The Annual General Meeting of the Members of Bango Sangho has been scheduled
on 21st March 2015 at Patel Samaj Hall, 1st Floor from 8:00 PM onwards.
All members are requested to attend.
BANGO SANGHO THRIVES TO CONTINUE IT’S VARIOUS RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITES.
Celebration of Bengalis main festival “DURGA PUJO” is being performed with ultimate devotion and jubilations along with Laxmi Pujo, Kali Pujo and Saraswati Pujo.
Bango Sangho members nurture the philosophy “ we should not forget our Roots” and percolate this to our next generations. Keeping this in mind, our yearly cultural programs include celebration of Bengali new year’s day, Rabindra jayanti, Nazrul sandhya, Pujor Agamoni Adda as well as Bijaya Sammelani. All members actively participate in these cultural programs.
As an integral part of the Indian Diaspora, Bango Sangho takes pride in participating in various events organized by other communities including the Indian Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations which are organized under the auspices of the Indian High Commission.
Bango Sangho does not forget its less than fortunate brethren in Tanzania and the association continuously strives to bring about a change in their lives. Through contributions to various charitable organizations and social service activities, the association humbly tries to give back to society and gain its blessings.
Welcome to Bango Sangho
Bango Sangho is an association of Bengalis of Indian origin residing in Dar es Salaam, the commercial hub of Tanzania, which lies on the east coast of Africa along the vast Indian Ocean.
Formed by a handful of expatriate Bengali families in 1975, it has grown in strength over the years and the total number is in excess of one hundred at present.
Bango Sangho Dar es Salaam has been recognized not only as an association but also as an emotion and a sentiment for all of us and it remains a great alliance, with a great tradition of solidarity and a feeling of togetherness.
Bango Sangho has been celebrating Durga Pujo for the past Thirty Seven years with unparalleled pomp, gaiety and austerity bringing the flavours of real Bengal during the five days of celebration. The association also celebrates Laxmi Pujo, Kali Pujo and Saraswati Pujo with the same enthusiasm.
Bango Sangho continues to mark its journey in Tanzania with significant milestones highlighting achievements in the socio-cultural field. Our Association has always endeavored to propagate our rich cultural heritage to the local people of different communities and we have been successfully able to mark our presence in this field.
Our humble efforts to contribute towards social causes are also being continued for the last 20 years and we are gradually increasing the spectrum according to our financial capabilities.
We welcome you to be a part of our journey.
Browse through our site and hope you enjoy your stay here.
The Bengali's of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania