Don’t Miss These Nine Best Houston Indian events in September 2017

The Indian American Community in Houston is in for an exciting month of religious and cultural events in September 2017. The list of events for Indians in Houston in September 2017 includes a Durga puja, a Diwali bazaar, a stand-up comedy show, a dandiya night and a couple of music concerts. We have made a selection of nine best Indian events in Houston in September 2017 below:

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Houston Sharodotsav

In September 2017, Indian Americans in Houston will be able to attend Sharodotsav, the biggest Durga Puja in the western hemisphere at Houston Durga Bari Temple organized by Houston Durga Bari Society. The four-day Durga Puja 2017 in Houston, TX will begin on 28 September 2017. Among the Indian events in Houston in September 2017 the Houston Durga Bari Temple Durga Puja will feature high-class singers like Haimanti Shukla, Aritro & Diya and Sourendro-Soumyojit.

ISKCON Kirtan Fest

ISKCON of Houston is inviting participants for their inaugural Kirtan Fest. Indian Americans in Houston will experience a soulful fest with rejuvenating kirtans throughout the day from 2 to 4 September 2017 at the ISKCON temple in Houston, TX. The fest will be a combination of kirtans, bhajans and seminars with special guests like Sanyasis, travelling preachers and other artists. The fest promises to be the best among the Indian events in Houston in September 2017 offering attendees a holistic spiritual experience.

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Ramleela in Houston

Kusum Sharma’s Shri Natraj School of Dance & Kalakriti Performing Arts will showcase Ramleela for the Indians in Houston on 24 September 2017. Ramleela is a dramatic re-enactment of the life and journey of Shri Rama and is traditionally performed as part of Navratri festivities. The play is certainly one of the most awaited events among all the Indian events in Houston in September 2017. Patrons can attend the show at VPSS Haveli in Houston, TX.

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Falguni Pathak Dandiya & Raas Garba

Indians in Houston can participate in Navratri festivities at Falguni Pathak Dandiya & Raas Garba in September 2017. Falguni Pathak is a renowned Bollywood singer with many chartbuster singles. She is known as the Dandiya Queen by her admirers for her rocking Dandiya events. For every dance lover, the Falguni Pathak Raas Garba is the best place to be among all the Indian events in Houston in September 2017. The event is presented by Dhoom Production and will be held on 9 September 2017 at GRB Convention Center in Houston, TX.

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Diwali Bazaar 2017

With the festive season fast approaching, Indians in Houston will be able to do all their shopping in September 2017 at the Houston’s biggest Diwali Bazaar organized by A & M Design Studio. The Bazaar will feature stores with a variety of products ranging from Ethnic Clothing, Stunning Jewelry, Diwali Gifts, Arts, Handicrafts and much more.Among the Indian events in Houston in September 2017,the Bazaar with it’s diverse product options covering Diwali, Dussehra, Navratri and wedding necessities is a must attend for all Indian American shoppers. The Bazaar will be held on 17 September at Stafford Center in Stafford, TX.

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Shreya Ghoshal Live Concert

Shreya Ghoshal has won the hearts of millions with her soulful playback singing in over 13 Indian languages. Shreya Ghoshal will serenade the Indians in Houston with her captivating music on 1 September 2017 at Smart Financial Center in Sugar Land, TX. The Live Concert will be most memorable among all the Indian events in Houston in September 2017 as Shreya Ghoshal’s vocals will be accompanied by a Symphony.

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Taarala Sandadi: Telugu Entertainment Event

In September 2017 the Houston Telugu Cultural Association presents Taarala Sandadi, a Telugu Entertainment Event. Indian American community in Houston is in for a fun filled day with juggling acts, live music, dance and sumptuous food at Taarala Sandadi. With performances from Anjana Sowmya, Rohith, Yazin Nizar, Aksha and the like, the event is shaping up to be the most enjoyable among all the Indian events in Houston in September 2017. The event will be held on 4 September 2017 at Arabia Shrine Center in Houston, TX.

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Amit Tandon Live

Indian Americans in Houston, get ready to laugh until you cry with Amit Tandon’s comedy show in September 2017. Seats are filling fast so hurry up and be treated to the comic genius of Amit Tandon. The stand-up show is undoubtedly the funniest event among all the Indian events in Houston in September 2017. The Comedy show is presented by ATICC Inc. and will be held on 22 September 2017 at Old Stanford Civic Center in Stanford, TX.

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Hindustani-Carnatic Concert

In September 2017, the Indo – American Association Houston and Bharatiya Kalai Maniram jointly present the Hindustani – Carnatic Concert to Indian Americans in Houston.  Hindustani and Carnatic with their distinct but complementary styles can be synchronized to create heavenly music. Among all the Indian events in Houston in September 2017, the Concert offers the best auditory stimulus. The Concert will feature Ronu Majumdar (Hidustani, Bansuri), Rajhesh Vaidhya (Carnatic, Veena), Vinod Venkataraman (Mridangam), Harshad Ketkar (Tabla), Ravi Balasubramanian (Ghatam) and Srinivasan Govindraj (Moorsing). The Concert will be held on 17 September at The Wortham Center in Houston, Texas.

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