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We welcome Ambassador Md. Golam Sarwar to Sweden!

We welcome Ambassador Md. Golam Sarwar to Sweden!

Ambassador Md. Golam Sarwar, M.Com from Dhaka University has held a variety of services within the State Department in the Government of Bangladesh. Prior to his appointment as Ambassador to Sweden with responsibility for the Nordic countries, he worked as Head of the South-East Asia Wing of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dhaka.

Ambassador Md.Golam Sarwar has also had various overseas positions for Bangladesh Mission in Yangon, Kuala Lumpur, Kathmandu, Washington and Jeddah.

We welcome Ambassador Md. Golam Sarwar to Sweden!

 

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iDesi is now on Instagram

iDesi is now on Instagram

@idesidotse

A new way for our followers to join the iDesi’s community via instagram…. you will be able to see behind the scenes photos of Indian restaurants, indian shops the buying trips, indian events, great new products and some random pics to put a smile on your face. follow us to check us out! @idesidotse

iDesi is now on Instagram

iDesi is now on Instagram

Wahid

Choreographing a Swedish career move

Three years after opening her dance school in Stockholm, Bangladeshi dancer Wahida Zennath catches up with The Local. Timing was in her favour, as South Asian “Bollywood-style” dance classes are all the rage in Sweden. Swedish based online English newspaper ‘The Local’ published Wahida’s interview on 16 December 2013. Full interview: http://www.thelocal.se/20131216/choreographing-a-graceful-swedish-career-move-jobs-employment-bangladesh-sweden-stockholm

Wahida Zennath Muma – a figure of transitioning culture

It was different summer for her in 2010, glimpse of Stockholm was viewed first time from the window of an airplane. The aircraft touched down the ground safely with her all triumph, dreams, and new vision for her further steps of new dream in Sweden all the away thousands of miles from Bangladesh where the wind of culture was unlike Bangladesh. The dancer, Wahida Zennath Muma, Bangladeshi born, started her dancing career while she was five years of age. It was her mother who was her inspiration to be a dancer and the lure of glittery costumes brought Wahida to dance class in folk & general dances at the age of five in ‘Shishu Academy’, Chittagong, Bangladesh. At the same time she started taking dance lessons on classical dances. This start has taken her to numerous performances and competitions throughout Bangladesh.  Later, she went to India to further her dance studies on ‘Indian Classical Dance’ and ‘Albripu in Bharathanatyan’ from Natya Ramya (The School of Dance), Bangalore, India. Now, she has established herself one of the leading professional dancer in classical, modern, and folk dance forms. She has performed many dance programs on National television and private televisions in Bangladesh. She also revealed herself as a ‘model’ for different companies’ products in Bangladesh.

Recently, Wahida had a Bengali Folk Dance programme where she performed some traditional Bengali dances in front of a Swedish gathering and the dance formed was narrated by the Professor Christina Nygren from Stockholm University.

As an Independent Dance Artist, Wahida has had the pleasure of working with a variety of choreographers and companies, hence, for several years of her professional performances, she placed herself as a trained choreographer. She has successfully choreographed many events and dances in Bangladesh, India and Sweden. An accomplished choreographer and performer, Wahida is known for her creativity. She has conceived and choreographed numbers of full-length folk, classical, modern and Bollywood dance works.

In 1994 (general dance) and 1996 (folk dance), Wahida honored with ‘National Children’s Award’ from Bangladesh Shishu Academy. This is one of the most prestigious award in Bangladesh for the artist, scholars and other fields. She also awarded ‘Ekushey Padak’ from Chittagong division. This award introduced in memory of the martyrs in the Language Movement in Bangladesh which is awarded to individuals in recognition of their substantial contribution in their respective fields in national life. Apart from those awards, Wahida honored numbers of awards, competition under dance categories in Bangladesh and India.

At present, Wahida is working in Sweden as a independent dance performer, choreographer and teacher for classic, modern and folk dances including Bollywood dances. Her dream is to promote Bangladesh and Indian culture into the Swedish society and to establish a institution on different dance forms of Bangladesh in Sweden, that is why, She is spreading Bangladesh folk and traditional dances through her performances in Sweden. She has opened a dance school for Bengali and Indian dances (classical & modern Bengali and Indian dances, Bollywood dances, folk & tribal dances)

Wahida’s Indisk Dansskola
www.indiskdanskola.se
Facebook: www.fb.com/wahidadance

Indiska Restauranger

iDesi har besökt SANJHA CHULLHA en indisk restaurang i Finspång. Vi åkte förbi Finspång och fick syn på denna restaurang. Restaurangens namn representerar den äkta Indiska maten. Efter att ha smakat maten kan vi också tycka det.
Det märks att Indiska restauranger finns inte bara i stor städerna, utan även i andra städer.
I Indien eller Pakistan är det mycket vanligt att man åker med bil eller buss och ser flera Dhabha (Koisk) och stanna för att ta en snabb mål. Idag kan vi säga att även Sverige kan erbjuda en sån resa med flera intervaller och samtidigt nujta av Indiska köket.
Vår resa började tidigt på morgonen och vi åt frukost i Nyköping Restaurant isha sedan fortsatte vi mot Finspång och åt Indisk Lunch i Sanjha Chullha.
På väg hem stannade vi förbi Indra i Nörrköping då var det dags för indisk fika (indisk chai). Väl vid middag var vi framme vid Nyköping i Haweli Khushbo.

Sarah Henna Artist

SARAH is an experienced henna artist based in Stockholm. She strongly believes in constant and regular updating and awareness of all the latest trends that come in to give you continuous variety and choice. She deliver an uncompromising commitment to exceed client expectations in the professional quality henna art services.

KULFI

Kulfi

Kulfi , is a popular frozen dairy dessert from the Indian Subcontinent. It is often described as traditional Indian Subcontinent ice cream, It is popular throughout places such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, , Nepal, Burma (Myanmar), and the Middle East, and widely available in Indian restaurants in Europe, East Asia and North America.

KULFI

KULFI

ReAct!- Actions moving

Todays ReAct! – Actions moving performance clips in Blue line.
Thanks to entertain “On our way home…”!

Wahida

Wahida

A Swedish based Bengali monthly magazine ‘Anushilon’ published an article about Wahida. We, IDesi congratulating Wahida (https://www.facebook.com/wahidadans) for her great contribution to promote Bengali and Indian dances in Sweden and looking forward to see many more performances from her!

Wahida

Wahida

iDesi

iDesi released first promo

iDesi – Find Asian businesses across Sweden and visit there outlets. iDesi is Sweden’s leading Asian Website, where you can find all information about desi events, festival, markets, restaurants, shops etc. Asian in Sweden in one single website. Whether you’re looking for Asian bridal wear, Indian caterers, accountants, DJs and more, you are in the right place! Enjoy finding the service you’re after on iDesi. And if you have a business, register today and reap the benefits of advertising with iDesi now!