Dedicated to showcasing Indian culture, the members of Indian non-profit diaspora organisation Indian Confluence (InCo) are currently busy preparing for their biggest event of the year - Indian Food Festival 2018.
Belgium’s much-awaited Indian Food Festival is taking place in Brussels on July 28-29 this year. Over 13,000 people have shown their interest in the event on InCo's Facebook page so far.
The fourth edition of the festival, in collaboration with the Embassy of India in Belgium and the DY Patil International School, Antwerp, will feature food from the North, South, East and West of India.
Held in the iconic Cinquantenaire park in the heart of Brussels' European district, the two-day event also offers a plethora of Indian art, workshops and cultural entertainment.
The previous edition of the festival in 2017 drew thousands to experience the food, culture and heritage of India. The money raised at the festival went toward a project that aims to improve living conditions in rural India and focused on education, sanitation, nutrition and other basic needs.
More details on the Indian Food Festival 2018 can be found here.
The video highlights what InCo is all about and the kinds of events they organise. If you're in and around Belgium, reach out to the group to be a part of the action.