TORONTO, August 13, 2012 – Younge & Dundas Square was overflowing this weekend as Conservative Senator Asha Seth and Indian Dignitaries welcomed thousands of excited Torontonians to the Panorama India Day Festival. The celebration, commemorating India’s 65th independence day, included choreographers, patriotic songs, Bollywood Beats by “Panorama India” Idols, and much more.

“The Panorama India Day Festival is one of Toronto’s most vibrant events, and one of my favorites […] Canada and India are working together in education, clean energy, communications technology and infrastructure” said Senator Seth.

Hosted with the support of the Consulate General of India, Toronto, The Panorama India Day festival helps to promote Indo-Canadian culture and heritage. Panorama India was founded in 1999 and provides a platform for all Indian cultural organizations and individuals to exhibit and showcase their arts and culture while fostering a better relationship between India and Canada.

Senator Seth has partnered with community leaders to strengthen Canada-India relations and reach out to multicultural communities all summer long.

For more information, please contact:

Raul R. Romero
Senator Asha Seth’s Office (613) 797-1176