Baybasi welcomes everyone to the 10th year of Durga Puja celebration.
Please join us in this worship and festivity. This will be a celebration of life, culture through customs and tradition. Indulge in a cultural, social and artistic expereinces through activities related to Bengal and India's rich cultural heritage.
Enjoy a vibrant Pandal, grand puja and merchandise stores at Event Pavilion.
Enjoy three nights of cultural extravaganze at Redwood Hall.
Enjoy the mouth-watering Indian food at the Central Mall.
Please join us in this grandiose celebration with your family and friends!!
|If paid on or before Sept 30th||If paid after Sept 30th|
|Category||Annual||DP only||SP only||Annual||DP only||SP only|
|Couple with Kids < 5 yr old||$235||$160||$80||$265||$180||$90|
|Kids >= 5 yr and < 18 yr (Each)
(Must be registered with their parents/guardians)
|All other Adult Dependents/Guests (Each)||$145||$100||$50||$160||$110||$55|
Dohar is an Indian folk music band that specializes in the styles of greater Bengal as well as the North Eastern States of the Country. The group was founded in the year 1999 by Late Kalikaprasad Bhattacharjee. The current band members are Rajib, Amit, Mriganavi, Rittwik, Satyajit, Soumya and Niranjan. Dohar was formed to make the unnoticed folk songs flowing for time immemorial reach innumerable people. Dohar's presentation is uniquely original. Their performance amazingly merge the urban feelings with their commitment to the roots; research and entertainment, being inseparably entwined. Bhattacharya formed Dohar, a group of folk musicians, in 1999 to make the unnoticed folk songs flowing for time immemorial reach innumerable people under his creative direction. Dohar's presentation is uniquely original. Their performance amazingly merge the urban feelings with their commitment to the roots; research and entertainment, being inseparably entwined. Dohar has already released nine albums of folk songs. Dohar was impaneled by Indian Council for cultural relations (ICCR).
Rupankar Bagchi, known mononymously Rupankar is the most well known music artist from Kolkata. Rupankar always reminisce that “Music flows in my blood". Growing up, he learnt classical vocal from his father Sj. Ritendra Nath Bagchi and at the same time, Rabindra Sangeet from his mother Smt. Sumitra Bagchi. His first stage performance was at the age of eleven, with his mother besides him marking the beginning of Rupankar's journey. He has sung many famous songs in recent Bengali films like Chalo Let's Go (2008), Baishe Srabon (2011), Aparajita Tumi (2012), Hemlock society (2012), Dutta Vs Dutta (2012), Jaatishwar (2014) and Chotushkone (2014).He was awarded the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "E Tumi Kemon Tumi" from Jaatishwar.
Music comes naturally to him, instruments delight him, lyrics and tunes inspire him as these are only an integral and inseparable part of “Being Him” – “BEING RUPANKAR”.