BJSM NSW Activities
- Welcome and help new members in Sydney
- Bring people together through various cultural and social events
- Help members network and assist with jobs information
- Help members settle down
- Promote Indian culture
- BJSM NSW presents a family picnic on 21st July 2019. Join us for a fun filled outing @ Parramatta Park, Sydney NSW 2150. RSVP required in BJSM(Official) whatsup group.
- BJSM NSW presents a sparkling Diwali 2019 on 19th October. Bring your family for a musical and flavorful evening. Come and meet other BJSM members and celebrate this wonderful evening. Venue and RSVP details will be published soon. Watch this space for more information.
- Fund Raising for identified local and overseas cause
- Promote other social organisation
The name Bihar is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word, Vihara (Devanagari: विहार), meaning “abode”. The region roughly encompassing the present state was dotted with Buddhist vihara, the abodes of Buddhist monks in the ancient and medieval periods.
Madhubani painting/Mithila originated from Madhubani district of Mithila region of Bihar, and , it is popularly called Mithila painting or Madhubani painting. This painting as a form of wall art was practiced widely throughout the region; the more recent development of painting on paper and canvas mainly originated among the villages around Madhubani, and it is these latter developments led to the name Madhubani art being used alongside the name “Mithila Painting.
Tilkut (Til Burfi) – This is made of sesame seed and is available only in winters. A thick hard base of sugar of the size of a tennis ball is rolled in copious amount of sesame seed and then hammered to roll out in round shape. The more the seed, the softer, better and amorphous it is.