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Nanaskar Education marks fifth anniversary

The South Auckland based Nanaskar Education Phulwari Childcare Centre will mark its fifth anniversary on April 19.

The Centre is stated to be the first of its type in New Zealand run by an Indian Charity, which tends to children of all communities.

“It would be day for the Family filled with fun and cultural activities. There will be performances by Childcare Children, face painting, magic show, bouncy castle and other amusements. The programme is open to men, women and children of all ethnicities,” Spokesperson Ravneet Sandhu said.

The Nanaksar Trust was established in 1989 as a religious charity and built the landmark Sikh Temple on Great South Road in Manurewa.

In line with the needs of the growing community, the Trust works to fulfil the needs of the community, in coordination with Government Departments, the City Council, community organisations, schools and other charities.

The event will have the divine presence of Spiritual Leader and Nanaskar Trust Global Chairman Sant Baba Amar Singh, who was here for the 21st anniversary of the Trust Centre in 2010.

During his visit to the Centre on October 17, 2010, Prime Minister John Key had said that New Zealand is a truly multicultural society with various communities actively promoting the country’s progress and prosperity (Indian Newslink, November 1, 2010)

“We must celebrate our cultural diversity and continue to respect each other. Our multicultural approach is significant in a fast-changing world. There could be issues and problems in an evolving society but we have mature communities in New Zealand with people living and working together for the common good. We can overcome all hurdles and concentrate on making positive progress,” he said.

Mr Amar Singh had honoured Mr Key with ‘Shiropa,’ a ‘Robe of Honour’ and a picture of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Founder of the Sikh Religion.

Further information can be obtained from Ravneet Sandhu on (09) 2693546 or 021-11313209

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