SASA unites the cultures of over a billion and a half people from various South Asian countries through celebration, education, action and service. Everyone has a unique way of engaging with his or her culture. Thus, SASA strives to offer something for every person to be able to engage with South Asian culture in a unique way – through festivals, political discussions, service and other cultural activities.


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Diwali-Eid Banquet 2013

Diwali-Eid 2013It’s the South Asian Holiday Season, and we all know what that means — amazing food, decor, and SASA’s annual Diwali-Eid Banquet!

Join us THIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th at 7 PM in the Fields Center for a night of music, food, performances and fun! Picture Perfect will have a booth to capture the splendor so come decked out in your colorful traditional garb if you have it, but for those of you who don’t, worry not because we’ll have plenty you can borrow!

Tickets can be bought for $5 at Frist, and will also be sold at the door. Space is limited and fills up quickly, so be sure to grab your tickets in advance to guarantee a spot!

Since one of the core elements of both Diwali and Eid is giving, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Guria, an organization partnered with Princeton Bridge Year that fights sex trafficking in India’s redlight districts. Please support us in our efforts by bringing some spare cash!

Happy Diwali and Eid Mubarak… we can’t wait to see you on Friday!

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