Women's Gathering Women love to gather, discuss and decide the skill development projects for themselves
Teej Celebration Taking a pose for a group picture after a celebration is what the women love most during Teej
Cultural Dance These little girls have begun to learn the charm of Nepali songs and dances
HS Graduates holding the certificate of recognition from BCS BCS issued the certificate of recognition to all the youths in syracuse who completed the HS degree.
Participating in a cultural event These young women are ever ready to rock the floor; songs and dances are always a part of every festivals.
World Refugee Day Celebration 2012 Culturally, Bhutanese-Nepalis are always eager to present themselves in the service of others regardless of whether they will be benefitted from it. In the WRD celebration 2011, hundreds of people were preparing and serving to the non-Bhutanese people different Nepali food items.
Bhutanese-Nepali women at ESL Classes Whether it is at the learning center or anywhere, Bhutanese-Nepalese women seem sharing the unique cultural aspects to the youngsters. They are having fun at the ESL center while playing Balan, a typical Nepali dance performed on special occasions.
A typical Hindu Marriage A bride cladded in typical Nepali Dress, red Sari and a tika-rice with curd in a fore head; also seen here is her groom with Nepali maalaa and dhaka topi
ESL participants ESL participants seem relaxed after learning almost 100 civic questions from their teachers. However, they are always eager to learn more, and never give up until they learn what they are supposed to.
A graduation day These young high school graduates had a long journey-the one that started in Bhutan, later in the refugee camp in Nepal and eventually in the USA. However, there is still a long way to go.
Older folks at ESL Class There is no age level for education. These old folks need to learn at least some civic questions-a path to the citizenship.
Learning English The path is difficult but not impossible. The more is learnt, better it would be. The goal is to learn and write in English.
Need of more English Many of the Bhutanese-Nepalis never had a formal education. Some even do know how to write one's name. These English classes would certainly help them at least learn basics-name, date of birth, address and contact phone numbers.
Religious performance Hindu priests perform religious activities on different occasions. Hindu culture is very reach in different rites and rituals. From the birth until death, Hindus perform different religious practices.
Rishi Panchami Women perform a group Snan (Holy Bath) on the occasion of Rishi Panchami. The women participate in Snan to show respect and gratitude to the deeds of those ancient Rishis who devoted their lives for the cause of society. Women believe that Snan will wash away their mistakes and ill performances.
A group Puja it is typical for different women to gather together and perform group puja for the well being of themselves, their husbands and other relatives. Priests read holy books and chant mantras for the betterment of women.
A Puja continues Bhutanese-Nepali women are very religious minded. They fast often and devote themselves to the service of gods and goddesses.
Offering prayers It is a cultural practice. Offering prayers to Gods and Goddesses is believed to protect people at difficult times.
Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS) Inc., will be holding a general meeting of the community members on Saturday in order to form a new team of the organization. During the meeting, the community members will hear from the potential candidates and elect the chairperson of BCS. The chairperson will later form a new Board of […]
Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc., has announced the details of its annual day celebrations for the third week of March 2017. BCS has been observing the annual day in March every year coinciding with the month of the arrival of the first family in Syracuse in March 2008. It has been customary to mark […]
Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc., and American Red Cross Society will be jointly organizing the blood Donation Camp on Friday, October 07, 2016 from 2pm to 7pm. According to Bikash Regmi, the coordinator of the event, the blood donation camp has been organized for the first time within the Bhutanese-Nepalese community in Syracuse and […]
Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc. has announced the details of the Teej celebrations 2016. According to the Women and Children department of BCS, the celebrations will take place on September 3rd from 11am. The celebration will be similar to the last year with dances and songs from different people from within the community. “We […]
Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc. has invited all community members for a general meeting in the first week of June 2016. The mass meeting targeted to all Bhutanese-Nepalese residing in Syracuse will be conducted in two dates. The first meeting will be held on June 04 from 5pm onwards. The meeting has been expected […]
Bhutanese Community in Syracuse (BCS), Inc will be hosting an event entitled “Let’s Get Together” and screen the movie “Rato Ghar” on April 10 (Sunday) from noon until 0400pm at Franklin Elementary School. The community members will get a chance to meet and greet Suraj Subba Nalbo, a noted Nepali film maker as well. In […]
A recent meeting of the Board of Directors of Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS) Inc., has announced the details of its annual day celebrations scheduled for Saturday, March 26 from noon until 0230pm at Franklin Elementary school-428 S Alvord St. Syracuse, NY 13208. According to the statement issued by the BCS Board, the event will […]
Bhutanese Community in Syracuse (BCS), inc., has announced the details of Vijaya Dashami celebrations 2015. According to the recent board meeting, the Durga Puja celebrations will be conducted on 10/20/2015 and 10/21/2015 at BCS center. The Puja and Prabachan will begin at 9am until around 8pm. Durga Puja will be coordinated by priest Indra Sharma […]
Bhutanese Community in Syracuse (BCS), Inc. has decided to hold an election of a new Board of Directors and Executive Body that will carry out future activities of BCS after dissolution of the present Board and Executive Body by October 31, 2015. According to the statement issued by the Board, the election will be held […]
The women group of Bhutanese Community in Syracuse (BCS), Inc., has announced details of Hari Taalika Teej 2072 celebrations for September 12, 2015. Santi Gautam, who will be coordinating the event informed that a committee has been formed to execute the celebrations. Teej celebration committee will design the program, reach out to people to extend […]