Tag: Phagwah

Covid may change Phagwah celebrations, but does not lessen its significance

Covid may change Phagwah celebrations, but does not lessen its significance

Godfrey Broomes Godfrey Broomes- March 28, 2021

- Minister McCoy Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Public Affairs, Hon. Kwame McCoy says ... Read More

Phagwah 2019

Phagwah 2019

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 22, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Friday, March 22, 2019 Phagwah has, for years, been a testament to the unity that lies at the ... Read More

Colours galore!

Colours galore!

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 21, 2019

― as Reg. 2 hosts grand public Phagwah Mela - many more to come ― all religious and national holidays ... Read More

Phagwah transcends political differences – Min. Greenidge.

Phagwah transcends political differences – Min. Greenidge.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 21, 2019

─ “I am confident that inspired by the values of this festival, Guyana will be able to overcome its differences ... Read More

Events such as Phagwah celebrates our rich multi-culturalism – Min. Greenidge 

Events such as Phagwah celebrates our rich multi-culturalism – Min. Greenidge 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 17, 2019

─ “Our multi-culturalism is not just a national asset but often an unheralded achievement” DPI, Guyana, Sunday, March 17, 2019 ... Read More

‘All Guyanese should embrace the values of Phagwah’  -President Granger at ICC Phagwah celebrations

‘All Guyanese should embrace the values of Phagwah’ -President Granger at ICC Phagwah celebrations

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 3, 2018

Georgetown, Guyana – (March 3, 2018) President David Granger, yesterday, called on the nation to embrace the values and practice the ... Read More

Explosion of colours as Guyanese observe Phagwah

Explosion of colours as Guyanese observe Phagwah

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 2, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Friday, March 02, 2018 Guyana’s melting pot of the six races was unified as many celebrated Phagwah - ... Read More

‘Holi’ is for all! – Pandit Aditya Persaud

‘Holi’ is for all! – Pandit Aditya Persaud

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 1, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Thursday, March 1, 2018 Holi fun and celebrations begin in the morning after the burning of the Holika ... Read More

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