali textiles such Jamdani, Kantha, Baluchari
Promote Jute handicrafts and textiles
Platform for UK-based artists to showcase their work
2nd Sep, 2017 Victoria Hall, Harrow
London Sharad Utsav
Durga image to be made at Ealing Town Hall and SOAS by master craftsmen from Bengal
Promote Bengali Arts: Patachitra, Shola, Dokra, Stone, Terracotta
Harrow Music Festival
Live performance by Dhakis in London
Promote Festival and Heritage tourism in Bengal
28th Sep to 1st Oct, 2017 SOAS and Ealing Town Hall

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