Shreya Ghoshal – Live in concert Guyana

Shreya Ghoshal – Live in concert Guyana

Shreya Ghoshal – Live in concert Guyana 2012
Shreya Ghoshal Live in Concert – Georgetown, Guyana. October 14th 2012.

THE Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha brings another epic show to the Guyana National Stadium on October 14, as part of a month of activities to celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights.

Georgetown, Guyana
Contact: Guyana Hindu Dharmic
Sabha: 592-227-xxx

Gates Open at 4:30pm
Showtime 6:30pm SHARP

Tickets cost:
-VVIP (all inclusive) $20,000
-VIP (reserved seating) $5,000
-General Seating $2,500

Tickets and car passes available at:
Dharmic Kendra (Prashad Nagar)
Red Mango (Robb Street)
Bhagwan’s (Water Street)
E-Networks (Camp Street)
Harrinarine and Sons- (Regent Street)
Ashmins
Murti shop-(West Coast Demerara)
Spready’s – (Berbice)
M & M’s Snackette- (EBD)
R.Gossai and Sons- (EBD)

Shreya Ghoshal – Live in concert Guyana
THE Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha brings another epic show to the Guyana National Stadium on October 14, as part of a month of activities to celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights.

* Please note VVIP tickets are ONLY available at the Kendra. For VVIP tickets please call ***.


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Guyana, officially the Co‑operative Republic of Guyana, is a country on the northern mainland of South America and the capital city is Georgetown. Guyana is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north, Brazil to the south and southwest, Venezuela to the west, and Suriname to the east. With 215,000 square kilometres (83,000 sq mi), Guyana is the third-smallest sovereign state by area in mainland South America after Uruguay and Suriname; it is also the second-least populous sovereign state in South America after Suriname.

The region known as “the Guianas” consists of the large shield landmass north of the Amazon River and east of the Orinoco River known as the “land of many waters”. There are nine indigenous tribes residing in Guyana: the Wai Wai, Macushi, Patamona, Lokono, Kalina, Wapishana, Pemon, Akawaio and Warao. Historically dominated by the Lokono and Kalina tribes, Guyana was colonised by the Dutch before coming under British control in the late 18th century. It was governed as British Guiana, with a mostly plantation-style economy until the 1950s. It gained independence in 1966, and officially became a republic within the Commonwealth of Nations in 1970. The legacy of British rule is reflected in the country’s political administration and diverse population, which includes Indian, African, Amerindian, Chinese, Portuguese, other European, and various multiracial groups. In 2017, 41% of the population of Guyana lived below the poverty line.

Guyana is the only South American nation in which English is the official language. The majority of the population, however, speak Guyanese Creole, an English-based creole language, as a first language. Guyana is part of the Anglophone Caribbean. It is part of the mainland Caribbean region maintaining strong cultural, historical, and political ties with other Caribbean countries as well as headquarters for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). In 2008, the country joined the Union of South American Nations as a founding member.

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