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Columbia’s Raas And Bhangra Dance Teams Bring The Energy…Virtually!

Bwog Senior Staff writer, Hibah Vora, a Barnard ’23 student of South Asian descent with a ton of energy but zero dance experience (besides a few choreographed wedding performances), took on learning a few Raas and Bhangra moves with the Columbia dance teams’ workshops.

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Tamasha Rising Tomorrow Night!

Tamasha Rising is Friday, April 8 (tomorrow!) from 7:15 to 11pm, in Roone Arledge Auditorium. Held every spring by Club Zamana, Tamasha attracts over 1000 undergraduates, graduates, alumni, and parents. This talent showcase is designed to promote South Asian culture and to encourage campus unity. This year’s show will include performances by: Raas Bhangra Dhoom Taal […]

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What I Did Last Tamasha

Behind you! Taking pictures. Club Zamana’s annual showcase of South Asian culture last night was was packed for three solid hours, by a thoroughly entertained audience, gnoshing on yummy samosas. Props to the 60+ performers, and the organizers for a theme that can be reused for the next two years. Photography by Evelyn Warner

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