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Experience joyful festival of India
Experience the culture of India
Join milking contest
Fun for kids
Experience cultural journey to India
Be part of Anandamela
Taste Indian food
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15670 NE 85th St, Redmond, WA 98052


+1 425 200 4273

Attractions - ananda mela 2017

Attractions - Ganges es Exhibit

Attractions - Vedic Village

Attractions - Ratha Yatra

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Decorate your own cup cake

The cupcake came about in the United States in the 19th century, and it was progressive as a result of the time it spared in the kitchen. There was a move from weighing out fixings when preparing to allotting fixings. First and foremost, cupcakes were at times called "number" cakes, because they were easy to recollect by the estimations of fixings it took to make them: one cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three cups of flour, four eggs, one cup of milk, and one spoonful of soda.

Get your face painted

Body painting and face painting are being practiced in Indian culture since ancient times. Face painting is a ritual in Indian villages in their religious festivities, dance and drama. Face painting is very much a part of Indian folk culture and tribal art even today. People are often seen getting their faces painted in different styles during temple festivals and religious events in India. Face painting is also an intrinsic part of the rich dance and drama culture of Indian life.

Learn to make Indian Rotis

Roti also known as Chapati or Fulka, is Indian flat bread made with whole wheat flour. In North India, roti is part of the main meal. Roti is served with a variety of cooked vegetables, lentils, and yogurt.


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Ananda Mela is the largest festival in the Northwest showcasing the diversity of incredible India. It is a FREE outdoor festival held at the Redmond City Hall campus, drawing around 20,000 attendees over a glorious summer weekend.