Maheshwari Convention to be held in Santa Clara

Ritu Maheshwari
India Post News Service
FREMONT, CA: Maheshwari Mahasabha of North America (MMNA) will hold its ninth International Maheshwari Rajasthani Convention (IMRC San Francisco 2018) in Santa Clara, California, USA from June 30 to July 3.

The convention will be hosted at Marriott, Santa Clara and is expected to attract 800 attendees. IMRC is a platform to honor and preserve Rajasthani culture as well as a forum to foster relationships within the community.

The theme for IMRC 2018 is Rangilo Rajasthan, Suneharo San Francisco, Anokho IMRC – a promise of a memorable IMRC experience by recreating colorful Rajasthan in the heart of vibrant Silicon Valley. The weekend will be filled with opportunities to explore the culture through performances, delicious cuisine, intellectually stimulating workshops, prominent and inspiring keynote addresses, networking events, and break-out sessions for all ages. IMRC 2018 volunteers are working hard to make it a grand success.

The event will be inaugurated by prominent and inspiring guests of honor from the USA and India. Distinguished guests include Padma Bhushan Vedji Nanda; Ms. Lisa Gillmor (Mayor of Santa Clara); K. Venkata Ramana (Indian Consulate General’s Office – San Francisco) along with eminent business leaders Mrs Snehal Mantri, Suresh Deopura, Pratik Gattani and Vasant Rathi.

MMNA is a successful non-profit organization with many accomplished members who place much emphasis on charitable outreach and societal betterment. The mission of MMNA is to create a spirit of cohesiveness and camaraderie among all sharing the bond of a common ancestry around the globe. MMNA promotes togetherness and social welfare through its ten chapters across North America. MMNA’s ongoing initiatives for Women empowerment (Sakhi), Youth (RAYS) and Seniors (RASS) play a key role in the IMRC.
Maheshwaris, predominantly known as Marwaris, are a business community with roots in the state of Rajasthan in India. With great command in business intelligence and merchandising skills, they are said to play an important role in the economic and monetary growth of the country. They are followers of Lord Shiva or Mahesh who they inherit as the community name from and primarily speak Marwari or Rajasthani.

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