Bihar Jharkhand Sabha of Australia and New Zealand celebrated Hartalika Teej in Auckland (New Zealand) Married ladies belonging to the Bihar Jharkhand Sabha of Australia and New Zealand maintained their culture and tradition by celebrating Hartalika Teej in Auckland on Monday the 2nd of September. A number of Bihari families assembled at the Papatoetoe residence of Rani and Amit Singh where the women, attiredRead more about Haritalika Teej in Auckland[…]
What a terrific effort? No one knew how many families were living in Wellington. Congratulations Wellington Chapter and organisers. Keep it up. You may wish to see more photographs at our FaceBook page.
A chapter was created in the history of New Zealand when non-residents from the Indian state of Bihar and Jharkhand congregated and launched a formal community body ‘Bihar Jharkhand Sabha of Australia and New Zealand’ at Sangam Indian Restaurant Kumeu, Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday 13 May 2017. The meeting was convened by prominent peopleRead more about BJSM AGM in Auckland[…]
VIC Chapter BJSM was started in Melbourne in 1994. Please click on this slide to view our success story. ACT Chapter Members in Canberra successfully organised a cultural prgramme to raise funds for the victims of flood in Bihar. NSW Chapter At the moment, BJSM Sydney is the most active group and they were ableRead more about Our Chapters[…]
Pahunch Gailee Australia Bhaiyaa…..
Pahunch gailee australia bhaiyaa,
Ek din leke Jhola,
Kaa jaanat rahlee yeh des mey,
Kavan jhamela hola.
Pahunch Gailee australia Bhaiyaa,
Des ke chhod ke dooor,
Sochanee aaiy ke hiya pe hum bhi,
Ho jaaib mashoor.
This is to sincerely thank you for your active participation in the BHAJAN SANDHYA program on 13 September 2008 organised in aid of the recent Bihar flood victims. While the voluntarily formed, fairly new Bihar Jharkhand Sabha Australia Canberra Chapter took the leadership in organising the event, the entire community supported it overwhelmingly and we would like to sincerely thank all of you for your support and encouragement. Considering that we are all amateurs in the task of organising events, it was a huge success and the caring side of the entire Canberra Indian community was on display on the day.
Total collection up to 15 September 2008 for the purpose was over $5,500.00 in cash and sponsorships, which has been provided to the Indian High Commission …..to be forwarded to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. People from all the major states of Australia have also contributed generously towards this cause. We do hope our small effort will be of some assistance to the thousand’s of people who are suffering due to the floods.