This carnival is open to all the children in the Auckland. Attendees will be comprised of children in all age groups from below fives upto youth.
What will be some of the highlights of this children’s carnival?
• Art stations
• Interactive games station
• Live storytelling
• Food station
• Indian henna tattoos
• Face painting
• Bouncy castle
• Culture showcase
• Surprise performances
• Yoga for children for children, youth and parents
About the children’s carnival
Diversity is an asset to any community only if it is familiarized. Auckland being a multicultural city, Chinmaya Mission celebrates authentic Indian culture, traditions and health initiatives in a contemporary way for children of all communities by organising a children’s carnival 2019.
After the huge success of the art festival based on the theme of ‘Love our planet’ in 2018, Chinmaya Mission is bringing back the carnival on 18th August 2019. This mega family event which goes beyond boundaries, aims to showcase culture and customs through a variety of interactive games, live entertainment, vegetarian food stalls and free yoga sessions to the Auckland community. Attendees could also enjoy beautiful storytelling, Indian henna tattoos and face painting.
Who are the organisers?
Chinmaya Mission New Zealand, a registered charitable trust will be organising this carnival. Chinmaya Mission New Zealand is a part of the Chinmaya Mission, a global non-profit organization with over 320 branches spanning 25 countries. Its mission is to share the vision of oneness for growth and happiness, enabling individuals to become positive contributors to society. The Chinmaya Mission is involved in numerous charitable activities across the world that benefit hundreds of thousands of people through its many local organisations, schools, colleges, old age homes, hospitals and rural development. Our motto is “To give maximum happiness to the maximum number for the maximum time”.