Indian Culture Show to Be Held at Baylor March 28

March 24, 1998

The Indian Subcontinent Student Association at Baylor University will hold its third annual culture show at 7 p.m. Saturday in Waco Hall. The show, titled "Gateway to India," will feature traditional dances, Indian songs, skits and special cultural presentations.

More than 50 Indian students at Baylor will participate in the performances and in organizing the event. Professional Indian dancers and out-of-town guests will perform with Baylor students who have choreographed Indian dance routines.

"The show is a good way for people to experience what Indian culture is like," said Shirin Sewani, co-chair for the event and a San Antonio sophomore. "It's a less formal setting than a lecture, so it really gives people a great opportunity to be entertained while learning at the same time."

The event is open to the public and tickets are available at the ticket office of the Bill Daniel Student Center for $5. For more information, contact the culture show co-chairs, Sewani at

710-2254 or Saba Butt at 757-1031.

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