Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

By Monish Ghosh and Asha Bajaj /IBNS | @indiablooms | 21 Aug 2018

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  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

  • Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

    Toronto's downtown turned into a celebration square on Sunday (Aug 19, 2018) for India's 72nd Independence Day as Panorama India, with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, hosted the 19th India Day Grand Parade at Nathan Phillips Square. Bollywood actor Jimmy Sheirgill marshalled the 20-float parade that began at the square before moving down Dundas and Yonge Street, and back along Queen. Dinesh Bhatia, Consul General of India in Toronto, inaugurated the festival.

Toronto's India Day Parade pays tribute to Indian multiculturalism

By Monish Ghosh and Asha Bajaj /IBNS
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