Celebrating India’s culture


Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Chefs serve up some authentic food at Grand Mela: A Festival of India Aug. 18 outside the Hindu Temple of Dayton in Beavercreek.


Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.


Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.


A woman concentrates on drawing a Henna tattoo for a festival attendee.


Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone proclaims Aug. 18 as Mela Day.


Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Chefs serve up some authentic food at Grand Mela: A Festival of India Aug. 18 outside the Hindu Temple of Dayton in Beavercreek.

Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

A woman concentrates on drawing a Henna tattoo for a festival attendee.

Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone proclaims Aug. 18 as Mela Day.

Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/09/web1_BeanBag.jpgFestival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Chefs serve up some authentic food at Grand Mela: A Festival of India Aug. 18 outside the Hindu Temple of Dayton in Beavercreek.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/09/web1_Chefs.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Chefs serve up some authentic food at Grand Mela: A Festival of India Aug. 18 outside the Hindu Temple of Dayton in Beavercreek.

Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/09/web1_Frame.jpgFestival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

Festival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/09/web1_GirlEarrings.jpgFestival-goers of all ages enjoyed food, shopping, games, dancing, Bollywood music and more at the fifth annual festival in Beavercreek.

A woman concentrates on drawing a Henna tattoo for a festival attendee.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/09/web1_Henna.jpgA woman concentrates on drawing a Henna tattoo for a festival attendee.

Beavercreek Mayor Bob Stone proclaims Aug. 18 as Mela Day.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/09/web1_Mayor.jpgBeavercreek Mayor Bob Stone proclaims Aug. 18 as Mela Day.