Indian's 'Mahamela' took place in London, Have a look at the pictures
Indian's 'Mahamela' took place in London, Have a look at the pictures

On Sunday, Indians organized 'Mahamela' in London's Gunnersbury Park. London Mayor Sadiq Khan also attended the fair. It was the eleventh London Mela, one of the capital's largest cultural celebrations, offering its now customary collage of classical and contemporary music and dance, family fun and food with their roots in South Asia.

First of all, the fair was organized in 2003, more than 60 thousand people joined. It was the largest fair in London. After that, it started to be held every year. 

The BBC Asian Network was a prominent partner. Former England cricket captain Nasser Hussain will be a star guest. Last year's event attracted an estimated 80,000 people.

There are thousands of Britishers also involved with the Indians in the fair. There are also ice cubes, sugarcane juice, and water balls, to give the Indian look perfectly to the fair. 

That is, every color of the fair that is held in India was visible here. 

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