FIA — Chicago commemorates Indian Heritage Night

During the pregame, the Chicago Dance Varsity Group, directed by Puja Joshi, demonstrated Indian dance traditions. The Dancing Divas & Little Angels group's Pregame Dance performance on Bollywood Instrumental, followed by the freestyle Bollywood Dance, won everyone's heart

FIA — Chicago commemorates Indian Heritage Night
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The Federation of Indian Associations (FIA), an Indian American community organization in Chicago celebrated Indian Heritage Night at the NOW Arena (previously Sears Center) for the fifth year in a row, where the Windy City Bulls — the official NBA G League affiliates of the Chicago Bulls — faced College Park Skyhawks.

The Indian Heritage Night celebrations began with the chairman & founder president of FIA Sunil Shah, along with his wife Rita Shah, president Hitesh Gandhi, and founder & former president Onkar Singh Sangha, executive vice president Vinita Gulabani, general secretary Richa Chand, and cultural secretary Pika Munshi, representing team FIA and all Indian diaspora, proudly standing on the court holding the Indian tricolor. Nitya Nair sang the American national anthem immediately after it.