Time for DFW area desi youth to show off their talent and shine! The excitement among Dallas Indian youth eager to participate in the biggest DFW area Indian youth talent competition has gone off the charts! Youth entrants are dreaming of receiving a big award on stage, just 3 weeks from now at Sanskriti 2020 at Radha Krishna Temple. Don’t miss this one of a kind golden opportunity to help nurture your children’s talents and give them a chance to be a part of the biggest Dallas Indian youth cultural extravaganza! Advanced registrations will remain open only until January 26th!
If you are looking for the secret to winning prizes at the biggest DFW area Dallas Indian Youth Talent Competition Sanskriti, it will considerably lie in your own child's treasure chest of P's.
Perspective, Preparation, Patience, Perseverance, Practice - If your child may need more of these P's it's ok, Sanskriti is a great way to develop the 5 P's in your child. Register them for Sanskriti today and don't miss out on this invaluable opportunity!
Sanskriti organizers may not be able to guarantee your child a trophy, but they will guarantee that your child will have prized experiences. This is why parents love Sanskriti.
“My son is musically quite talented, but he doesn’t seem to realize it. To be honest, motivating him has always been a challenge until I found Sanskriti. This has given him a great tangible goal and reward to work toward. “, shared Satish Rajaranga.
“Sanskriti showed my kids that being a part of our Indian culture is fun and there are many other kids who are doing it. It teaches them to appreciate their roots and their culture and know that the Indian arts are admired not by just Indians but by the whole world,” shared Manoj Kumar, a parent of 2 high schoolers, from the Frisco area.
Sanskriti helps youth develop their self confidence not just their talents. “My granddaughter had extreme stage fright. She also was just not feeling very confident about her abilities. The first year she competed in Sanskriti it took a bit of effort to get her on stage. She didn’t land in the top 3 but I believe she won something more important. She grew in confidence and the following year she actually won 1st prize,” shared Gayatri Mohan.
Just seeing the kids creative juices flowing and seeing them work on something outside of video games was refreshing. My son’s speech project kept him busy for a few weeks” noted Nitin Desai. “ I wasn’t sure what to expect from his involvement, but the results were more than I ever could imagine. He loved the experience and realized he is naturally a good speaker. The overall improvement in his academics over this past year originated from his involvement in Sanskriti. Now he’s eager to join debate team at school.”
Competing in Sanskriti helps your child grow. Sanskriti has a unique positive impact on each child based on their own stage of development. Whether the child is 18 months old setting foot on stage for the first time for the Fancy Dress Competition, or is a seasoned singer, dancer or musician, Sanskriti encourages growth, stimulates imagination and creativity, and gives youth a sense of belonging to the Dallas Indian community, a community rich in diversity, culture. By showcasing their talent, these youth gain access to as well as contribute in their own way to keeping alive the invaluable richness of India’s history and heritage.
“Getting an award from Sanskriti really means quite a bit”, explained Nalini Joshi, one of the lead coordinators of Sanskriti 2020. “Hundreds of DFW area Indian youth show off their talents and compete in dozens categories. The competition can be quite fierce and the Dallas area is rich in talented desi youth. The judges are professionals and impressive and an award from Sanskriti means these Indian youth are extraordinarily outstanding and their talent is top notch in the entire DFW area.”
All awards will be formally announced and presented at the Awards Dinner on Sunday. A beautiful chance to celebrate all of the hard work!!
Register your child today online at https://radhakrishnatemple.net/events/sanskriti-2020
If you need help with navigating the registration process, you can call the temple office for assistance at 469-795-9130.