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Indian Weekender Vol 5 Issue 19

Indian Weekender Vol 5 Issue 19

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Published by Indian Weekender
February 14, 2014
February 14, 2014

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www.iwk.co.nz14 February 2014
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14 February, 2014 Vol. 5 Issue 19 | www.iwk.co.nz
The leading Kiwi Indian fortnightly newspaper
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION
The Pulse of Kiwi Indians
 Auckland Hamilton Palmerston North Hastings Invercargill
 
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Shirdi Saibaba Mandir
Hall of Fame second coming 
T
welve years, more than $4.5 million, and countless hours of toil by members of the Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan of New Zealand came to fruition at 12-18 Princess St on February 6, as the splendor of the mandir was unveiled to all. Four days of rituals, pooja and discourses culminated with cultural programmes and Shej Aarti on Sunday, February 9.Discourses were delivered by Dr Bhanu
Satpathy, prolic writer, philanthropist, and
renowned devote of Shirdi Sai Baba.Sansthan executives told the Indian Weekender they were delighted with the opening of the mandir and the way the community had responded to make the event so successful.The Shirdi Saibaba Centre is also available for hire to members of the community. Kitted with commercial kitchen and dining facilities, the venue is suitable for weddings and any other major functions.
- IWK Bureau
Thousands of people thronged Onehunga, Auckland,
F
ollowing on the grand success of the inaugural Kiwi Indian Hall of fame, the auspicious event is set to grace Auckland again.The second Hall of Fame will be held in Auckland in May with as much grandeur as
the rst event where the recipient of the honour
was local MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi.Event organizers say that, as promised, an independent judging panel has been set up to co-ordinate the event which has left an indelible mark in the hearts of the local community.Prime Minister John Key was chief guest at last year’s function, which was attended by scores of dignitaries and guests totaling more than 200.The Hall of fame is designed to honour members of the local Indian community
who have made signicant achievements in
 New Zealand, and as such have contributed  positively towards the progress of this nation. Nominations will soon be invited from members of the community for who they think should be the next recipient of the annual honour. Watch the next issue of Indian Weekender for full details.
- IWK Bureau
 Last year’s Kiwi Indian Hall of Fame recipient Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi with Prime Minister John Key
 
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NEW ZEALAND
 opens doors after 12 years of toil
 over four days last week as the Shirdi Saibaba Mandir opened its doors to the public.

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