The Indian National Cultural Center SITA in collaboration with Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Center (JNCC) would like to invite you to celebrate the 14th year of Holi Mela festival in Moscow! Holi festival is a fest of joy & the time where we express our happiness though colors.

This year, the organizing committee plans to hold a celebration of HOLI on a grand scale. It is expected that this wonderful event, as all our previous festivals, attract many spectators and guests of wide range. The main objective of the event is to gather together local Russians, expats & members of the Indian community in Russia on the occasion of our traditional holiday, to develop relationships and friendship and give each the opportunity to relax in a home environment.

At the festival, there will be Holi color play with Live Indian music for you, your friends and family to enjoy. So, get ready to leave even more colorful.
(Organic and safe colors will be available for purchase at the venue)

The festival will have a grand Indian Dance competition which will consists of several nominations: Indian traditional, semi classical and Bollywood dancing on and of course there will be an Indian Bazaar & food where you can buy Indian food, traditional Indian goods, jewelry, spices, Indian clothing, handicrafts goods, sweets and so much more!

Free entrance: Indian Cultural program, Indian Bazaar & Food
Paid entry: Holi Color play – 150 rubles with 2 free colors, extra color packs 100 rubles.


  1. Indian Bazaar & Indian Food:
  2. Culture Program:
    • Solo & Duet Dance Competition
    • Group Dance Competition
  3. Holi color play:
    • Dress code: Any, but keep in mind that your clothing may become significantly brighter.

(Timing of program coming soon)
Address: Kuusinena 19 A | Date: 19th April 2020

For more Information & to take part at this event bazaar / Indian dance competition please contact:

Email –
English / Hindi – Dasha Kotwani: +7 (925) 483-06-49
Russian – Maria : +7 (926) 151-11-07
Dance competition – Tatiyana Nazarova : +7 (916) 315-71-21

We look forward seeing you there!

With Regards
Sammy Kotwani
President of The Indian National Cultural Center SITA