Bhutanese in Adelaide celebrated Teej with festivities amidst a cultural event organised by Bhutanese Australian Association of South Australia (BAASA).
Over 300 Bhutanese, mostly females attended the function held at Salisbury Primary School.
“Beyond a shadow of a doubt Teej Event 2014 was the best one yet. From the beautiful dances, songs and Hamro vesh-bhusa show to the delicious menu it was obvious to all attendees that every member of organising team, volunteers and participants put great time and effort into making “Teej 2014” a big success,” Kamal Dahal, BAASA chairperson said after the event.
“BAASA wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you for the wonderful performance, participation and effort that you put into making the event a success and appreciates all of the work that you have done. This event could not have been a success without the help of organising committee, participants, volunteers and community members who donated their time”.
The Teej event is annual function hosted by BAASA every year this season with males members preparing dishes and providing free of cost.