New York: As part of the 11th Interfaith Holiday Celebration, the South Asian Community Outreach (SACO) – a not-for-profit organization brought together South Asians under one roof in New Jersey.
SACO organized a grand ceremony in honor of the guests in a local hall, which was also graced by US officials with their presence.
The 11th Interfaith Holiday Celebration of South Asia Community Outreach started with the National Anthem of the United States of America.
After which SACO President Nilesh Dasondi and Chairman Sam Khan welcomed the guests and thanked the attendees for making the event a success.
They said that the New York Police Department’s (NYPD’s) Muslim Officers Society (MOS) paid a detailed visit to Pakistan and helped the flood victims. The local people not only appreciated this great humanitarian gesture but a short documentary film based on their tour of duty was also shown.
Guests were invited on stage to raise their hands to light the candle of unity
People belonging to different religions offered prayers according to their religious beliefs.
SACCO also conferred awards upon those who have rendered services to South Asian communities and other issues.
South Asian Community Outreach’s Interfaith Holiday Celebration also featured South Asian music. The singers danced and the expert dancers gave a great performance.
A sumptuous dinner was also given to the guests by SACO. South Asian Community Outreach has been bringing communities together every year for 11 years to convey the message that development depends on unity.