So yesterday you visited together with my video at the Chinese street festival, which took place last weekend.
I was impressed by the cordiality of the organizers and the organization of the festival.
An extraordinary interest to the festival brought a huge number of people to the festival. There were residents of the whole city. And I am sure that they all tried a little Chinese food.
I was impressed by the excellent organization of the festival. I put 5+ from the 5 to Chinese street festival.
And what amazed me?
Among the restaurants, was with vegetarian food, which was distributed completely free of charge.
Two days of the festival, without interruptions. And all two days there was a crowd of people. This is a very well thought out marketing.
Thoughtful preparation gave a large number of visitors. A great organization.
Well, now I will tell and show the festival, where I worked by the invitation.
It was an Indian festival in the eastern part of the city.
The Indian festival has been considered for several years the largest festival of the city. Traditionally it is located on Gerrard Street East in the eastern part of Toronto, where the majority of the population is Indians.
I got a shift from 4 to 8pm, under the closing of the festival.
I was on duty near the pavilion, where Indian rarities of loy photographs and selfies were exhibited.
The whole festival was filled with families from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and other neighboring countries.
This wildlife of the motley crowd combined with the smell of delicious food in restaurants, music on stage and exposed clothing stores, gave a color to the event.
Hindus are very temperamental people. And I understand, even though their dancing and slow, but synchronously do so hands like a wake-up organizer of the festival, Taseem and a famous dancer from India, posing for me for a photo-I can not do,sorry.
The organizers tried to think through all the details.
The price of food was reduced in restaurants, the price of selling costumes and clothes from India was reduced. There was a lot of entertainment for children, there was a lot of music,, on-live,,which is great.
I saw the dances and they captured me.
In general, Indian culture is very old, and drawn to it me…..
I would be able to dance Indian people, because I do yoga, but where is my youth?
The street was full of children laughter, the spoke of different people and music.
Special attention was attracted by a car-taxi.
This is a small car-bike made for carrying people. It is open from both sides, as it is hot in India. But there is a roof, since there are tropical rains.
It is not high-speed, it is designed to carry two or three people.
But in India it is chased among the crowds of people. There is such a crazy speed by this small car.
So this absolutely orginal version was brought from India and supplied for review and photographs with it.
Very much everyone wanted to touch and sit in it.
A little such a smart car.
People on the stage were replaced by one field of another. The scene did not rest.
It is felt that the Hindus are very artistic people.
A lot of young people spoke out. It pleases. The young adhered to traditions and develops modern music.
I could not resist and I also danced.
I was supported by unknown men.
-Let’s take a picture- suggested one of them
-Is it coming fine?? “I asked
I succumbed and put my little face in the hole …. well, that’s what happened
hahaha … like a two woman on bike, a woman is lucky … and even a famous actress from India. It’s cool!
Already darkened when among the props I found a white hat.
The guys gathered costumes, I stopped them and put a white cap on my head.
– How are you? I asked them
-Fine…but what is if this hat for a boy?
-No…no, nothing -I said
-And what is it if this hat for the wedding ceremony ?
-Oh, well, it’s a too small for me (hat fell from me) ,for my head. At the same age, that 10-11 years of age, the boy marries?What age the boy and why, if on my hat does not fix and falls,too small….
-Ah,you not understand in the Hindu traditions?
And I went to get acquainted with the Hindu traditions…..
For example, take this usual umbrella….
It is for festivities and holidays in India.
But how nice to make selfi with?
Twist it down, then quickly pick up, like on video.
This movement gives the paint and the effect for the photo.
Next year I’m with you again !!!
P.S.Of course you will not look into the future…..
Hahaha…. maybe I’ll be so crazy and crazy…. from meditations such that Canadian, who plays on drums