Please join us in celebrating Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, within the sacred space of the Princeton University Chapel on Saturday, November 13 at 7:30pm.
All are welcome and admission is FREE. For more information, contact email@example.com.
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SUPPORTING DIWALI AT THE CHAPEL
What is Diwali at the Chapel?
Diwali at the Chapel is Princeton University’s celebration of Diwali, one of the most sacred holidays within Hinduism and one of the most beloved festivals showcasing Indian culture. The celebration is hosted by the University’s Office of Religious Life through its Hindu Life Program, and co-sponsored by the Princeton Hindu Satsangam, PU’s student group dedicated to Hindu awareness. It is held in the University Chapel, the heart of Princeton’s spiritual life. Now in its third year, the celebration is on its way to becoming a Princeton tradition.
Who is the celebration for?
Everyone! Students, faculty, staff, members of the Indian community, members of the broader Princeton community, friends, and family—the doors are open to one and all. Diwali at the Chapel is open to everyone, regardless of one’s background or religious affiliation. While it is a chance for the Hindu community to celebrate one of its most cherished festivals, it is also a wonderful opportunity for Hindus to share their faith and culture with friends and neighbors.
How do I get involved?
An event like Diwali at the Chapel is a labor of love and a team effort. We work hard to ensure that this celebration is open to all and remains a free event. But we can't do it without your support. There are a number of ways that you can help support this initiative, and we welcome your help and involvement. If you are interested in making a financial contribution to support this event, donating services, supplies, or advertising, or helping in any other way, please contact Vineet Chander, Coordinator for Hindu Life here. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Princeton University Chapel: http://www.princeton.edu/religiouslife/chapel/
Gaura Vani: http://www.gauravani.com/
The Mayapuris: http://www.mayapuris.com/
Bala Devi Chandrashekar: http://www.princeton.edu/fieldscenter/about/people/fellows/visiting/
Princeton Chapel Choir: http://www.princetonchapelchoir.com/