Chairman Vasudev Tumbe of the Indian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ICCK) hosted India's one of the most important cultural events "ICCK Diwali Ball 2018" in Seoul in the evening of Nov. 9 (Friday), 2018.
The delightful and colorful "black-tie" dinner event drew hundreds of both local Korean and foreign guests including Indian nationals.
Diwali, or the Indian Festival of Lights, is a joyous festival celebrating the triumph of good over evil for the Hindi people in the world. The Hindi folks welcome peace and prosperity by illuminating their homes with traditional Diya lamps.
The autumnal Hindu festival of Diwali is one of the India's biggest festivals. Diwali means rows of lighted lamps. During this festival, people light up their houses and shops with a Diya, a small cup-shaped oil lamp, and the Lord Ganesha worshipped for good welfare and prosperity.
From Seoul's diplomatic circle came a number of foreign diplomats including Indian Ambassador to South Korea Sripriya Ranganathan, Australian Ambassador to South Korea James Choi, and New Zealand Ambassador to South Korea Phillip Turner.
Among other high-profile participants were B.A Kishore Kumar, country manager of Air India in Korea; Gen. Manager Luke Kang of Royal Enfield Korea; and Mr. Kevin Skeoch, head of school of Dwight School Seoul; Madam Grace Zimmerman, president of Parents Association of Dwight School Seoul; Madam Shim Jae-Sook of the Labor Ministry; and Dr. Lee Kyu-Yeop, CEO & president of KDS Asset Management Co.
"As usual, an Indian dance troupe from Bollywood flew in Seoul from India to entertain us," ICCK Chairman Vasudev Tumbe said. "It was a perfect moment to feel the Spirit of India"
He added that all the participants were able to enjoy delicious Indian cuisine, lively entertainment, to win attractive raffle prizes, and dance through the night.
"Also it was a great networking opportunity since we have 'WHO'S-WHO' guests from the government, diplomatic and corporate world," he said. "Everyone was able to enjoy this memorable and fun evening"
A series of hot and colorful Indian dances were staged by a number of professional dancers brought directly from India. All the audiences were captivated by the fantastic and energetic dances.
Abundant and expensive gifts were distributed to the lucky participants through the lucky draws and auctions during the event.
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