Baton Rouge Bengali Association, Baton Rouge LA, USA
(A non-profit cultural organization registered with the State of Louisiana)
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BRBLA Kali Puja

will broadcast the BRBLA program "The Journey of a Dance"

staged at BRCC Festival 2014
Saturday 5/31 at 5:30 pm
Sunday 6/1 at 5 pm

BRBLA Annual Camping and Picnic held at  12th and 13th April 2014
at Cypremort State Park
ArtFest at the Baton Rouge Community Collegeis a yearly showcase of the arts with exhibitions and performances by prominent and emerging artists in a broad variety of artistic disciplines.

BRBLA partnering with Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge and BRCC, will present  classical Kathak dance   from India by Labonee Mohanta and Flamneco from Spain by 
Leticia Jimenez with James Lawrance on Guitar.  The program "Journey of a Dance� is essentially dance performances, but what may leave thoughts for the audience on a journey that the Gypsies took between the two countries, many years ago! This event is on 31st march 6 pm at the Magnolia H
BRBLA at the International Education Festival at BRCC, Baton Rouge
On Heritage {Workshops, Film Shows, Music}
Friday, Nov. 22, 12 p.m., (Dumas Conference Room)
Discussion Panel on Indian Rituals by guest speakers from BRBLA
Friday, Nov. 22, 8 p.m. (Magnolia Black box Theater)

BRBLA will screen the popular Indian film, English Vinglish, a film which follows the transformation of an Indian woman struggling to learn English and gain self-esteem in a new country.
Friday, Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m. (Magnolia Black box Theater

BRBLA presents Indian classical music with traditional instruments.




POSTED AUG 21, 2013

Dancers perform a traditional routine during the Baton Rouge Bengali Association�s Nite of Indian Cinema, on Aug. 17. The cultural event held at Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center for the Arts, also featured Indian cuisine, film and a celebration of the country�s 100 years of cinema (Credit: Erin Arledge)


BRBLA (Baton Rouge Bengali Association) is a non-profit cultural organization (Established in 2002, registered with the State of Louisiana, USA) of Bengalis and Indians living in Baton Rouge and its greater part in Louisiana. BRBLA strives to bring together everyone as a community through various cultural festivities and celebrations to enjoy, learn and share. We at BRBLA work together with the Louisiana Division of Arts. Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge and many other local cultural organization like Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center of Arts.

BRBLA Nite of Indian Cinema On 17th of August, 2013 BRBLA had organized an afternoon to midnight program BRBLA Nite of Indian Cinema at the Manship Theatre, to be part of the centenary celebrations of the  Indian cinema. We are hopeful  to do this event every year around 15th August, the Independence day of India. We has presented  a panorama of Indian Cinema from Arts films, Documentaries, Advertisement films, Bollywood movies and apart from what films have already created their place; we had screened creations by young talented directors from film Institutes in India. This exciting event was one of its kind,  appreciation of films with a taste of Indian food and live Indian music. We had invited film academia from Louisiana State University, Toluene and Loyola Universities of New Orleans and film enthusiasts from Baton Rouge and greater Louisiana to come, share and enjoy!

 BRBLA past events (please click on the pictures below for details)

Anubhuti SubhajyotiGuhs{layedTablaBRBLA Perfrmance at RBC , TerraCottaWorkshop  
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