Busan’s Haeundae Beach is set to get an early splash of color this month as thousands of revelers descend on the city in celebration of the Indian festival of Holi organised by Indians in Korea community. The Holi celebrations at Haeundae have been running for six years, with a varied crowd of about 2,500 participants last year. Holi is a traditional Indian festival marking the end of winter and is celebrated by throwing colored powders and dyes on each other.
Indians in Korea (IIK) group has been set up at the beginning of the year 2011 with the following objective-
1. Help Indians to make life easy in Korea by providing useful information at one place.
2. Strive to create a positive image for India through transformational thinking and creative contribution.
3. Recognize achievements of India & Indian community and their impact on Korean society and economy.
4. Provide an outlet for spreading group & personal creative expressions and experiences.
5. Promote ideas to create a sense of mutual openness and trust between Koreans and Indians.
6. Create a platform for NRIs awareness by sharing how NRIs in other country are organizing ideas to help transform India. Motivating NRI to invest emotionally in India.
7. Raise common and reoccurring social, professional and other related problems and issues of group members and help to solve them.
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