Bathukamma 2010 in USA – United States Bathukamma Celebrations

Bathukamma is the biggest cultural festival in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. In many cities of United States of America also, Bathumma panduga is celebrated with lot of gusto by Telugu communities and Telangana organizations. Traditionally, Bathukamma festival 2010 starts on October 7th and ends on October 15th with Saddula Bathukamma in Andhra Pradesh, India. But in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and other countries, people celebrate as per their convenience. Here is the list of Bathukamma celebrations schedule in Atlanta, Bay Area, San Antonio, Dallas, Detroit of USA:

  • Atlanta Bathukamma 2010 – on October 9th 11 am onwards at The Hindu Temple of Atlanta, 5851 GA Hwy 85, Riverdale, GA 30274, USA. This event is supported by Hindu Temple of Atlanta, Telugu Association of Metro Atlanta (TAMA). Contact for more details – Ratnakar @ 678 – 417 – 1735.
  • Bay Area Bathukamma, California – October 16th 2010. 11 am to 6 pm at Lake Elizabeth Park, 40000 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, California – 94538, USA.
  • Austin Bathukamma – on 16th October 2010, from 4.30 to 7.30 pm at Austin Hindu Temple and Community Center, 9801 Decker Lake Road, Austin, Texas – 78724, USA. $11 for sankalpam, Ganesh puja and archana, $21 for flower sponsorship towards temple bathukamma. For more details contact – 512 – 927 – 0000.
  • San Antonio, Texas – 4 to 6 pm on 2nd October 2010 @ McAllister Park, Al Becken Pavillion 1, 13102 Jones-Maltsberger, San Antonio, Texas – 78232, USA
  • Dallas Bathukamma 2010: 4.30 pm to 11 pm at Amphi Theater, Plano, Texas, USA.
  • Detroit Bathukamma 2010: 16th October 2010 5 pm onwards at Farmington Family YMCA, 28100 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334, USA. For more details Phone: 248 – 553 – 4020.

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  1. Jyostna says:

    i love to celebrate bathukamma, but it changing year by year… we should think best way to celebrate bathukamma as olden days

  2. Rani says:

    we should protect local culture, by celebrating local festival like bathukamma…