Wise Sages host New Year Eve’s Party

By Roydon D’Souza
Team Mangalorean, Mangalore

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“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.” – T.S. Eliot

Mangalore, January 1, 2010: Wise Sages hosted the much awaited New Year Eve’s Party – Twilight Moondance Party 2010 at The Cascia Tile Factory on 31st December 2009 at 9:30 P.M.

Rocking music, a chill winter evening, and an ambience by the riverside. If that was not the reason enough to celebrate New Year at the Cascia Tile Factory then there was another one: Twilight Moonlight New Year Party 2010, a joyful evening packed with loads of excitement and fun, the crowd had a rollicking good time while contributing to a noble initiative.

The proceeds of the event will go to St. Ann’s Home For The Aged to support their ongoing project to build new homes for the elderly people.

DJ Chris, DJ Clinton & DJ Shariq set the dance floor on fire by their electrifying rock remixes and foot tapping numbers. The Mangaloreans thoroughly enjoyed on the dance floor in the attendance of the top notch DJs of Mangalore.

Speaking to Mangalorean.com Parikshith Braggs, the Event Convenor said “We are a group of young talented artists who are putting up a program on New Years Eve at Lobo’s river view Cascia tile factory open grounds, it is for a charitable cause, and we solicit your support for this program which will benefit a number of people. The program will include a live band singing all the popular numbers, fire jugglers, tattoo artists, Dj’s, a lot of competitions”

“The proceeds of the event will go to St. Ann’s Home For The Aged to support their ongoing project to build new homes for the elderly people as the present place is small for them, and also for others in need.” says Prewan Savio, Organiser.

“We need your support to build a better living for the elderly who have been forgotten by their own. Your generosity will go a long way in helping us in our endeavor for a worthy cause” he added.

Why the name Twilight Moondance? Once in a blue moon there is one on New Year’s Eve. Revelers ringing in 2010 will be treated to a so-called blue moon. According to popular definition, a blue moon is the second full moon in a month. But don’t expect it to be blue — the name has nothing to do with the color of our closest celestial neighbor. A full moon occurred on Dec. 2. It appeared again on Thursday in time for the New Year’s countdown.

The Countdown begins…

The New Year 2010 was welcomed with pomp in the attendence of aerial fireworks and high voltage music. This was a moment that one must not miss- people were thanking the almighty for the wonderful year 2009 that left its imprints in times’ sand and in the hearts of many and some started greeting their loved ones and family members; Moondance Twilight Party 2010 at The Cascia Tile Factory was a huge success.

Speaking to Mangalorean.com one of the participant said “Welcoming the New Year can be an exciting time, filled with high anticipation and expectations for the months to come. Whether you slide into a New Year easily or go kicking and screaming, you’ll get some good advice for your life and your home”.

New Year’s Eve is one of the busiest nights of the year, with large crowds . Planning ahead is key to a enjoyable and successful night out. It is all about fun and celebration and we all want to have a great time.

Mangalore is one of the best places to be on New Year’s Eve, with pubs and restaurants, bars and clubs open well into the night rights across the city. Most pubs and clubs are ticketed, offering music, food and later opening hours whilst theatres, night clubs and other venues often features special guest to welcome in the New Year.

There are also countless house parties all across the city and many people choose to bring in the New Year at home, with family and friends.

However, not all people throughout the globe celebrate the year 2010. Jews are set to greet the year 5771, Chinese – 4708, Hindu – 2067 and Muslims – 1432

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