Indian Cultural Garden at 2016 Kid's Day
August 7, 2016
The India Cultural Garden was one of 4 Gardens featured on the first annual Kid's Day in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. Kids (of all ages) learned about India and Indian language, culture, history, geography and more. They heard stories about Mahatma Gandhi and learned some basic yoga and Bollywood dance moves.
Posing in front of the Mahatma Gandhi statue
Ray Gehanni explained the meaning of Namaste and spoke about Mahatma Gandhi at the first annual Cleveland Cultural Gardens Kids Festival in the India Cultural Garden.
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He then told the story of how Gandhi walked to the ocean to protest the tax on salt and how one man could 'rock the world' with non-violence.
Dr. Gehanni also told the story of how a mother asked Gandhi to tell her son to stop eating sweets.
Ray Gehanni in front of statue of Mahatma Gandhi
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